Research Support Officer
Patrick McMahon Glynn Institute
Phone: +61 2 9739 2184
Samantha Dunnicliff commenced as Research Support Officer of the PM Glynn Institute in June 2016. Samantha brings high-level administrative and research skills to the role. Samantha also has a keen interest in ancient history and archaeology, politics and English literature. Prior to joining ACU, Samantha worked for seven years as a Clerk in a boutique building and construction Law Firm in Parramatta, NSW. Samantha is also currently undertaking a Doctor of Philosophy in Egyptian Art and Archaeology at Macquarie University.
- BAncHist (Honours – 1st Class), Macquarie University, 2010.
- Peter Merity Building and Construction Lawyers, 2009 – 2016.
- Dunnicliff, S., “Marsh Activities” in McFarlane, A. & Mourad, A. ed. Behind the Scenes: Daily Life in Old Kingdom Egypt (Oxford, 2012).