Sarah leads the Interdisciplinary Conservation Science Research Group. She is Associate Professor and
ARC Future Fellow at RMIT’s School of Global, Urban and Social Studies and a researcher in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions
and in two National Environmental Science Program hubs (Threatened Species and Clean Air and Urban Landscapes).
She is interested in the intersection between science and policy in environmental management and is currently involved in an interdisciplinary range of research and consulting projects, including an ARC Future Fellowship titled ‘Socio-ecological models for environmental decision making’.
Her research interests include threatened species management, environmental decision analysis, population and landscape modelling, urban ecology and education for sustainability.