Professor Janette Lindesay

PhD (Witwatersrand), HDiPEd (Witwatersrand)
Associate Director Education & Deputy Director,
Fenner School of Environment & Society
ANU College of Science

I obtained my Honours degree in Geography, Postgraduate Teaching Diploma and Doctorate in statistical and dynamical climatology from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, and have worked in academic and research organisations in South Africa, the UK and Australia. I have chaired the Atmosphere Reference Group for the ACT Region State of the Environment Report, and am a former President of the Canberra branch of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. In addition to convening and teaching academic and professional programs and courses in climate science and climate change science and policy at the ANU, I teach by invitation at the United Nations University in Tokyo, am a member of a number of professional meteorological societies, and am on the editorial boards of two international journals. I manage the undergraduate and postgraduate coursework and Honours programs in the Fenner School of Environment and Society at the ANU, and am currently a Deputy Director of the ANU Climate Change Institute.