Rosalie is a senior lecturer and writes and presents widely in History Education, Australia and the Great War 1914-18, and history of Australian education. President of the History Teachers’ Association of Victoria, a Life Member, and awardee for Outstanding Service, she is also Vice-President of the History Teachers’ Association of Australia and its delegate to the Australian Historical Association. She is an elected councillor of the Royal Historical Society of Victoria and invited as Victoria’s representative on the council of the Australian National Museum of Education. Rosalie has published scholarly works as well as teacher professional learning/classroom resources for primary, secondary and tertiary audiences. Her thesis, ‘Our Schools and the War’, received a Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal in 2008; the book was ‘Commended’ in the Victorian History Publication Awards, 2012. She received the Monash Students’ Association Faculty of Education Outstanding Teaching Award, 2014, and has annually received Vice-Provost (Teaching) commendation letters since introduction, 2011. In 2015, she was awarded the Shrine of Remembrance Medal for Outstanding Contribution to Community Understandings of Victorian Service and Sacrifice in Wars and Peace-Keeping, as well as the Federation of Australian Historical Societies Award for services to History Education.
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