Master of Arts (Science and Technology Studies), Deakin University, 2000.
Doctor of Philosophy in the Field of Agriculture, The University of Queensland, 1992.
Bachelor of Science (First Class Honours), Murdoch University, 1986.
Recent Research Grants
Putting the public back into public health: Visual communication of public health data for public understanding - Needle and Syringe Exchange Programs - A design approach, Department of Health WA, Scholarships to Support Industry Engagement PhD Projects,
2014 - 2018, $39,000.
Reimagining Perth's Lost Wetlands, Edith Cowan University, ECU Industry Collaboration Grant - 2014 (Round 2),
2014 - 2016, $76,334.
Using community engagement and enhanced visual information to promote FireWatch satellite communication as a support for collaborative decision-making, Australian Research Council, Grant - Linkage (Projects),
2012 - 2016, $487,368.
Recent Publications (within the last five years)
Green, L., Brady, D., (2013), Young people online. A companion to new media dynamics, 461-471, West Sussex, UK, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
Haimes, P., Medley, S., Brady, D., Baba, T., (2016), Exploring community attitudes towards sharing of bushfire information online. Journal of Disaster Research, 11(3), 552-558, Tokyo, Fuji Technology Press, DOI: 10.20965/jdr.2016.p0552.
Pietracatella, R., Brady, D., (2016), Drink wisely Australians, but keep drinking: does the alcohol industry in Australia frame the discourse on alcohol to maintain hegemony?. Media International Australia, 160(1), 53-66, SAGE Publications Inc., DOI: 10.1177/1329878X16651136.
Ryan, J., Brady, D., Kueh, C., (2015), Where Fanny Balbuk Walked: Re-imagining Perth?s Wetlands. M/C Journal, 18(6), online, Kelvin Grove, Queensland, Australia, Queensland University of Technology.
Green, L., Brady, D., (2013), Do Australian children trust their parents more than peers when seeking support for online activities?. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 28(1), 112-122, London, UK, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/10304312.2013.854866.
Brady, D., Webb, N., (2013), Communicating bushfire safety in Australia: the challenge for government of increasing community participation. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 23(2), 355-369, SAGE Publications, DOI: 10.1177/1326365X13517191.
Holloway, D., Green, L., Brady, D., (2013), FireWatch: Creative Responses to Bushfire Catastrophes. M/C Journal, 16(1), online, Brisbane.
Vidyarini, TN., Brady, D., (2012), Cultural Diplomacy as Public Relations in an Indonesian Consulate in Australia. Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal, 13(2), 27-34, Melbourne, Deakin University.
Barwood, D., Brady, D., Jones, A., Strickland, M., Blane, S., (2017), Creating an understanding of the UV Index amongst pre-service teachers. Proceedings of the 30th ACHPER International Conference: Participation in an active and healthy life: Valuing the participant voice, 46-53, Flinders Park, South Australia, Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
Holloway, D., Green, L., Brady, D., (2013), 0-8: Young children's Internet use. Refereed Proceedings of the 2013 Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference:, 11p, Perth, WA, Australian and New Zealand Communication Association.
Haimes, P., Brady, D., Clarkson, B., Medley, S., (2013), Engaging with communities as a design process: redesigning the FireWatch interface. Earth: Fire & Rain - Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference 2013, 107-124, Nerang, Queensland, AST Management Pty Ltd.
Brady, D., Holloway, D., Green, L., (2012), Firewatch: Use of satellite imagery by remote communities in northern Australia for fire risk communications. Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Cultural Attitudes towards Technology and Communication (CATaC) 2012, 372-382, Perth, Australia, School of Information Technology, Murdoch University.
Non-Traditional Research Outputs
Giblett, R., Ryan, J., Saraswati, A., Murray, J., Brady, D., Kueh, C., (2014), Reimagining Perth's Lost Wetlands Exhibition. Reimagining Perth's Lost Wetlands, Perth Town Hall.
Brady, D., Ferguson, N., (2012), Embody - Editorial. M/C A Journal of Media and Culture, Brisbane, QUT.
Green, L., Brady, D., Holloway, D., Staksrud, E., Olafsson, K., (2013), What bothers Australian kids online? Children comment on bullies, porn and violence., Australia, ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation.
Green, L., Olafsson, K., Brady, D., Smahel, D., (2012), Excessive internet use among Australian children. Summary report., Australia, ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation.
Research Student Supervision
Master of Arts by Research, Peel, Fondle, Ogle. An Exhibition. - And - Unfixed Parameters: A Creative Arts Praxis Investigation Of The In-between Conditions Of The Corporeal Body. An Exegesis.
Doctor of Philosophy, Chinese Diaspora And Western Australian Nature (perth Region): A Study Of Material Engagement With The Natural World In Diasporic Culture
Doctor of Philosophy, A Leap In The Dark: Identity, Culture And The Trauma Of War Mediated Through The Visual Art Of North-east European Migrants And Emigres To Australia After 1945
Master of Arts by Research, Public Relations Crisis Management During The Melamine-tainted Milk Crisis In China
Doctor of Philosophy, Drawn From Artists' Lives: An Empirical Study Of The Situation And Realisation Of Professional Visual Art Practices In The Western Australian Field Of Cultural Production.
Doctor of Philosophy, Brand And Public Relations In Taiwanese Not-for Profit- Sector: A Case Study Of The Eden Social Welfare Foundation.
Master of Arts, A Comparative Study Of Indigenous People's And Early European Settlers' Usage Of Three Perth Wetlands, Western Australia 1829 -1939
Doctor of Philosophy, Designing For Communities In Bushfire-prone Situations: Redesigning The Firewatch Website Interface.
Doctor of Philosophy, A Study Of Walking And Walkability Through A Spatial Justice/spatial Practice Framework, In Maylands, Western Australia
Doctor of Philosophy, Directing Through Dialogue: A Theatre Director's Exploration Of Leadership