Staff profile

Miss Helen Meikle

Position: Research Fellow (Grade 1)
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Science Engineering & Built Environment
Department: School of Architecture and Built Environment
Campus: Geelong Waterfront Campus



A qualified researcher with a background largely in urban regeneration, poverty, housing, community welfare and education support. Specialising in qualitative research and collation of data, providing reports to private and public sector; possessing an MSc. Voluntary and Community Sector Studies, and a BSc. Psychology (hons); with a knowledge of, and passion for, international development and policy, education and research.


  • Master of Science, 2010
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology), 2006


Member of Planning Institute Australia

IUCN member

Member of Urban Ecology Australia

Allumni of Birkbeck College, University College of London

Trustee of Sunseed Tanzania


Knowledge areas

Community engagement strategies

Large scale urban regeneration projects

Qualitative and Quantitative research

Conferences and seminars

IFLA Asia Pacific Regional Congress, April 2014

State of Australian Cities, November 2013

ANZAPs, September 2013

Healthy Cities Conference - Making Cities Liveable, June 2012

Port Cities as Hotspots of Creative and Sustainable Local Development, September 2012



Country as Living Landscape Heritage: Indigenous knowledge systems and the shaping of landscape architecture education in Australia - accepted by the editors of the special issue (on cultural heritage) of Landscape Review, June 2014

Developing a complementary framework for urban ecology - Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 2013

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