Miss Prudence Blake

Miss Prudence Blake

Postgraduate Student
Department of Civil Engineering
Room BG06-14, Building 79P, Clayton Campus

Prudence is an enthusiastic and motivated urban planner with experience working in both the private and public sector. She is passionate about the future of cities and city improvement through innovative planning processes and robust approaches to planning research. She is currently undertaking her PhD at Monash University on the topic of Understanding Bus Markets Using the Concept of ‘Customer Fluctuation’.


  • Bachelor of Regional and Town Planning (Hons), University of Queensland

Journal Articles

Blake, P., Denny, G., Duncan, H., Gianarakis, H., Swanston, C., Wadley, D. & Wilson, T. 2014. Charting the Potential for Indigenous Employment in the Australian Mining Industry. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, Vol 17, Issue 3, pp. 21 – 55.

Last modified: 23/11/2017