I am a policy analyst, visual communicator and higher education researcher with an interest in technology, diversity, information and knowledge creation. I am passionate about the well being and success of students in higher education, and ways that knowledge can be translated into evidence-based tools, policy and techniques to enhance their well-being and success both at university and long after graduation.
- I am currently Centre Manager at the ANU Tech Policy Design Centre.
- I am serving a 3 year term as a Director on the Board of the Diversity Council Australia (DCA).
- I am a PhD graduate from the University of Tasmania and currently a Research Associate at the Australian National University (ANU) Australian Studies Institute (AUSI).
- I have over 10 years experience working as a freelance (personal) website designer and developer.
- I have over 6 years experience as a company director, I have served on the Council of the University of Tasmania, and the RSPCA Tasmania.
- I have over 5 years experience as a policy analyst, having working for the Council of Australian University Liberians (CAUL) as Communication and Policy Officer and currently for the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) as Senior Policy Analyst.
- Rolf, H.G. (2021). Navigating power in doctoral publishing: a data feminist approach, Teaching in Higher Education (In Press), DOI: 10.1080/13562517.2021.1892059, (AM Open Access copy).
- Rolf, H. (2019). Identifying the collaboration styles of research students. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 56: 750-751. doi:10.1002/pra2.160.
- Cramond, S., Barnes, C., Lafferty, S., Barbour, V., Booth, D., Brown, K., Costello, D., Croker, K., O’Connor, R., Rolf, H., Ruthven, T., Scholfield, S. (2019). Fair, Affordable and Open Access to Knowledge: The CAUL Collection and Reporting of APC Information Project. Proceedings of the International Association of Scientific and Technological University Libraries.
- Rolf H.G. (2017). Placing ICT in acculturation: a mixed methods study of mobile phones in the everyday life of the international student. PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.