Lecturer in Health and Social Wellbeing, NTI
Nadine’s approach to teaching is student-centred, reflective and grounded in critical theory. For the past decade she has taught in law, gender studies, sociology and, most recently, criminology. Prior to this she worked in the community sector as a lawyer and advocate.
Nadine is a committed Buddhist practitioner and is currently completing teacher training in the Insight meditation tradition. As such, she has a particular interest in Buddhist sociology/a sociology of Buddhism and the ways these two paradigms can enliven each another.
In the classroom, Nadine focuses on the insights and wisdom of her students and honours alternative forms of academic knowledge through the use of bodily, intuitive and relational teaching methods.
Grants and Awards
- 2010 The Business and Professional Women Prize, University of Adelaide, ‘a prize awarded to the most outstanding Honours student’.
2012 Nominated for Australian Women Lawyer of the Year Award, Women Lawyers’ Association (SA).
- 2014 Flinders Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Seeding Grant for a study on health care professionals’ approaches to women’s health.
- 2014 Flinders Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Establishment Grant 2014 for a study on women’s sexual health.
- 2013 Research Abroad Scholarship, University of Adelaide for fieldwork in the US.
- 2013 Karen Halley Trust Fund, University of Adelaide for fieldwork in the US.
- 2012 Australian Postgraduate Award, University of Adelaide.
- 2010 Augusta Zadow Scholarship, Safework SA for a study on young women and sexual harassment at work.