September 9, 2016
Sue bridged cultural and discipline divides as easily as she mentored and engaged those around her in deep and lasting change. I first met her as the new DVCR at UTS and was at once struck by how personable she was and at how an obviously insatiable intellect was tempered with such good humour. What followed were several years of intensely productive, progressive work geared to changing the nature of research at UTS, all the while accompanied by this same wry and gentle humour. Like many of my colleagues at UTS, I learnt so much from Sue and can only send my deepest sympathies to her family and friends.