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2021-04-01Conceptualising transdisciplinary integration as a multidimensional interactive processPohl, C; Klein, JT; Hoffmann, S; Mitchell, C; Fam, D
2021Tertiary institutions and transdisciplinary living labs as a safe space to fall and skin your kneesFam, D; Mellick Lopes, A; Mitchell, C; Fam, D; O'Rourke, M
2021Transdisciplinary learning within tertiary institutions-A space to skin your kneesFam, D; Lopes, AM; Mitchell, C
2020-05A Research Agenda for the Future of Urban Water Management: Exploring the Potential of Nongrid, Small-Grid, and Hybrid Solutions.Hoffmann, S; Feldmann, U; Bach, PM; Binz, C; Farrelly, M; Frantzeskaki, N; Hiessl, H; Inauen, J; Larsen, TA; Lienert, J; Londong, J; Lüthi, C; Maurer, M; Mitchell, C; Morgenroth, E; Nelson, KL; Scholten, L; Truffer, B; Udert, KM
2019-12-06Exploring Julie Thompson Klein's Framework to Analyze Boundary Work, Special Issue: Engaging and Extending the Work of Julie Thompson Klein,Pohl, C; Fam, D; Hoffman, S; Mitchell, C
2019-12-06Exploring Julie Thompson Klein's Framework for Analysis of Boundary WorkPohl, C; Fam, D; Hoffman, S; Mitchell, C
2019Pathogen flows in urban environments and their public health risks: A new conceptual approach to inform sanitation planningMills, F; Willetts, J; Petterson, S; Mitchell, C
2018-09-01Engaging stakeholders in research to address water–energy–food (WEF) nexus challengesHoolohan, C; Larkin, A; McLachlan, C; Falconer, R; Soutar, I; Suckling, J; Varga, L; Haltas, I; Druckman, A; Lumbroso, D; Scott, M; Gilmour, D; Ledbetter, R; McGrane, S; Mitchell, C; Yu, D
2018-08Transdisciplinarity at the Crossroads: Nurturing Individual and Collective LearningRiedy, C; Fam, DM; Ross, K; Mitchell, C
2018-05-28The influence of context and perception when designing out risks associated with non-potable urban water reuseMukheibir, P; Mitchell, C
2018-02-01Faecal pathogen flows and their public health risks in urban environments: A proposed approach to inform sanitation planningMills, F; Willetts, J; Petterson, S; Mitchell, C; Norman, G
2018-01-01Nurturing transdisciplinary graduate learning and skills through a community of practice approachRiedy, C; Mitchell, C; Willetts, J; Cunningham, I
2018-01-01Frameworks for transdisciplinary research framework #3Mitchell, C; Fam, D; Cordell, D
2018-01-01Transforming transdisciplinarity: An expansion of strong transdisciplinarity and its centrality in enabling effective collaborationRoss, K; Mitchell, C
2018Leveraging transformation with a polyarchy of learning edgesRoss, K; Mitchell, C; Welch, M; Marsick, V; Holt, D
2017-05-18Local recycled water in Sydney: what's happening and whyWatson, R; Mukheibir; Mitchell, C
2017-04-07Worldviews, A Mental Construct Hiding the Potential of Human Behaviour: A New Learning Framework to Guide Education for Sustainable DevelopmentDe La Sienra Servin, EE; Smith, T; Mitchell, C
2017-04-01The focal adhesion targeting domain of p130Cas confers a mechanosensing functionBradbury, PM; Turner, K; Mitchell, C; Griffin, KR; Middlemiss, S; Lau, L; Dagg, R; Taran, E; Cooper-White, J; Fabry, B; O'Neill, GM
2017-04-01Local recycled water in Sydney: A policy and regulatory tug-of-warWatson, R; Mukheibir, P; Mitchell, C
2017-01-01‘To be green, clean and beautiful is progressive’: reframing sustainability through transdisciplinary research and practice in northern Việt NamSmith, T; Fam, D; Palmer, J; Riedy, C; Mitchell, C