Your future, our focus – Study Resources, Environment and Development

Crawford School of Public Policy
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Event details


Date & time

Wednesday 12 October 2022


Online via Zoom


Associate Professor Keith Barney


Crawford School Student Recruitment

Program Information Webinar Week 10-13 October 2022

Study Resources, Environment and Development, 5.00pm-6.00pm (AEDT), Wednesday 12 October 2022

Ready to tackle some of the most important and complex environmental problems encountered by humankind?

Find out how you can apply your interest in addressing critical social, political and policy challenges in resource extraction, environmental management and development at the Crawford School of Public Policy.

Led by Associate Professor Keith Barney, Head of Department for the Crawford School’s Resources Environment & Development (RE&D) Group, this session will provide you with the unique opportunity to hear from Keith about how these courses will enable you to step up against the challenges on the way towards your career goals.

Find out more about the degrees that enable you to play a role in the national priority areas:

Your expert: Associate Professor Keith Barney

Associate Professor Keith Barney is currently serving as the Head of Department for the Crawford School’s Resources Environment & Development (RE&D) Group.

Keith is particularly interested in understanding processes of ‘resourcification’ (the making of resource commodities from nature), and its articulation with property rights and livelihoods, territorialisation, market governance, state-building, and systems of authoritarian rule.

This interactive session will provide the opportunity for you to dive deep into RE&D programs, ask questions and receive information to help you make the best decision for your academic and professional career.

View webinar agenda.

Student stories: Gabriella Warden

Master of Climate Change graduate Gabriella Warden, completed her studies in 2021. Motivated by her first-hand experience of climate change during the millennium drought, Gabriella applied her interest in science and policy to her studies.

“Climate change is a ubiquitous challenge. It touches everything, with unique impacts across every sector and society. No matter where my career takes me, the knowledge, skills and connections I have made during the Masters of Climate Change program will provide a solid foundation.”

Read Gabriella’s story.

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