Julianna Rozek

Julianna is a PhD student exploring the benefits of restoring urban green space and waterways for people, the community and the wider environment.

Previously, Julianna was a research officer specialising in liveability, geospatial data analysis and research translation. She helped produce liveability indicators for Australian cities as part of Creating Liveable Cities in Australia

Her research seeks to capture the many values of urban green space and waterways by combining qualitative and quantitative methods from public health, urban ecology and social science. She strives to align her work to the needs of policymakers, and aims to have a positive impact on open space planning in Melbourne and beyond. 

On the side, Julianna is a research officer specialising in liveability, geospatial data analysis and research translation. She helped produce liveability indicators for Australian cities as part of Creating Liveable Cities in Australia

Julianna has a Masters of Science in Botany and a Bachelor of Environments (Hons) in Environmental Science from the University of Melbourne.


Supervisors

Dr Melanie Davern

Dr Cecily Maller

Dr Leila Mahmoudi Farahani

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