Dr. Sue Morris has a passion for enhancing students’ success and wellbeing, with an emphasis on positive psychology, and resilience. She completed her undergraduate studies and PhD in Developmental Psychology at the University of New South Wales, where she has worked as a lecturer in the School of Psychology, as well as in staff development for educators. Over 25 years of undergraduate teaching, she has focused on developing innovative and engaging learning experiences for students, emphasising collaboration and connectedness. She is co-author of the book The Rubber Brain: A toolkit for optimising your study, work, and life, which, together with her online course The Science of Wellbeing, is designed to help students optimise their thinking and behaviour, particularly in response to the challenges of university. She applies psychological literacy in her teaching, with a goal to “optimise the world, one Psychology student at a time”.