Dr Andrew Dansie (Dansie) is a Senior Lecturer in Humanitarian Engineering. He has 13 years of experience in the water and development sector spanning the private sector, multilateral organisations, universities and an NGO. His time as a Research Fellow with the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health saw him work with projects and partners across six continents. As Project Director of a four-year global assessment of transboundary water projects, he coordinated over 100 scientists and stakeholders to better understand the scientific needs for managing the world’s rivers, lakes, aquifers, coastal and ocean environments. Dansie completed his PhD at the University of Oxford. His research was on the marine fertilisation affect of dust originating from ephemeral rivers in Southern Africa. Dansie completed his Masters at the University of Adelaide, where was the Medal recipient for outstanding research, and holds a BSc from Flinders University in South Australia. He is an Honorary Research Associate at the University of Oxford and is on the UNDP vetted expert roster for international freshwater resources management.
Full Clarendon Fund Scholarship, University of Oxford (2012 - 2016)
University of Oxford Vice Chancellors Fund (2016)
Thomas Linacre Studentship (2014), Linacre College, University of Oxford
Full special ICAR-8 Student Conference Award (2014), International Society of Aeolian Research (ISAR)
Masters Medal Recipient (2005), Environmental Studies, University of Adelaide