Samantha Marangell

Associate Lecturer

Melbourne CSHE

Samantha is involved in research projects that encompass the student experience, including university student wellbeing and the 2017 nationwide survey of university student finances.

Samantha Marangell is an Associate Lecturer in Higher Education at the Melbourne CSHE. She is involved in a number of professional development programs. Samantha is involved in research projects that encompass the student experience, including university student wellbeing and the 2017 nationwide survey of university student finances.

Samantha holds a BA in Child and Adolescent Development from California State University Northridge, an EdM in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and an MA in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from Melbourne Graduate School of Education. She is completing her PhD at the Melbourne CSHE, focusing on students’ experiences of the internationalisation of higher education.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Marangell, S., Arkoudis, S., Baik, C. (2018). Developing a host culture for international students: What does it take? Journal of International Students, 8(3), 1440-1458.

Arkoudis, S., Marangell, S., Baik, C., Patrick, C., Bexley, E., & James, R. (2018). University student finances 2017. Sydney: Universities Australia.

Marangell, S. (2018). LMS review: Detailed survey analysis report “If you could improve one thing about the LMS, what would it be”? Internal University of Melbourne report.

Larcombe, W., Baik, C., Marangell, S., & Larcombe, L. (2018). What can be done to improve student mental wellbeing? An analysis of participant recommendations from the 2017 Student Wellbeing surveys. Internal University of Melbourne report.