Ass Prof. Rosanne Quinnell

School of Life and Environmental Sciences

Rosanne is an Associate Professor in the School of Life and Environmental Sciences with the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Science. Her research is focused in the botanical world where she has examined the biology of symbiotic systems, developed ways to improve botanical literacy and, most recently, she is exploring human-plant interactions through transdisciplinary partnerships (see TREES research group). Her article “grieving with plants, dancing in the leaves” is an example of this latter work. She is currently part of a institutional-wide collaboration, supported by the University’s Sustainability Strategy to create a ‘curriculum garden’ on campus.