Dr Liz Allen is a highly skilled demographer and social researcher with quantitative and qualitative expertise.
Liz has considerable experience working in the public and university sectors. She’s presently teaching research methods and researching population dynamics at the ANU Centre for Social Research Methods.
Liz has experience teaching a number of courses, including: postgraduate preparatory courses, DEMO2001 (Population Studies), DEMO8079 (Health Demography) and DEMO8082 (Social Research Practice).
Liz is a member of the Network of Early Career Teachers, Academics and Researchers at the ANU.
Council Member, Australian Population Association 2016-18.
Vice President, Australian Population Association 2012-16.
Secretary, Australian Population Association 2008-12.
Postdoctoral Fellow, The Australian National University
Associate Lecturer, The Australian National University
Assistant Director (Data Strategy) , Commonwealth Department of Education and Training
Research Assistant and Lecturer, The Australian National University
Research and Data Manager, Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs
Demographer, Geoscience Australia
Data Analyst, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Population Analyst , Australian Bureau of Statistics
Macquarie University, Bachelor of Social Science (Population Studies)
Australian National University, Master of Social Research (Methods)