- Academic, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research
Kate is a wiradyuri woman undertaking a PhD investigating how Indigenous water science can contribute to improved urban water quality outcomes, by retrofitting storm water channels using Indigenous frameworks and methods. This work includes case studies from both modern and Indigenous sciences. In her role at CAEPR, kate is looking into how to incorporate Indigenous pedagogy into university undergraduate teaching. Her research philosophy is that research is for practical outcomes and knowledge is for sharing. Kate believes expertise is not held only by 'experts'.