Residential Deans

At KLC, the Residential Deans are committed to making your time at College as enriching as possible. From community service to academic engagement, to well-being and mental health, they are here to add value to your experience and to support you in your research. The Residential Deans receive certified training in First Aid and Mental Health First Aid. Dancey has also been trained as a Contact Person/Harassment Officer by the Equal Opportunities Commission.

Kathryn

Kathryn is a multicultural and multilingual citizen. Born in Germany, she relocated frequently and was fortunate to travel in Europe, North Africa, Canada, Mexico and Southeast Asia. She has always aspired to leverage her diverse life experience by reaching out and supporting individual, family and community well-being. Kathryn is pursuing a Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MCP) at the University of Adelaide Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, School of Public Health. Previously, she completed a Bachelor of Social Work at Carleton University, and a Bachelor of Science (Honours) at the University of Ottawa. She has been fortunate to acquire dynamic healthcare and social work experience across various sectors, domestically and internationally, through academic practicums, volunteerism and professional work.

“I am passionate about contributing to the Kathleen Lumley College community by fostering emotional and spiritual well-being, connection and belonging, and engaging in outreach activities.” — Kathryn

Nikita

Nikita is an ICT Business Analyst who is passionate about data analysis, machine learning and artificial intelligence. He is currently studying in a Graduate Certificate in Information Security from Athabasca University, and holds a Master of Science in Information Systems and a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Data Analytics also from Athabasca University. Born and raised in Uzbekistan, Nikita appreciates travelling and learning about other cultures. He loves being in nature and going for long walks and hikes, and is also an avid martial arts fan with previous practice in Taekwondo, Brazilian Jujitsu and Muay Thai.

“I am eager to engage with the Kathleen Lumley College and contribute to the welcoming community that I have experienced upon arrival by supporting the integration of new residents and assisting them in getting settled.” — Nikita

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Dancey

Dancey is from Queensland. She is currently undertaking her MPhil in Creative Writing at the University of Adelaide. Her project is a television comedy set in a postgraduate college. Dancey completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts from The University of Queensland in 2016. In 2017 she completed her Creative Writing Honours at the University of Adelaide and was awarded First Class Honours. Her writing appears both online and print.

“I am passionate about the environment, literature, keeping active and making the most of my time at Kathleen Lumley College.” —Dancey

Rayzel

Rayzel is from India and is currently a PhD student at the University of Adelaide, where she studies the molecular biology of prostate cancer.  Rayzel has done a Master’s degree in Biotechnology and worked as a researcher in India before moving to Adelaide (and KLC!) in 2016. When she’s not doing science, Rayzel enjoys reading, hiking, board games and accumulating random trivia. 

Joe

Joe is from West Yorkshire, Britain. He is in Adelaide completing his PhD in Nuclear Physics, attempting to discover if the answer to Life, the Universe and Everything really is 42. Equally, though, he is here to experience Australia, and so, as an avid runner, hiker and lover of nature, he enjoys exploring the wonders that this beautiful country has to offer.

“Time here passes in the blink of an eye, but with the amazing friends you can make here at KLC you can enjoy every fleeting second.” — Joe

Emmanuel

Emmanuel is from Uganda. He is currently studying a Masters in international Trade and Development at the University of Adelaide. He appreciates various cultures and loves travelling in order to gain new experiences and learn how things are done in different parts of the world. He also loves the outdoors and playing sports so if you’re keen on getting fit or having a conversation about sports then he’s your guy. He is very passionate about charity work and believes that giving back to the community is an essential part of both individual and societal development.

“I am honoured to be a residential dean at Kathleen Lumley College, a home away from home.” —Emmanuel

Anisha

Anisha is a Lecturer at the South Australian Institute of Business and Technology (SAIBT, in partnership with the University of South Australia and Navitas). She has a PhD in Computer and Information Science from the University of South Australia. As an educator, she enjoys teaching students with diverse learning needs and strives to create meaningful learning opportunities, to empower students no matter where they may be at in their learning journey.

Anisha’s research focuses on the societal effects of technology on people’s quality of life and the use of disruptive technologies to catalyse innovations for social good, specifically in the areas of data ethics, information privacy, innovation and technology design. Her PhD research explored privacy expectations people associate with personal data release in search, and approaches towards embedding privacy values in the design of technology. She currently collaborates on data ethics research initiatives from community perspectives.

She is passionate about communicating data ethics research to the general public. She recently collaborated, co-wrote and performed a science communication piece with Dancey titled, ‘The Private Lives of Data’ for South Australia’s National Science Week 2018, after they won a Perform Your Science grant from the Inspiring South Australia program.

She also experiments with the craft of baking.  

“Kathleen Lumley College offers us many spaces for wander, work and play. These shared diverse human experiences shape our understanding of thriving communities in action and afford us meaning in life.”–Anisha

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