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Sam Wylie

Associate Professor Sam Wylie is Principal Fellow of the Melbourne Business School.

His research and consulting is focused on the investment management and hedge fund industries, especially performance measurement and incentives.

In 2005 Dr Wylie’s work was published in the University of Chicago’s Journal of Business.

He was an Assistant Professor at the Tuck School of Business from 1997-2004. The Tuck School, is one of the world’s leading business schools, being ranked #1 in world by the Wall Street Journal in 2006. Dr Wylie’s courses at Tuck were regularly rated among the best at a school renowned for teaching excellence.

Dr Wylie obtained his PhD from the London Business School. He also has a Master of Economics degree from the Australian National University and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the University of Western Australia.

From 1986-1992 he was an Intelligence Officer with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation. Dr Wylie is married and has three young children.

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Sam D. Hayes

Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Policy and Law, Trinity College
Sam Hayes is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Trinity College in the departments of Political Science and Public Policy and Law for the 2023-2024 academic year. He completed undergraduate degrees in political science and journalism at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and earned his PhD in political science at Boston College. During and following graduate school, Sam also taught at Wheaton College and Colby College, with classes on law, politics, voting rights and political geography. These courses used small class sizes and interactive methods to combine philosophic inquiry with practical applications. Sam studies American government and public law with research on the U.S. federal courts, electoral institutions, state and local politics, and political geography. Sam enjoys hiking, cycling, and spending time with family and friends, especially his wife Deidre and their daughter Lucy.

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Samantha Bennett

Professor of Music, Australian National University
I am Professor of Music and Associate Dean Higher Degree Research at the Australian National University, Chair of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, and Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. I am the author, co-author, and co-editor of six books including: Gear: Cultures of Audio and Music Technologies (The MIT Press, 2024, co-authored with A/Prof Eliot Bates); Secrets and Revelation in Music and Audio Technology Cultures (Cambridge University Press, 2024); Modern Records, Maverick Methods (Bloomsbury Academic, 2018); Siouxsie and the Banshees' Peepshow (Bloomsbury Academic, 2018); Critical Approaches to the Production of Music and Sound (co-edited with A/Prof Eliot Bates, Bloomsbury Academic, 2017); and, Popular Music, Stars and Stardom (co-edited with Dr Stephen Loy and Dr Julie Rickwood, ANU Press, 2018).

https://anu-au.academia.edu/SamanthaBennett

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Samantha Burns

Ph.D. Student, Developmental Psychology and Education, University of Toronto
Ph.D. student focusing on access to and quality of early childhood education and care settings in Canada. Moreover, how these experiences shape the development of young children.

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Samantha Colling

Senior Lecturer in Film and Media, Manchester Metropolitan University
Samantha Colling is a Senior Lecturer in Film and Media and has been teaching in the field for more than ten years.

She completed her PhD, which explored the relationships between film, pleasure, and affect, at The Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design, her Masters in Screen Studies at the University of Manchester, and her BA (Hons) Drama at the University of Hull.

Samantha’s monograph The Aesthetic Pleasures of Girl Teen Film (2017) explores new ways of thinking about pleasure and fun in relation to film, with a particular focus on millennial girl teen films and the kinds of affects that they are designed to create. She has a forthcoming chapter ‘Feeling Like a Teenage Lesbian: the sex scenes in The Miseducation of Cameron Post (2018) and Make Up (2019)’ in Screening Sex: The Sex Scene – Representation, Performance, Aesthetics and is currently working on a project titled Sex in Reality Television: 2000-2020.

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Samantha Dodson

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia
I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Montalbano Centre for Responsible Leadership Development in the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia and will be joining the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary as an assistant professor in the Fall of 2024. She received her PhD from the University of Utah. My research broadly focuses on how employees’ cognitions and emotions affect their interpersonal outcomes, with an emphasis on understanding the causes, consequences, and alleviation of women’s distress in organizations. I have published in major outlets in the management and psychology fields, including the Journal of Organizational Behavior and Organization Science.

