Environmental Science

Dr Andrew Manning

BA (Hons) (Soc Sci), MPPM, PhD

Lecturer in Environmental Sociology
Albury / Wodonga
Building 760 Room 117

Dr Andrew Manning has a Master’s degree in public policy and a PhD from Monash University with a specialisation in Sociology. Andrew has worked in local government as a senior manager in metropolitan and rural settings and is the former Victorian Community Advocate on Gambling. He has worked in a range of social policy and strategic planning roles with the Victorian state government including Regional Development Victoria and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.

Andrew has additional academic experience with Deakin University (Health Impact Assessment Unit) and Charles Sturt University (Faculty of Arts / Faculty of Science). He is an Adjunct Research Fellow at CSU’s Institute for Land, Water & Society. His expertise is in the social sciences with over twenty years teaching, including Social and Health Impact Assessment at undergraduate and post graduate level. As a practitioner, Andrew has achieved significant experience with the integration of SIA in social policy and strategic planning more broadly across the public sector.

  • ENM101 – People and the Environment
  • ENM308 – Challenges of Global Sustainable Development
  • ENM422 – Environmental Impact Assessment & Auditing
  • Regional development and the Sustainable Development Goals
  • Social Impact Assessment
  • Regional policy

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  • Adjunct Research Fellow; Institute for Land, Water and Society, CSU

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