Dr Nadia Menon

Associate Lecturer

2019: Postgraduate Certificate of Teaching English as a Second or Other Language (TESOL),  University of Wollongong 
2017: Ph. D.,  University of New South Wales, Sydney
2011: Bachelor of Science (Psychology Hons), University of Sydney
2010: Graduate Diploma of Psychology, University of Sydney
2001: Graduate Diploma of Education, University of Melbourne

1999: Bachelor of Arts, University of Sydney

School of Psychology

I obtained my PhD from UNSW Sydney, as part of the UNSW Forensic Psychology Lab. In the field of psychology, my research interests relate to face recognition, specifically the factors which influence people's ability to remember and identify faces. Additionally, I have a background in education, and am currently working as an Education-Focussed academic at UNSW; in this role I teach introductory psychology units to both postgraduate and undergraduate students. In the field of education, my particular interests include designing assessment to maximise learning, and designing programs of study which help make psychology accessible to a diverse student population.