Lindy is a teacher and researcher in science communication. Her current research projects look at public science discourse in colonial Sydney, and the impact of the television series Doctor Who on its viewers' thoughts and feelings about science.
Prior to discovering science, Lindy was an activist who spent much of her time researching, writing and agitating in regard to diverse public policy issues, working in student representative and community organisations.
- 2015 Graduate Certificate in History, ANU
- 2010 PhD in Science Communication, ANU
- 2003 Honours 1 in Biological Science, ANU
- 2001 Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences), La Trobe University
Professional Awards and Honours
- 2014 recognised as Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy
- 2013 Winner: Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence
- 2013 Winner: ANU Commendation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning
- 2012 Winner: Colleges of Science Award for Teaching Excellence
- 2009 Winner: ANU ResearchFest Award for Excellence in Tutoring or Demonstrating