Dr Matthew Butler
Dr Matthew Butler is a senior lecturer and researcher within the Caulfield School of Information Technology. He teaches programming, game development, and emergent game and multimedia technologies. He is also course leader for the Bachelor of Information Technology (Games Development) major and Chair of Undergraduate Programs in the Faculty of IT.
During his time teaching, Matt has received a number of teaching awards both within and outside Monash, including the Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) and Monash Vice-Chancellor's Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning in 2010.
Matt's research interests lay in two areas: educational technologies and information visualisation. Recent projects have examined the use of large-scale multi-touch surfaces in these contexts, with particular focus placed on the use of these technologies to address visualisation challenges in the domains of learning analytics and emergency management.
Outside of work, Matt has keen interests in sport, music, video games and cycling. On weekends you will typically find him supporting his beloved Melbourne Victory or Collingwood football club, catching as much live music as possible, playing Legend of Zelda and then backing it up with a Sunday morning bike ride on the bay.
Deputy College Head
Cameron Rose is a lecturer in Communication Design at MADA. Cam teaches digital imaging, video production, animation and interactive media. He specialises in digital media, documentary and performance. In 2013 he developed the On My Life website proposal which will record the stories of aged care residents. On My Life won the 2013 RMIT Design Research Institute Design Challenge. He has produced a number of documentaries in Papua New Guinea for Monash University Department of Social Work and Marie Stopes International. You can find more about his work at Cameron's personal website.
In the past he has acted, directed and DJ'd, and less excitingly has worked a variety of jobs including factory worker at a fish packing plant, tax officer, car park attendant, busboy, barman and waiter. Cam loves playing music with his band and playing tennis and ping pong with his mates. He is excited to join the Phoenix College team in 2014.
Deputy College Head
Julie Tullberg (nee Murtagh) is the coordinator of Digital Journalism units in the Arts Faculty's School of Media, Film and Journalism. She is pursuing her PhD in sports digital journalism.
Julie has worked as a journalist since 1990, and enjoyed a career at News Corp for more than 20 years. Julie was formerly the Herald Sun's Homepage Editor, Night Digital Editor and Sports Digital Editor (Nights).
Julie was a member of the Herald Sun Online team that won a Walkley Award for Outstanding Continuous Coverage of an Issue or Event for its coverage of the Black Saturday bushfires in 2009.
Julie reported at the 2004 Athens Olympics and was awarded the 2004 ASCTA print media award for swimming. In 2003, Julie won the Commonwealth Sports Award for her contribution to sports journalism.
A qualified educator, Julie has taught journalism since 2006. She was a News Corp teacher of journalists for seven years. Julie first worked in Monash's Medical Faculty during the 1980s as a student, and built her career in journalism, educational leadership and sports science.
Julie has worked in student leadership since 1988, first coordinating and teaching swimming programs at Deakin University. Julie qualified as a swimming and aquatics lecturer in 1992, and worked sessionally at the University of Melbourne, Monash, Deakin, and Victoria universities. She has also co-authored and edited three AUSTSWIM textbooks.
Julie enjoys working with students and supporting them as they shape their academic, career and life goals.