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Dr Megan Wong

Megan Wong

Research Officer

Call: 03 5327 6536
Email: mr.wong@federation.edu.au

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy – Monash University (2014)
  • Bachelor of Science – LaTrobe University (2001)
  • Graduate Diploma of Education – LaTrobe University (2005)

Professional experience

  • 2013 – 2016. Independent Research Assistant and consultancy. Program evaluation, field surveys and soil ecology.
  • 2009 – 2013. Monash University. PhD Candidate, Teaching Associate.
  • 2006 – 2009. Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Classroom Teacher.
  • 2003 – 2004. Research Assistant. Department of Conservation and Land Management and The Howard Florey Institute.

Professional associations

  • The Ecological Society of Australia
  • Soil Science Australia
  • Research

    Wong, MR, Morgan JM, Wong, N.K, Cavagnaro TC (2015) The incorporation of fungal to bacterial ratios and plant ecosystem effect traits into a state-and-transition model of land-use change in semi-arid grasslands. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 201, 11-19.

    Wong, S, Walker, J, Wheeler, L and Wong, M (2016) Decent training for decent work: Strengthening Employment Outcomes. Strategies to improve connections between Learn Local offerings and employment outcomes for learners. Pascal International Observatory, http://pascalobservatory.org/pascalnow/blogentry/strengthening-employment-outcomes-adult-and-community-education-rural-western-vi

    Wong, S, Wong, I, Walker, J, Wheeler, L and Wong, M (2016) Learning locally: Better understanding the complexity and costs of service delivery in rural locations. Pascal International Observatory, http://pascalobservatory.org/pascalnow/blogentry/overcoming-challenges-delivering-adult-and-community-education-rural-south-west-

    Wong, MR, Morgan JM, Cavagnaro TC (2011) Microbial community functional groups: Links to vegetation and ecosystem properties of semi-arid grasslands in south-eastern Australia. In Bornette, G. & Puijalon, S. (eds), 54th Symposium of the International Association for Vegetation Science: Abstracts. Université Lyon 1 Service Formation Continue et Alternance.

     

  • Conferences

    Wong, MR, Morgan JM, Wong, NK, Cavagnaro, TC (2012) If aboveground vegetation changes after abandonment, what happens belowground? A test of fungal to bacterial energy channel theory in native grasslands. Oral presentation, The Ecological Society of Australia, Hobart, Australia

    Wong, MR, Morgan J.M, Wong, NK, Cavagnaro, TC (2010) Vegetation and soil food web responses to resource availability in a perennial tussock grassland, south-eastern Australia. Poster presentation, The International Association for Vegetation Science: Abstracts, Baja California, México

    Wong, MR, Morgan, JM, Cavagnaro, TC (2008) A comparison of arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculum potential between two vegetation types of a Northern Plains Grassland of Victoria. Poster Presentation, The Ecological Society of Australia, Sydney, Australia

     

  • Reports

    Wong, S, Wong, I, Bergin, C, Wong, M, Lomnicki, I (2014) Youth Now BiZE Centre Evaluation. Youth Now, Sunshine, Victoria. Funded under the ACFE Capacity and Innovation Fund 2012.

    Wong, S, Wong, M (2014) YouthNow BizE Centre Evaluation – Scan of the Literature. Youth Now, Sunshine, Victoria. Funded under the ACFE Capacity and Innovation Fund 2012.

    Wong, S & Wong, M (2014) Work’s 4 Me Evaluation: Transitioning to training and employment program for people with disabilities in the City of Melton, Victoria. Youth Now, Sunshine, Victoria. Funded under the ACFE Capacity and Innovation Fund 2012.

    Wong, S & Wong, M (2014) Work’s 4 Me Evaluation: Scan of the Literature. Youth Now, Sunshine, Victoria. Funded under the ACFE Capacity and Innovation Fund 2012.

    Wheeler, L., Wong, S, Wong, I et al. (2013) Evaluation of the Transition Brokers Program. Hume Whittlesea Local Learning and Employment Network. Whittlesea Youth Commitment, Melbourne.

     

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