Haidee Hicks

Haidee’s research interests focus on international students, transnational migration and mobilities. Haidee’s PhD research explored international students experience of professional learning during social work field placement: Her current research focuses on supervision pedagogies, professional ethics, and constructions of “race” in professional education. Current scholarship also focuses on students’ wellbeing, notions of “placement poverty” and food insecurity. As a scholar of teaching and learning, Haidee is interested in exploring inclusive, diversity-sensitive, pedagogies in social work education. Haidee currently coordinates the Honours courses in the Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) programs. She is an active member of the Australian and New Zealand Social Work and Welfare Education and Research (ANZSWWER) professional body, contributing to the annual symposium and she was a founding member of the “New Voices in Social Work” research symposium.