Dr Greenhill's key areas of research interest are in the areas of Networked Usage of Technology within Community, Organisational and Business settings. Under this broad theme she has specialised interests and is actively conducting research into technologically enable work, spatiality, and Internet/ World Wide Web Usage in Organisations. Dr Greenhill has a growing body of published work (more than 60 publications) ranging from examination of virtual space and the impact that new technological developments are having on organisations and people to the use of technology on techno-religious practice. Dr Greenhill recently carried out a research project for the National Coordinating Centre of Public Engagement (NCCPE) examining the engagement practices between Universities and Local Communities. Dr Greenhill has successfully supervised PhD and postgraduate students in these areas as well as establishing industry contacts from which grants can be collaborated with in the near future. Dr Greenhill has received mainstream media interest in research carried out on tribalism and conflict of online communities.