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Researcher: Eager, BE (Dr Bronwyn Eager)

Fields of Research

Higher education
Artificial intelligence
Cultural studies
Curriculum and pedagogy theory and development
Women's studies (incl. girls' studies)
Science, technology and engineering curriculum and pedagogy

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in commerce, management, tourism and services
Higher education
Administration and business support services
Economic issues in tourism
Learner and learning
Technological and organisational innovation
Expanding knowledge in the agricultural, food and veterinary sciences
Regional planning
Expanding knowledge in psychology
Gender and sexualities
Workforce transition and employment
Behaviour and health
Secondary education
Teaching and instruction technologies
Radio, television, film and video services
The media
Other education and training
Expanding knowledge in the mathematical sciences
Early childhood education
Economic growth
Property, business support services and trade
Socio-cultural issues in tourism
Teacher and instructor development
Gender aspects in education
Equity and access to education

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

#Vanlife - Interview with Tom Baddeley, 28 April 2022
#Vanlife, Caravaning and Exploring Australia - interview with Richard Glover, 26 April 2022
AI could take your job, but it can also help you score a new one with these simple tips
AI could take your job, but it can also help you score a new one with these simple tips
Amelia Padgett: founding Launceston's Amelia Café, and becoming a mental health practitioner
An entrepreneurial roadmap to managing postgraduate stress; Postgraduate Study in Australia: Surviving and Succeeding
Australian entrepreneurship: a way past the current crisis
Back to School: An Examination of Teachers’ Knowledge and Understanding of Entrepreneurship Education; Enhancing Entrepreneurial Mindsets Through STEM Education
Beyond baby food: film narrative as a limiting factor for female entrepreneurship advancement; Diana International Research Conference 2019
Blockie route threatens Launceston's cultural hub
Blockie route threatens Launceston's cultural hub
Caroline Williamson and the transformation of Launceston's Harvest Market
ChatGPT: To ban or not to ban; QAA UK 2023
ChatGPT: Transforming the Landscape of Higher Education; QAA UK 2023 Quality Insights 2023 Conference
Classifying coping among entrepreneurs: is it about time?; Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development
Co-created assessment as a tool for enhancing student connectedness; Teaching Matters 2020 – Learning in 2021: strengthening connections
Combining quantitative data obtained from convenience and panel sampling: a case for avoiding waste in data collection efforts in entrepreneurship research
Curly Haslam-Coates: wine educator, event organiser, and food activist in Tasmania
Dimensions of coping in entrepreneurs: Functional and temporal perspectives and implications for burnout
Donna Bain: sharing her passion for the volunteer and not-for-profit sectors
Doom and gloom for Australian businesses, but maintaining our entrepreneurial spirit may be the silver lining
Enhancing wellbeing of women in entrepreneurship in media narrative; Wellbeing of Women in Entrepreneurship: A Global Perspective
Enterprise Skills: Introduction to Personal Business Model Canvas; War on Wasted Talent Seminar Series
Entrepreneurial stress: a conceptual model; 8th International AGSE Entrepreneurship Research Exchange
Entrepreneurs and the stress-coping-strain process: how relevant are existing theoretical frameworks?; Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange (ACERE) Conference 2015
Entrepreneurship and self-employment for mature-aged people; Australian Journal of Career Development
Entrepreneurship education in Australia; Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy – 2021
From file repository to narrative journey: a trilayered framework for enhancing students' online learning experiences; Teaching Matters
Growing number of remote workers train their sights on Tassie
How to pivot out of a crisis
Introducing the tri-layered student online experience framework: moving from file repository to narrative journey; Journal of Applied Learning & Teaching
It’s not all nomadland: how #vanlife made mobile living a middle-class aspiration
Juggling the triad: taking care of yourself with a block-mode approach to research, teaching, and service; Creating a place for self-care and wellbeing in higher education: Finding meaning across academia
Learning from Eminem?
Lindi McMahon: building a retail and interior styling business in Launceston, Tasmania
Lola Cowle: defining a values-driven career pathway and working for community organisations
Micro-credentialing of entrepreneurship education in a practice-based undergraduate engineering context; Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research (ACERE) 2019 Educator's Forum
Micro-credentialing of entrepreneurship education in a practice-based undergraduate engineering context; Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy
OPINION: Bronwyn Eager says Tasmanian businesses can easily have an online presence
Residential writing retreats: three wishes for academic output
Selena Palmer: Making tracks in the automotive industry
Senior Entrepreneurs as Untapped Potential; The Palgrave Handbook of Minority Entrepreneurship
Senior entrepreneurship In Australia: active ageing and extending working lives; International Journal of Organizational Innovation
Senior entrepreneurship themes: an Australian perspective; International Journal of Organizational Innovation
Tara Howell: launching multiple businesses, including the award-winning Blue Derby Pods Ride in Tasmania
The gift of record keeping: a tool for future promotion
The Inventor tells a story of a fraudulent female billionaire. Where are the films starring successful women entrepreneurs?
The Inventor tells a story of a fraudulent female billionaire. Where are the films starring successful women entrepreneurs?
The silver economy on wheels: a narrative review of the mature-aged, hypermobile gig worker phenomena; Small Enterprise Research
Time-orientation as a precursor to coping responses In entrepreneurs; International Journal of Organizational Innovation
Visual discourse and role modelling in on-screen representations of women entrepreneurs; Academy of Management Annual Meeting
Where'd my legs go? Experiences of teaching in the Metaverse: 3D virtual classrooms; Teaching Matters 2022

Research Projects

Acorns to Oak Trees: Creative approaches to teaching STEM to advance female students; Invergowrie Foundation (IF)
Combatting underrepresentation of females in STEM through entrepreneurship

Research Candidate Supervision