One-on-One Mentoring,Group Mentoring, Peer Mentoring, Online Mentoring, Compound Mentoring
Senior Lecturer in Classics and Ancient History and the Director of Learning and Teaching for the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at La Trobe University, Melbourne
Sarah’s research expertise is in the field of Classical Reception Studies, primarily the reception of Greek and Roman art, architecture, literature, history and culture in Australian contexts, but also more broadly in the reception of Greek and Roman war commemoration across cultures. The nature of Sarah’s research is interdisciplinary and broad, drawing together large time spans and seemingly disparate cultures. Sarah is also an experienced and award-winning teacher with expertise in innovative online, asynchronous and inclusive pedagogy. Because Sarah’s career path has been untraditional, spanning academic research, teaching and administration, she has some insight into alternative academic career pathways.
Sarah is willing to mentor across disciplines within Classics and Ancient History, she can also offer mentorship in learning and teaching and/or career progression. She has the capacity of work with a maximum of four mentees at any stage.