PhD (Australian National University)
Fellow, Higher Education Academy
Joyce Wu is a lecturer at the School of Social Sciences. She is also a Fulbright Senior Scholar, Deputy Editor of Development in Practice and Visiting Fellow at the Australian National University. Joyce has a diverse history of interdisciplinary research and practitioner experiences. Her research includes sexual and gendered violence in conflict and post-conflict situations, intersectionality and inequality, gender mainstreaming, sustainable development, climate change, and equity and diversity in the higher education. Prior to academic life, Joyce has worked in the Australian Government and the United Nations on gender and development issues, including the The UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women. She has worked with CSIRO as a Research Fellow to integrate gender and social considerations into a water resource management programme in South Asia. Joyce was also part of the Australian government funded research, Individual Deprivation Measure, which is a multidimensional poverty measure with a gender-sensitive analysis and focus.