Rosie is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education at Monash University. Her research focuses on the socio-cultural and material complexities of health across school, teacher education, institutional, government, cultural and community settings. Her work draws from a range of disciplines: design, sociology, cultural studies and education to apply critical and creative responses to social challenges. Her work has examined the formations of public pedagogy, media, curriculum, Indigenous-settler relations, gardens and places of learning in peoples' everyday experiences especially in relation to health, food studies, wellbeing and the environment. Rosie leads the Faculty of Education research group Plants, Place and Pedagogy, has lead edited published collections on environmental attunement in health education. She has been invited to speak at and contribute to a number of state, national and international sociological, curriculum, health and educational projects.