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Jen Bond is a social scientist and joined CSU in September 2016. Her research lies within the field of rural development, focussing on natural resource conflict management (particularly human-wildlife conflict) and agricultural development in Asia Pacific.

Jen completed her PhD in Rural Development from the University of Copenhagen in 2013, with her thesis focussing on conflict and governance (human-wildlife conflict, pastoral conflict, agro-pastoral conflict) within rural, semi-arid, agro-pastoral landscapes in Kenya, through a human security lens.

Prior to this, Jen completed her MSc. Agricultural Development in 2009, also at the University of Copenhagen, with her thesis focussing on the behavioural dimensions of pesticide use by Indigenous vegetable farmers in Jharkhand, India. Other Masters-level fieldwork was undertaken within an Indigenous Iban community in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Directly prior to starting at CSU, Jen undertook an Australian Endeavour Fellowship (Postdoctoral) at Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry, Vietnam (March-August 2016), where she was also based as a volunteer on the Australian Volunteers for International Development program (2013-2014). This postdoctoral research used visual methods to explore farmers' pest management perceptions and practices and pesticide governance, as well as an investigation into the gendered-dimensions of rice production and policy at the nexus of climate change adaptation.  

Jen also has professional experience within the Victorian grains industry, firstly as a graduate on the (then) Department of Primary Industries' Graduate Program, based in Horsham, Swan Hill and Hamilton (2004-2010) and later as a Program Manager at Mallee Sustainable Farming in Mildura (2015). While with DPI, Jen completed her G.Dip Rural Systems Management through the University of Queensland (2007), building on her extension professional practice. Jen also holds a B.Agricultural Science (Hons) from the University of Melbourne (2004), during which she undertook a final year project into the herbicide resistance of soybean cells in Thailand.

In 2015-2016 Jen was a Sessional Postgraduate Lecturer at Marcus Oldham College, teaching the 'Thought Leadership through Research' and 'Case Studies in Global Agribusiness' subjects as part of the online MSc. Agribusiness.

Research Interests

  • Rural Development
  • Natural resource conflict 
  • Agricultural development

Education/Academic qualification

Higher Education Learning & Teaching, Graduate Certificate, Deakin University

20152017

Award Date: 21 Jun 2017

Doctor of Philosophy (Rural Development), University of Copenhagen

20102013

Award Date: 05 Jul 2013

Master of Science (Agricultural Development), University of Copenhagen

20072009

Award Date: 06 Jul 2009

Graduate Diploma (Rural Systems Management), University of Queensland

20042007

Award Date: 18 Jul 2007

Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Honours), University of Melbourne

20002003

Award Date: 03 Apr 2004

External positions

Visiting Scholar, Hue University of Agriculture & Forestry

Mar 2016Aug 2016

Climate Change Research Officer, Hue University of Agriculture & Forestry

Aug 2013Jul 2014

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