- Dr Gabor Neuman (Postdoctoral Fellow) - Indirect biological control of the Yellow Crazy Ant on Christmas Island, Indian Ocean.
- Luke O'Loughlin (PhD) - Invader-invader mutualism facilitates secondary invasions in rainforest on Christmas Island.
- Raelene Kwong (PhD) - Modelling the determinants of weed abundance and the potential impact of introduced natural enemies on Sagittaria platyphylla, an introduced aquatic weed from the United States.
- Breanna Turner (Hons) - Ox-eye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare) in the Victorian Alps - passenger of driver of change?
- Rohan Ball (Hons) - Does the allelopathic effect of invasive Sweet Vernal Grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum) vary across soil type?
- Dr Andre Messina (PhD 2013) – A taxonomic assessment of Olearia section Asterotriche.
- Dr Sarah Wittman (Postdoc 2009-2012) - Indirect biological control of the Yellow Crazy Ant on Christmas Island, Indian Ocean.
- Juan Hernandez (Hons 2012) - Do birds pollinate Acacia terminalis, and do ants exploit this mutualism?
- Jess Hill (Hons 2010) - Do functional traits influence species performance? An analysis of functional traits and demographic rates of subtropical rainforest trees.
- Karen Muscat (Hons 2009) - A morphometric study of variation within Dianella tasmanica Lam ex. Juss, and the recognition of three new taxa.
- Anna Richtarik (Hons 2009) - Aliens are more responsive than natives to increased availability of Nitrogen.
- Luke O'Loughlin (Hons 2009) - Plant community changes associated with Leptospermum laevigatum invasion and senescence on the Yanakie Isthmus, Wilsons Promontory.
- Erika Cross (Hons 2009) - The characteristics of natives and invaders: a trait-based investigation into the theory of limiting similarity.