College of Science and Engineering
Ph.D in Theoretical Particle Physics from The University of Adelaide (2006)
The National Science Week Grant 2016 (Ellis, Parappilly, Randhawa, Burke da Silva): Illuminating the face of SA STEM. Funds Awarded $15,000.
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Funding 2016 (Parappilly, Burke da Silva): STEMM: Women Branching Out. Funds Awarded $18,000
The Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching 2015.
National OLT Citation Award 2015 for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning-The Australian Awards for University Teaching.
The South Australian Science Excellence Awards: Early Career STEM Educator of the year 2015–Tertiary Teaching.
Executive Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching 2015.
Faculty of Science and Engineering Research Establishment Funding 2015: Funds awarded $20,000.
Flinders University Leadership Program (FULP) Certificate of Completion 2015.
Faculty Nomination to attend The 5th National Higher Education Women's Leadership Summit 2015.
Faculty of Science& Engineering Collaborative Research Initiative Project Grant 2014 (Parappilly, Anderson): Improving student learning & experience in STEM disciplines using Team Based Learning strategies. Funds Awarded $3000.
Faculty of Science & Engineering Research Establishment Funding 2014: $60,000 over three years. Funds Awarded for 2014 $30,000
Flinders University ETPPAFYC Grant 2013 (Parappilly, Pyke): Using Lego Physics Classes to Embed Transition Pedagogy Principles. Funds Awarded $4000.
Finalist: 2013 SA Science Excellence Awards- Early Career STEM Educator of the year (Tertiary Teaching)
Faculty Teaching and Learning Innovation Grant 2012 (Parappilly, Harmer-Basell): An innovative Approach to Enhance Student Learning in Physics Labs. Funds Awarded $10,000.
Faculty Scholar, Faculty of Science and Engineering, 2012/2013
Science and Mathematics network of Australian university educators-SaMnet Scholar 2012.
Grant awarded through the ALTC National Teaching Fellowship 2011 on Inquiry Oriented Learning (Parappilly, Blankleider, Quinton):Model Building Approach to Optics.
Flinders Foundations of University Teaching (FFOUT) Certificate 2008.
Flinders University Transition Grant 2007 (Quinton, Andersson, Parappilly): Aiding the transition to University Physics: Student groupchallenges.
PANIC05 (Particle and Nuclei International Conference, Santa Fe, USA) Student Award 2005
Research Section Head: STEM Education
Self-Assessment Team (SAT): Athena SWAN Project
Course Coordinator: Bachelor of Science (Physics)
First Year Science Enrolment Counsellor
PHYS1701 Physics for the Modern World
PHYS1702 Physics for the Health Sciences
PHYS1101 Fundamental Physics I
PHYS1102 Fundamental Physics II
PHYS1332 Physics for Engineers
Non perturbative behavior of QCD
The lattice calculation of fundamental quantities in full QCD using simulations with realistic quark vacuum polarization (quark loops)
Physics Education Research (PER)
: Physics Education
SA Representative: Physics Education Group (PEG), Australian Institute of Physics (2008- present)
Member: APS (The American Physical Society) (2015)
Member: AAPT (American Association of Physics Teachers) (2015)
Member: STLHE (Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Canada) (2011-present)
Member: HERDSA (Higher Education Research and Development Soceity of Australasia) (2009-present)
Member: ERGA (The Education Research Group of Adelaide) (2008-present)
Chair, STEM: Women Branching Out Group at Flinders
Organiser, AIP-SA AstroFest 2009 (IYA 09 event for year 9 students), Flinders University Campus, November 25, 2009
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