DR Anne Suryani

DR Anne Suryani




    • Anne holds a PhD in Educational Psychology from Monash University with a Mollie Holman Medal for the best doctoral thesis in 2014. She is currently a Research Fellow at the Centre for Vocational and Educational Policy, Melbourne Graduate School of Education. Anne has been working in a number of educational projects in Australia and Indonesia focusing on teacher motivation, teacher education, teacher professional development, vocational education, assessment and curriculum. She has received a number of awards, scholarships and grants from international institutions for her research, publications, and professional developments. orcid.org/0000-0002-5338-2052   


    Member of

    • American Educational Research Association. Member 2013 -
    • Australian Association for Research in Education. Member 2013 -
    • Australia Awards Alumni Reference Group. Member 2009 - 2016


    Selected publications


    Additional Grant Information

    • • Life and career skills development among senior secondary students, Australasian Curriculum, Assessment and Certification Authorities/ACACA (with Prof. John Polesel and A/Prof. Shelley Gillis). • Review of vocational education and training delivered to secondary students, NSW Department of Education (with Prof. John Polesel, A/Prof. Shelley Gillis, Dr Mary Leahy, Dr Gosia Klatt and Dr Stanley Koh) • Identifying best practice in vocational education and training in NSW, NSW Schools Consortium (with Prof. John Polesel) • Research into senior secondary education in Australia, Australian Government Department of Education and Training, 2018 (with Prof. John Polesel, A/Prof. Shelley Gillis, Dr Mary Leahy and Dr Stanley Koh)    


    Education and training

    • PhD, Monash University 2015
    • MEd, Monash University 2008
    • MSc, University of Indonesia 2003
    • BSc, University of Indonesia 1997

    Awards and honors

    • MGSE Research Partnership Excellence Award with Prof. John Polesel & A/Prof. Shelley Gillis, 2019
    • Indonesia Democracy Hallmark Research Initiative Collaborative Research Grant, 2019
    • MGSE Research Development Award, 2018
    • Sydney Southeast Asia Centre Travel Grant, 2016
    • Monash University, Mollie Holman Medal, 2015
    • Australia Awards Alumni Reference Group Grant, 2015
    • AERA International Travel Award, 2014
    • AERA Motivation in Education SIG Travel Award, 2014
    • Monash University, Postgraduate Publications Award, 2014
    • AARE Motivation and Learning SIG Student Presentation Award, 2013
    • Australian Scholarships Group Travel Grant, 2012
    • College of Asia-Pacific, Australian National University, Asia-Pacific Week Scholarship, 2008
    • Australia Indonesia Partnership for Reconstruction and Development, Australian Partnership Scholarship, 2006