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The Knowledge Mill is a podcast about PhD researchers and their work. Each episode features a longform conversation with a PhD candidate, with a focus on how they found themselves doing a PhD and the research they’re undertaking.

Season 4

2023 SMAANZ Conference

9 // Olivia Bramley

Environmental Sustainability in Sport Organisations: Exploring the Tide of Action

Season 3

UTS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

8 // Claudia Speidel

The impact of cultural settings on sustainability narratives: Lessons learnt from Australia’s Indian diaspora

7 // Kristyn Maslog-Levis

The Missing Books in Children’s Literature in Australia: An Australian-Filipino Author’s Journey to Representation

6 // Atul Joshi

Beyond trauma: Queering biography and finding joy

Season 2

2022 SMAANZ Conference

5 // Ashleigh Marshall

Maximising opportunities for elite women athletes who need to suddenly transition to a new career

4 // Linden Moore

Ambassadorship in women and girls’ sport

3 // Paul Bowell

Women Australian Rules footballers’ subjective experiences of digital self-tracking

Season 1

Friends of the Program

2 // Leanne Sobel

The roles of design in strategy: Towards a practice perspective of strategic design

1 // David Bickett

Curiosity as practice in top management team executive decision making

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