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Samantha Fazekas

Teaching Fellow in Political Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin
Samantha Fazekas is a Teaching Fellow in Political Philosophy at Trinity College Dublin. She has taught at the Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany; Dublin City University; and Trinity College Dublin.

Her research areas are in political and moral philosophy, Kantian and post-Kantian philosophy. Samantha also enjoys teaching ancient philosophy and environmental ethics.

Samantha completed her Ph.D. at Trinity College Dublin in 2023. Her Ph.D. thesis justifies Hannah Arendt's appropriation of Immanuel Kant's aesthetic judgment as a model for political judgment. She is currently preparing it for publication.

Samantha received her M.A. in philosophy from Boston College in 2017; and her B.A. in philosophy from Loyola University Maryland in 2015.

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Samantha Grover

Senior Lecturer, Environmental Soil Science, RMIT University
Soil scientist, connector, creator; seeking sustainable solutions to social ecological challenges by combining technical innovation with deep stakeholder engagement.

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Samantha Happé

Graduate researcher in art history and material culture studies, The University of Melbourne
Samantha Happé (she/her) is a graduate researcher and sessional tutor at the University of Melbourne, and a research officer at the Australian National University.

Samantha’s current research project studies the role of the gift in negotiating diplomatic relationships between France and non-European nations during the reign of Louis XIV. Her doctoral thesis examines the diplomatic gifts and material culture surrounding the Persian embassy to Versailles in 1715.

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Samantha Holmes

Research Associate at the Centre for Applied Human Rights, University of York
Samantha joined the Centre for Applied Human Rights (CAHR) in September 2023 as the Generating Respect Hub Coordinator and Research Associate. The Hub focuses on enhancing norms compliance in armed conflict through innovative socio-legal research. She is also a Researcher for the Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict – a network that strives to end rights violations against children in war zones.

Samantha completed her LLM in International Human Rights Law and Practice at the University of York in 2023 and she also holds an LLB from Queen Mary University of London. Prior to joining CAHR, Samantha conducted human rights practice for organisations in Southeast Asia. She was the Asia Advocacy and Communications Officer for ARTICLE 19 (2021 - 2022) and a Legal Consultant for the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (2019 - 2021). Samantha also provides consulting services to local and international non-governmental organisations on the human rights situation in Cambodia, specialising in advocacy through engagement with UN mechanisms.

Samantha was awarded the CAHR Scholarship 2022/23 and during her studies was a recipient of the Sam Pegram Human Rights Placement Award for commitment to reflexive human rights practice and centering the voices of those involved. Her completed research projects include qualitative and quantitative legal research into fundamental freedoms compliance in Cambodia, group research into the realisation of disabled people’s rights and the prevention of terrorism in York, and independent research into strategic lawsuits against public participation and lawfare in Cambodia. She has also been published in The Diplomat and the Southeast Asia Globe.

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Samantha Marsh

Senior Research Fellow in Public Health, University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau
Samantha is a senior research fellow in the Department of General Practice and Primary Care and has been a faculty member within the School of Population Health since 2016. Samantha's research focusses primarily on the health and well-being of children and adolescents, including topics around sleep, social media use, play, and immunisation.

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Samantha Monk

PhD Student, Department of Kinesiology, University of Windsor
Samantha Monk received her MHK in Applied Human Performance from the University of Windsor in 2020. Currently, she is a PhD Student in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Windsor, working within the Community Health, Environment, and Wellness (CHEW) Lab. Her research interests lie in supporting the health and wellness of fellow Canadians by investigating environmental influences on health outcomes through multidisciplinary, community-based research, with an emphasis on problematic social media use among youth. Her current research is focused on lifestyle outcomes of social media influencers, and career guidance for high school students who desire a career in social media influencing.

