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Angela T. Ragusa (PhD & MS Sociology, MS, Science & Technology Studies, Virginia Tech) is Editor-in-Chief, Rural Society, Associate Head of School, Humanities & Social Sciences, and Senior Lecturer, Sociology at Charles Sturt University, Australia. Angela has over 50 academic publications, including three books, Rural lifestyles, Community Well-being and Social Change (2014), Writing for the Social Sciences (2012), Interaction in Communication Technologies & Virtual Learning Environments (2010) and has received several research grants for her research investigating social changes in Higher Education related to student experience. Key research interests include social, cultural and technological change, inequality, media, identity and lifestyles. She has worked in Australia and America at several universities, the United Nations, and JP Morgan.
Andrea Crampton (PhD Microbiology & Parasitology, University of Queensland) is a Senior Lecture in the School of Biomedical Sciences at Charles Sturt University. Andrea has several years of experience in higher education administration as Sub Dean Learning and Teaching for Faculty of Science and Faculty of Business. Her key research areas are effective learning and teaching (implementation and management) and science literacy.
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