Auriga College heads
Colin Jevons is Course Director of the Bachelor of Business and Associate Professor in the Department of Marketing.
Colin has taught at both undergraduate and graduate levels across a broad range of disciplines including e-marketing, services marketing, marketing planning and implementation, market research, sales management, strategic marketing and brand management, an elective unit which attracts student enrolments of up to 500 each year. He is an Adjunct Professor at IESEG Business School in France and has also given guest lectures at Auburn and Michigan State Universities, USA, and the University of Twente, Holland. Colin has received a Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the student learning experience. In addition to his commitment to teaching quality and innovation, Colin has worked on a number of university-wide initiatives, including the development of the Monash Education Academy and the Conversational English program (called English Connect from 2016).
Colin's research is in the area of brands and brand management. His published research has been cited over 1000 times, and he has an h-index of 14 and an i10-index of 16. He has received nine competitive research grants. His pre-academic career was in consumer research and before that in book publishing, and he is an honorary life member of the Society of Editors.
Deputy College Head
Dr Kate Carroll
Kate Carroll is a lecturer in the School of Biomedical Sciences in the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences. She has been teaching science for many years both as a postgraduate student and since the completion of her PhD in Biochemistry. Kate joined Monash in 2014 as an education-focused academic where she teaches anatomy and physiology to allied health students. She is currently undertaking coordination of two new large first year anatomy and physiology units in allied health at Caulfield.
Kate's research interests are on education in science and allied health and focus on student engagement and student-centred learning approaches. She is now working with a team to 'change the way we teach science' to allied health students using an array of new technologies and learning platforms.
Kate has a strong interest in improving the experience of students in their first year of university both educationally and socially. She believes it is important for students to have a well-rounded experience to help them transition and enjoy everything that university life has to offer, from studying to letting your hair down with fellow students after class.