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Samantha Montague

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, University of Birmingham
Dr Samantha Montague is a research fellow in the Birmingham Platelet Group at the Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences. She is supported by the British Heart Foundation.

Dr Montague’s background is in exploring platelet activation and function in thromboinflammation. Her current research is investigating platelet activation and signalling of tyrosine kinase receptors, including the platelet receptor FcgRIIA.

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Samantha Mynhardt

Molecular biologist, Stellenbosch University
I am a molecular biologist, and my research interests lie broadly in vertebrate evolution, diversification and conservation. I am interested in the way in which species evolve and diversify over time and over geographical landscapes. I am an avid conservationist, and find fulfilment in generating information that can assist in the conservation of threatened species. My current research focuses on developing and advancing environmental DNA (eDNA) research, as an emerging approach to studying cryptic or endangered species, and as a broadly applicable approach to biodiversity assessment and biomonitoring. I am a highly inquisitive and enthusiastic person, and am driven to pursue novel ideas and innovative approaches to answering questions and solving problems. I believe that my eDNA research is at the forefront of conservation genetics research in South Africa, and has the potential to revolutionise conservation science and practice.

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Samantha Punch

Professor of Sociology, University of Stirling
My PhD was an ethnographic study of rural childhoods in Bolivia. I carried out research in Childhood Studies for 20 years and in 2013 I switched to researching the sociology of bridge, the card game. With a team of researchers and several projects relating to the sociology of mindsport, we have set up ‘Bridge: A MindSport for All’. This work is contributing to the development of a new academic field, Mindsport Studies, which sits between sport studies and leisure studies.

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Samantha Reeve

Course Chair and Lecturer, Bachelor of Dermal Sciences, Victoria University
Samantha Reeve is the course chair and lecturer for the Bachelor of Dermal Sciences at Victoria University.

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Samantha Schulz

Senior Lecturer, University of Adelaide
Dr Samantha Schulz is a senior sociologist of education at The University of Adelaide with expertise in race critical theorising, First Nations Education, culturally responsive schooling, gender equity, and decoloniality.

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Samantha Tipper

Senior lecturer in Forensic Anthropology, Anglia Ruskin University
Dr Samantha Tipper is a biological and forensic anthropologist with over 15 years of experience working in both the commercial and academic sectors in human osteology, paleopathology, forensic anthropology, and forensic science in both the UK and USA. Samantha has collaborated on projects involving skeletal remains dating from the Bronze Age to Medieval period in Britain as well as skeletal remains from Sudan. She continues to collaborate on both archaeological and forensic cases and is a forensic anthropologist team member at Blake Emergency services. Samantha is also currently an associate fellow in the History and Heritage department at the University of Lincoln, chair of the University of Lincoln Archaeology group and treasurer for the Norton Disney Archaeology Group.

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Samantha Vigil

Ph.D. Candidate in Communication, University of California, Davis
Samantha L. Vigil is a PhD student in the Department of Communication at the University of California, Davis. Samantha studies childhood and adolescent media usage as it relates to human development, with a specific interest in examining and informing public policy in this area.

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Samantha Vlcek

Lecturer in inclusive education, RMIT University
Dr Samantha Vlcek is an academic in Inclusive Education. She has been employed across a range of research and teaching positions, within primary schools and the tertiary sector. Sam’s research and teaching interests focus on investigating relationships between key stakeholders in the education of students with diverse needs, and developing innovative strategies for improving collaborative partnerships between teams. Through a systems approach lens, Sam’s research examines education systems to understand dependent, independent, and interdependent variables influencing the experiences, perspectives, and priorities of internal and external stakeholders at each level of the education system.

