Ms Natasha Heap
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Natasha Heap has been involved in the aviation industry for over 20 years. After receiving her commercial pilot licence in 1998 at the Royal Newcastle Aero Club she has worked as a flight instructor, charter pilot, search and rescue pilot and a Training Captain for QantasLink – Australia’s largest regional airline. She is now a Lecturer in Aviation at the University of Southern Queensland, bringing a wealth of industry experience to the tertiary sector and is driven to connect theoretical approaches to a practical application in the industry.
Natasha’s research interests are multidisciplinary. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Ancient History from Macquarie University and a Master of Philosophy in Biological Anthropology from James Cook University. Her research focus is on historic aviation, aviation archaeology, biological anthropology, dental anthropology, forensic anthropology and archaeology, with a current focus on the application of forensic archaeological methods in the area of air accident investigation.
|Lecturer||University of Southern Queensland||2020||2023|
AVN1104 Introduction to Human Factors
AVN3101 ADvanced Human Factors in Aviation
Fields of Research
- 430102. Archaeology of Asia, Africa and the Americas
- 430399. Historical studies not elsewhere classified
- 440103. Biological (physical) anthropology