Christine contributes to UQ’s priorities in assessment and academic integrity, with leadership responsibilities in the implementation of the University’s first Academic Integrity Action Plan, membership of the UQ Assessment Sub-Committee and Chair of the UQ Assessment Working Party. She was a member of the TEQSA-funded team of experts who delivered national academic integrity workshops, under the leadership of Professor Tracey Bretag, and the accompanying toolkit of resources.

Christine holds a PhD critiquing institutional capacity to address complex challenges, and a postgraduate qualification in academic practice. In May 2018, Christine was recognised as a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), UK, for sustained strategic impact on teaching and learning at inter/national and institutional levels.

Christine’s research interests include digital pedagogies, assessment and ethics. She is a member of the UQ Digital Health Network sponsored by the Global Change Institute, the organising committee for the Australian ePortfolio Forum and webinars, and the international Association of Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-based Learning Digital Ethics Taskforce. Christine enjoys working with undergraduate students in short-term teaching and learning research projects.