Parkville is the main campus of the University of Melbourne. SEFS staff and students are located in the Western Annexe of the Baldwin Spencer Building (no 113) in the north of the campus, adjacent to Union House. The site is near the main University gym and has easy access to the cultural life of the city of Melbourne with parks, cafes, pubs, restaurants and music venues nearby.
Teaching at Parkville
SEFS staff at Parkville teach into the Bachelor of Environments and Bachelor of Science undergraduate degrees and teach subjects on campus offered in the Master of Environment, Master of Forest Ecosystem Science and Master of Science programs. Staff actively collaborate with leading academics in other faculties and disciplines to deliver innovative, inter-disciplinary learning opportunities. SEFS staff provide academic leadership to the cross-faculty Master of Environment program and deliver field based subjects in Victoria and South East Asia.
Research at Parkville
SEFS research at Parkville encompasses Environmental Social Sciences and the Forests and Water Research Groups. Research areas include landscape sociology, environmental psychology, human behaviour and the environment, community-based natural resource management, forest and climate change policy and forest hydrology and catchment management. Research fellows and students come from across the world to pursue their interests with leading researchers. Researchers actively collaborate with partners in government, land management agencies and industries to ensure their research makes a difference to policy and practice.