Senior Research Fellow, Charles Darwin University

Andrew researches the causes and consequences of population change for the Northern Territory of Australia and northern regions more broadly. He undertakes both quantitative and qualitative research to understand impacts from policy, economic and structural changes for communities. In his PhD he investigated policy and theoretical implications from changing migration practices for Indigenous Territorians. Prior to academia, Andrew worked for a decade with the Australian Bureau of Statistics. He currently teaches the masters level subject Topics in Human Geography. Research interests include:

- Impacts from population changes in northern and sparsely settled areas
- Population projections
- Indigenous populations and changing demography
- Policy implications for population change at communities

Experience

  • 2006–present
    Senior Research Fellow, Charles Darwin Univeristy

Education

  • 2012 
    Ph.D, Charles Darwin Univeristy
  • 2003 
    Master of Business (by research), Southern Cross University
  • 1999 
    Graduate Certificate in Management , University of Canberra
  • 1991 
    Bachelor of Arts (double major Economics, major Geographical Sciences, University fo Queensland

Professional Memberships

  • Australian Population Association

Research Areas

  • Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Information And Knowledge Systems (080601)
  • Population Trends And Policies (160305)
  • Mortality (160304)
  • Fertility (160302)
  • Migration (160303)
  • Demography (1603)

Honours

• 2015 Winner: Charles Darwin University Library Open Access Award (for most open access publications) • 2014 Winner: Vice Chancellors Award for Academic Excellence, Charles Darwin University, Darwin. • 2013 Winner: National Statistical Service award for Excellence in developing statistical capability within the Australian education and training sector (see http://www.cdu.edu.au/enews/versions/080413/stories/population-expert.html).