Dr Kerri Whittenbury
Senior Research Fellow, GLASS
Telephone: +61 3 9903 1911
Facsimile: +61 3 9903 1141
Kerri Whittenbury, PhD (CSU 2004); M.Litt (UNE 1996); BA (RMIHE 1989) is a sociologist with research interests in women and gender, rural communities, rural and farm families, irrigation communities and gender and climate change. Since completing her PhD in 2003, Kerri has worked as a Lecturer in Sociology and as a researcher on several social research projects.
Kerri worked on an ARC Linkage project in the Centre for Applied Social Research at RMIT University in partnership with Victoria Police investigating quality part-time work in policing. Kerri also worked on a CRC for Irrigation Futures funded project in partnership with the Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University exploring irrigators' decision making.
Kerri is currently working on a several research project in the GLASS Research Unit at Monash University that focus on the gendered social and health impacts of climate change and drought.
Kerri Whittenbury Research: Monash University Research