2015 – in progress Amanda Burrell Academic Stage Fright, Toward a Theatrical Solution
2015 – in progress Joelle Breault-Hood The Impact of Outdoor Education on the Body Image and Self-Concept of Adolescent Females
2015 – in progress Abby Davis Social ecology of death: A study of Australian After Death Communications corroborated at time of death
2014 – in progress, Philip Jackson, Dialogue for Transformative Learning.
2013 – in progress, Amanda Lloyd, Place based pedagogies and outdoor learning in mainstream Primary Schools: a case study of children immersed in Country completing curriculum outcomes.
2010 – in progress, Melenie Ross, Train for War Adapt for Peace – A Case study of the implications of risk management on Static Line Parachute Training in the ADF.
2014, Terri-Anne Philpott, The impact of an experiential programme on the development of pedagogy skills in pre-service outdoor education teachers: A case study. http://researchdirect.uws.edu.au/islandora/object/uws%3A28280
2012, Sean Kearney, New Scheme Teacher Induction in New South Wales Independent Schools: Challenges and Opportunities.
2012, Heidi Smith, The Wisdom and Insights of Extraordinary Outdoor Leaders: An Australian Case Study.
2011, Stephen Jelley, The Effects of Outdoor Education and Physical Education Physical Activity Programmes on Male Adolescents.
2008, Val Nicholls, Busy Doing Nothing: Researching the phenomenon of Quiet Time in a Challenge-Based Wilderness Therapy Program.
2005, Eric Brymer, Extreme Dude: A phenomenological perspective on the extreme sport experience.
2004, Tracey Dickson, Facilitating Learning: Mine, Yours and Others: gaining insight into the facilitation of corporate experiential learning programs through the lenses of personal experience and the learning styles analysis
2004, Peter Bailey, Rekindling the Spirit of Adventure: A Case Study of the Bronze Duke of Edinburgh at Moss Vale High School.
2003, Ian Boyle, The impact of adventure-based training on team cohesion and psychological skills development in elite sporting teams
Masters Research Students
2015, Christine Biela, Implementation of Conservation Education Programs at the Taronga Zoo
2011, Zoe Pryor, How do young women negotiate meanings of health through dance? First Class Honours
2010, Kellie Dowdell, Nature, children and outdoor play: the comparison of a natural outdoor and an artificial outdoor play environment. First Class Honours
2009, Yolande Jury, Engaging the disengaged The Impact of Outdoor Education in the school curriculum. Second Class Honours
2008, Erin Thompson, Exploring The Relationship Between Sensation Seeking And Self Reported Driving Behaviour In Young Novice Driver Subgroups. First Class Honours
2008, Gemma Simms, An investigation into the impact of self-developed advertising campaigns on young driver behaviour change. First Class Honours
2003, Zali Yager, Eating Disorders in High School students. First Class Honours
1998, Daniel Inness, Motivating High Schools Students in Physical Education Classes.
1995, Colin Hocking, Extended Stay Outdoor Education: The Glengarry Case Study
1994, Melanie Dempster, Corporate Programs and Adventure Education