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Penny Gray is a Lecturer and Placement Coordinator in the School of Psychology and is involved in co-ordinating placements for the post-graduate professional training program, Masters of Industrial/Organisational Psychology. Penny completed the same course at the University of Melbourne and has worked in other tertiary institutions as well as in the private sector. Having consulted to a range of organisations and worked within the HR team of a large commercial organisation, Penny brings her professional experience to supporting students as they gain practical and valuable skills in the field of Industrial/Organisational Psychology.
Penny teaches and supervises students at postgraduate level in Units HPS723, HPS725, HPS728.
Penny has a background in the field of applied industrial and organisational psychology, specialising in learning and development. Penny’s research interests include training evaluation, and investigating work placement outcomes and work readiness for graduates. Another area of interest has included discourse strategies for conflict resolution.
Psychology Board of Australia
Member of the Australian Psychological Society
Penny maintains a wide business and student network to ensure effective relationships are developed and maintained between the University and the Community.