Nathalie is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the School of Arts and Humanities.
Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Western Australia, 2014.
Master of Electronic Marketing and Information Management, The University of Western Australia, 2006.
Graduate Certificate of Business (eBusiness & Communication), Swinburne University of Technology, 2003.
Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment, Other WA registered training organisation, 2002.
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, United States of America, 1996.
Recent Publications (within the last five years)
Collins, N., Glabe, H., Mizerski, D., Murphy, J., (2015), Identifying Customer Evangelists. Brand Meaning Management: Review of Marketing Research, 12(10), 175-206, Bingley, United Kingdom, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, DOI: 10.1108/S1548-643520150000012007.
Collins, N., Murphy, J., (2013), Towards A Folk Taxonomy of Popular New Media Marketing Terms. The 11th APac-CHRIE Conference Proceedings, 1-10, Macau, University of Macau.
Collins, N., (2013), The Road to Damascus Leads to One Infinite Loop: An Introspective Adventure into Apple Computer Customer Evangelism. The 11th APac-CHRIE Conference Proceedings, 1-21, Macau, University of Macau.
Collins, N., (2012), Can Retail Liminal Space/Places Transcend Gender Segmentation?. Gender, Marketing and Consumer Behaviour: 11th Conference Proceedings, 84-93, Queenstown, New Zealand, Association for Consumer Research.