CHE Melbourne



The University of Melbourne Node of CHE is led by Dr Una McIlvenna. The Deputy Leader for the Node is TBC.


The University of Melbourne Node of CHE is led by Foundation Chief Investigator Professor Stephanie TriggProfessor Jane DavidsonFoundation Deputy Director and Chief Investigator serves as the Deputy Leader for the Node.

Node members include Professor Charles Zika.


The University of Melbourne Node of CHE was led by Chief Investigators Professor Jane Davidson, Professor Stephanie Trigg and Professor Charles Zika. Professor Trigg led the centre-wide Shaping the Modern research program, and Professor Davidson led the Performance program. Professor Zika conducted research in both the Change and Meanings programs.

With strong interdisciplinary links to  the School of Culture and Communication, the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, and the Melbourne Conservatory of Music, CHE Melbourne hosted a wide variety of CHE Associate Investigator projects, ten CHE postdoctoral researchers, one CHE senior research fellow and five CHE doctoral candidates, as well as numerous University of Melbourne Research Support projects.

CHE Melbourne acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work, the land of the Wurundjeri People.

Meet our world-class academic research team