Sam's research has explored funding models for students with diagnosed and imputed disability, the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD), the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), as well as teacher decision-making for use of evidence-based practices to support students' opportunities and outcomes. Her research focuses on equitable practices for all students, with a specific emphasis on the rights of students with disability and students facing forms of educational disadvantage, such as students living in out of home care arrangements and students from diverse cultural backgrounds. Sam's expertise expands into gifted and talented education and the roles and responsibilities of teachers and school leaders for developing, implementing, and reviewing appropriate educational adjustments to ensure equitable access, participation, and opportunity for every student.

Sam is a member of the Consortium of Inclusive Teacher Education and Development (CITED) network of international inclusive education academics, practitioners, and advocates. She is proud to promote the rights for all students in Australia and abroad to receive equitable educational experiences and outcomes.

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Samantha Ward

Lecturer Zoo Animal Biology, Nottingham Trent University

Dr Ward's research interests are linked to human-animal interactions and animal husbandry and management techniques to investigate impacts and improve captive welfare and reintroduction of species.

Previous work has investigated the impacts of stockmanship on the behaviour and welfare of zoo species and the impacts on behaviour, welfare and production of different management techniques during lambing on a commercial sheep farm.

Trustee of The Sumatran Tiger Trust an international charity working to protect the Sumatran Tiger and its habitat.

Secretary of the South Lakes Red Squirrel Group working to preserve the UK red squirrel population and encourage local support and populations of the red squirrel in the south lakes area.

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Samantha Withnell

PhD Candidate, Clinical Psychology, Western University
I am a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Western University, supervised by Dr. Lindsay Bodell. My research is focused on the long term influence of body weight perceptions and attempt to change weight on the development and maintenance of eating disorders.

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Samantha Ellen Andres

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University
I am work as an applied ecologist investigating the dynamics and drivers of change across ecological communities.

My research explores the life histories, environmental requirements, and processes threatening species and ecological communities, with the aim to create more effective conservation and management strategies. I also apply ecological principles to enhance restoration efforts with a particular focus on leveraging species traits to promote biodiversity.

As a dedicated conservation ecologist, I advocate for integrating proper value systems, community perspectives, and rigorous data into ecosystem markets. With a focus on sustainability, I work to ensure that ecological conservation and restoration efforts are guided by sound science and holistic principles, fostering a harmonious relationship between nature and society.

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Samantha Jane Dawson

Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology, University of British Columbia
Dr. Samantha Dawson is an Assistant Professor in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of British Columbia. She is a registered psychologist with expertise in sex and couple therapy. Since 2009, her research program has focused on identifying mechanisms contributing to sexual function in individuals and couples, with the goal of using these mechanisms to develop targeted interventions for sexual dysfunction.

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Samar Aoun

Perron Institute Research Chair in Palliative Care, The University of Western Australia
Professor Samar Aoun is 2023 WA Australian of the Year and Perron Institute Research Chair in Palliative Care at The University of Western Australia and Perron Institute. She is a global leader in the fields of Public Health Palliative Care and Compassionate Communities research and has influenced rapid system change and informed practice and policy at national and international levels.

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Samar Fatima

Research Fellow Enterprise AI and Data Analytics Hub, RMIT University
I am working as a Research Fellow at RMIT University, Australia. I recently completed PhD at Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Through my research, I aspire to explain the role of emerging technologies in society's gains. My PhD research investigated AI planning and deployment at the government and public agency levels. In my current research program, I am exploring components of AI governance such as fairness, transparency, explainability, ethics and accountability through AI system design, development and allocation.

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Samar Khatiwala

Professor of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford
Broadly, my research concerns the ocean’s role in the global carbon cycle, and in particular the complex interplay between climate, ocean circulation, and ocean biogeochemistry. Understanding and modeling these interactions is one of the fundamental challenges in science, and the key to unraveling the human impact on Earth’s climate. My research addresses many different aspects of this broad theme.

For instance, I use geochemical tracer observations in combination with inverse methods to quantify the uptake of anthropogenic CO2 by the ocean. I also develop coupled physical circulation and biogeochemical models to address a variety of problems in climate science such as the role of the biological pump in partitioning CO2 between the atmosphere and ocean.

