Dr Nonie May is the node administrator at the Monash University node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision Making and Society (ADM+S).

Nonie May holds a PhD in Cinema Studies from the University of Melbourne, and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English from the University of Western Australia. Her doctoral research, entitled Sight, Sound, Touch: The Sensory Child of Contemporary Cinema, examines the aesthetics of childhood in contemporary independent American cinema.

Nonie also works as a Teaching Associate for the University of Melbourne in Screen and Cultural Studies.

Nonie has previously worked as a Research Project Coordinator for The Re-Worlding Chinese Transnationalisms Symposium, as a Research Assistant for the Research Unit in Public Cultures, and as a sessional tutor, lecturer, and research assistant, at the University of Melbourne and at RMIT.