Dr. Belinda Kennedy
Belinda Kennedy is a Research Fellow in the College of Science, Engineering and Health at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. She is the Project Manager for the “STEM Ecosystem Project”, funded by the Australian Federal Government through its Office of Learning and Teaching.
Belinda completed a PhD in Plant Physiology at the University of Technology, Sydney Australia. She then held an appointment as a Post Doctoral Fellow in the field of Plant Breeding of pulses at RMIT University.
Belinda has broad teaching experience in the Biological Sciences and has completed a number of STEM teaching initiatives for on-campus and off campus programs for students at year all levels. She holds a Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching and Learning. Her educational research studies in STEM have provided her with a clear understanding of the needs of industry and future students in STEM-related areas.