Darryl Stellmach is a Lecturer in Emergency Management at the School of Social Sciences, in the College of Arts, Law and Education.
Trained as a medical anthropologist, Darryl studies how complex institutions respond to large-scale human crisis. Prior to academia he spent 20 years in the humanitarian sector, most of that time with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) as a field coordinator and later research advisor. After completing his doctorate at the University of Oxford, he took up a postdoctoral appointment at the University of Sydney. He has been with UTas since February 2022.
|DPhil||Coordination in Crisis: The Practice of Medical Humanitarian Emergency||University of Oxford||UK||2016|
|MSc (w. distinction)||University of Oxford||UK||2009|
|BA (w. distinction)||University of Calgary||Canada||1998|
|BA||University of Calgary||Canada||1997|
Languages (other than English)
- Fellow, Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland
- Research Affiliate, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford
- Clinical Lecturer, Sydney School of Public Health, University of Sydney
As a former humanitarian field manager, Darryl has extensive experience in project, personnel, budget and security management in complex emergencies, having managed staffs of up to 500 people and budgets of up to EUR13 million.
Darryl is Unit Coordinator for HSP 102: Emergency Management Policy and Governance; HSP235: The Emergency Management Cycle; PEM 320: Decision-making in Emergency Management.