Katelin Ryle joined the business team in February this year with the responsibility of organising and coordinating content across our various social media presences. Her role involves telling the team’s story to the public in ways that captive and interact with the audience, exploring different ways of achieving a higher post reach and analysing post statistics to gain an insight of what content appeals to an audience. She’s currently in her third year studying a Bachelor of Information Technology (Digital Media) here at Flinders University.
“I was presented with this exciting opportunity to work with the team as work placement for my degree this year, which has allowed me to gain valuable experience in not only managing various social media platforms for an organisation, but also insight into the workings of a business.. all whilst working towards completing my degree.”
Sean McShane has provided technical assistance to the team since 2016, his addition to the Business Team has not gone unnoticed. His role spans across many areas including sponsorship, events, media and marketing and web development. He is currently in his second year studying a Bachelor of Information Technology.
“This project has allowed me to experience many different opportunities whilst studying these things include working with external partners to seek sponsorship and building a web presence that attracts people and shares the story of the team.”
Sean has a passion for sharing the story and building a web presence that people find attractive. This also inspires him to continue working for himself doing freelance web design and promotional media.
Bradley Kirk is one of the many inspired and passionate students volunteering their time to work on achieving the teams goals. His roles within the team include providing information on general design capabilities of solar cells, coordinating with other team members on the design of the solar array, and contacting those who provide the desired cells for our vehicle.
Outside of the team, Bradley is an undergraduate student studying a Bachelor of Science (Honours) –enhanced program for high achievers, doubling majoring in Physics and Chemistry.
“I having a large passion towards science and its pursuit in expanding our knowledge of the universe as a whole, resulting in the interest in the research field of photovoltaic solar cells.”
Before joining the team, Bradley has been involved in a variety of research projects as an undergraduate intern, relating to both photovoltaic cells and photo catalysts. This has provided him with the valuable knowledge that he seeks in relation to PV cells and their capabilities.
“I see PV cells as potentially replacing fossil fuels in Australia, allowing the achievement of 100% renewable energy for our country, and even the world.”