The Tutors are also residents at Medley Hall and provide academic support and pastoral care for students ensuring their well being is looked after.
Caleb is a proud Wulli-Wulli man who grew up in Brisbane, Queensland. Caleb is currently studying a Master of Development Studies at the University of Melbourne, having completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) from Griffith University. He works in the property sector focusing on climate transformations, sustainability governance and First Nations economic development. He also enjoys playing competitive volleyball, connecting with people and discovering delicious foods.
Amba-Rose is a proud Gumbaynggirr nyami from the mid-north coast of NSW. Amba-Rose is currently working as an Associate at PwC's Indigenous Consulting and is the Subject Co-Coordinator for a first year arts subject at the University of Melbourne. Amba-Rose completed her undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the University of Melbourne, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2016 and a Master of Public Health degree in 2019. Amba-Rose is passionate about the empowerment of her Indigenous community, and is fascinated by the intersection of Indigenous ways of caring for Country and environmental sustainability. This is Amba-Rose and her partner Caleb's third year as residential tutors at Medley Hall.
Damien is a PhD student in Applied Biology & Biotechnology (Ecotoxicology). He studied B.Sc. (Applied Chemistry) and Master of Environmental Science and Technology at RMIT University. He has lived at Medley Hall for 5 years and speaks four languages. He is always happy for a good conversation about science and technology, religion, music, and sports (particularly English Premier League/soccer).
Monika is a PhD candiate studying globalisation and higher education at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. Before coming to Melbourne, Monika completed a Bachelor of Education (Primary) (Honours I) at the University of Sydney and worked as a primary school teacher in both NSW government and International Baccaluareate schools. She is passionate about quality education, bushwalking, gardening and good food.
Lieutenant (ret.) Dr Adam Z. Seet
Adam Z. Seet is a current academic at the University of Melbourne. He has attained a B.SocScCoun (ACU), M.Coun (Monash), GradDip.EdRes (Monash) and has recently been awarded a PhD in Social Psychology (UOM). He has published numerous works, having contributed original research to well-ranked local and international academic journals. Adam has experience working as a student welfare therapist, as a pioneer platoon commander in the military, and as a current part-time HVAC technician. He currently provides pastoral care and academic support to students in Medley Hall and other residential colleges. Adam enjoys helping and continuing to learn from others. He also runs, hikes, attends raves, loves having a laugh, and meeting new people.