I use a wide range of tools and approaches in my work, and am actively engaged in the development of mathematical and computational models and tools that enhance our ability to simulate the climate system. I believe that a balanced approach, in which theory, simulation, and observations play complementary roles, is critical for advancing our understanding of the ocean and climate.

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Samara Hand

PhD Candidate, UNSW Sydney
Samara is a Worimi/Biripi woman born on Awabakal Country in New South Wales, Australia. She is completing her PhD in Law at the University of New South Wales, focusing on Indigenous Peoples' right to education within the context of histories of assimilatory schooling. She is currently a visiting scholar at the University of Manitoba and is also a co-founder of the National Indigenous Youth Education Coalition, a youth-led organisation in Australia dedicated to backing the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to reclaim their rights in education.

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Sambit Bhattacharyya

Professor of Economics, University of Sussex
Sambit Bhattacharyya is a Professor of Economics and Head of Department of Economics at University of Sussex. His research interests are in the areas of development economics, macroeconomics, and economic history. His latest book is 'A History of Global Capitalism: Feuding Elites and Imperial Expansion'. He also published widely and advised numerous PhD Dissertations in the abovementioned areas. He is an Associate Editor of the Review of Development Economics. For a full list of downloadable papers, see his personal page using the following link: https://sites.google.com/site/sambitbha/

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Sameen Mohsin Ali

Lecturer in International Development, University of Birmingham
Sameen’s research focuses on the impact of bureaucratic politics on state capacity and service delivery. She is particularly interested in the dynamics of bureaucratic reform, the implementation and impact of donor programs, and the intersection of party politics, citizens’ interests, and bureaucratic incentives. In published work, she centres bureaucratic politics in understanding the distribution of public goods, the success or failure of donor-led reform packages, the ups and downs of party politics, and in citizens’ experience of state services such as immunization.

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Sameer Hosany

Professor of Marketing, Royal Holloway University of London
Sameer is Professor of Marketing and Head of Department, School of Business and Management, Royal Holloway University of London. He is recognised as a research pioneer by applying advanced quantitative methodologies at the intersection of psychology, marketing, and tourism. Professor Hosany has published influential and highly cited papers and his works have won multiple awards.

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Samer Talozi

Associate professor, Jordan University for Science and Technology
Dr. Samer Talozi is an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the Jordan University of Science and Technology, where his research focuses on water resources, planning, and management at the national and regional levels. His work has been published in several journals, including Nature Sustainability, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Water Policy, and more.

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Samia Almoughrabie

Postdoctoral Researcher in Dermatology, University of California, San Diego
Originally from Troyes in Champagne Ardenne, France, I have always wanted to work in the field of biology. So I turned to a degree in Biology and Biochemistry in Reims in the Marne. Having thirst for knowledge, I then joined a Master of Applied Microbiology and Biological Engineering at the University Paris Sud, in which I fully bloomed. After completing a six-month internship, I had the opportunity to continue on the same theme, thanks to a thesis conducted within the UMR Micalis in collaboration between CLARINS.

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Samia Badji

Research Fellow, Centre for Health Economics, Monash University
Samia is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Health Economics, Monash University. Her research focuses on identifying the most effective policy practices to improve health outcomes of disadvantaged populations.

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Sampath Bemgal

Assistant Professor, Management Information Systems, University of New Brunswick
Sampath Bemgal is an Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems (MIS) within the Faculty of Management. Sampath holds a PhD in Information Systems from the Ivey Business School - Western University, an MBA from David Eccles School of Business - University of Utah and a MS in Computer Science from University of North Dakota.

Sampath’s research focuses on understanding and theorizing complex digital changes in organizations. Specifically, he focuses on digital transformation occurring in organizations across different sectors.

He currently teaches courses in the field of Information Systems at the undergraduate and graduate levels

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