University of south pacific
Sunil has over 7 years of tertiary teaching experience with a strong science background. He has taught several undergraduate courses via face to face, blended and flexi school modes at the USP Alafua, Emalus, Laucala and Tonga campuses. In addition, he has experience with cohort teaching, as part of the Science Teachers Accelerated Program in Samoa and taught short courses in Australia. Prior to joining School of Education, he was based at the USP Alafua campus in Samoa. Sunil also has 2 years of experience working as an Education Technologist for the Centre for Flexible Learning at USP.
Science Education, Curriculum development, E-learning, Learning analytics , Plant Pathology, Biosecurity, Ecology, Sustainable Agriculture .
Singh, S.K., Paini, D.R., Ash, G.J. & Hodda, M. (2014) Prioritising plant-parasitic nematode species for biosecurity risk assessment using self organising maps. Biological Invasions. 16:1515-1530 DOI 10.1007/s10530-013-0588-7
Singh, S. K., Hodda M, Ash, G. J. & Banks, N. C. (2013) Plant-parasitic nematodes as invasive species: characteristics, uncertainty and biosecurity implications. Annals of Applied Biology 163: 323-350
Singh, S. K., Hodda, M. & Ash, G. J. (2015) Keeping ‘one step ahead’ of invasive species: Using an integrated framework to screen and target species for detailed biosecurity risk assessment. Biological Invasions. 17:1069-1086 DOI 10.1007/s10530-014-0776-0