Stephanie Rosestone

PhD Student

Stephanie is a registered teacher and experienced project and volunteer manager, delivering a diverse range of programs across schools, cultural institutions and natural resource management organisations. For 14 years she designed and delivered learning programs, resources and participatory experiences in Museums and was a committee member for the State and National Education Networks for the Australian Museum and Galleries Association. In 2020 she received a Women’s Board Leadership Program Scholarship from the Victorian Government and completed a Foundations of Directorship Course with the Australian Institute of Company Directors in 2021.

More recently Stephanie has worked in Catchment Management, leading a team and projects spanning Sustainable Agriculture, Landcare and Waterway Citizen Science. In 2022 she undertook a research project with ANU to understand the perspective of futures and foresight practitioners on the role of futures thinking in water management. Currently, she is extending her research into futures thinking to explore how transformative learning experiences in futures literacy impacts decision making in water governance.

Research interests

  • Futures literacy
  • Transformative learning
  • Creativity and imagination in decision-making
  • Environmental governance