Brody Hannan is a Science Policy undergraduate student at the Australian National University. His fields of interests include higher education, science, innovation and research policy.
He has worked in various policy research and advisory roles with the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, the Australian Research Council, Climate Change Institute, Canberra Innovation Network and the British High Commission. He has also served as the Chief of Counsellors of the London International Youth Science Forum.
In 2015 he was awarded a Tuckwell Scholarship, and is currently a Science Student Ambassador for the Australian National University.
Hannan, B. (2016, August 30). Avoiding a STEM fail: Why evaluation tools must come before funding. Policy Forum.
Hannan, B. (2016, July 1). Publish or perish: How academic culture is holding back collaboration. Policy Forum.