Dianne Jolley is the Dean of Science at The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), Australia and a Professor in environmental chemistry and toxicology. She uses a range of chemical and biological techniques to investigate the impacts of contaminants on biological systems and understand their mechanisms of toxicity, particularly metals in freshwater and coastal environments.
Professor Jolley has expertise in leadership and senior management, with a background in STEMM research and teaching which was supported by collaborations with multidisciplinary partners from government, industry and higher education. She has insight into national science, research and education sectors, and an established network in academia, government and industry.
Dianne is a strong advocate for STEMM and passionate about education and the environment. She is a fellow of Royal Australian Chemical Institute, member of Science Technology Australia, and the international Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.