Dr Nicholas Bromfield

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Nicholas Bromfield is a lecturer with the Centre of Social Impact UNSW (CSI UNSW) .

Nicholas is a public policy, administration and governance researcher with a background in political science. His research agenda diagnoses and provides solutions to issues of crisis, identity and their social impact via public policy from Australian and comparative perspectives.

His recent research projects have focused on Australia and New Zealand and the COVID-19 crisis, with interests in crisis administration, policy evidence, and civil society and third sector participation. He also researches issues of Australian identity and their effect on policy and rhetoric.

As part of the education team, Nicholas' multi-award winning teaching style emphasises an innovative, flexible and adaptable approach that centres the diversity of student needs and experiences. His course design stresses a need for inclusivity across delivery systems, including in-person, blended and online teaching, and he fosters relationship-building skills with and between students and industry partners.