Month: November 2022

  1. 2023 Philanthropic Funding Opportunities

    State Trustees Australia Foundation State Trustees are seeking submissions that: destigmatise mental ill‐health; support advocacy and education campaigns; have a prevention rather than crisis-response focus; are innovative and take a systems view; treat integration and normalisation of mental health as central elements of other service systems; promote cross‐sector collaboration; provide an evidence base that interventions/preventions […]

  2. STE Dialogue: Prof Tom Popkewitz & Prof Fazal Rizvi (Dec 12, 3.00-5.00pm)

    Social Transformations in Education will be hosting a ‘round table’ of informal conversations with Professor Tom Popkewitz (University Wisconsin-Madison) and Professor Fazal Rizvi (University of Melbourne). Professor Tom Popkewitz’s work is concerned with the cultural politics of education knowledge and its comparative reason and the social epistemology of curriculum, pedagogy and research as practices that […]

  3. Extended! 2023 Seed and Collaborative Funding Schemes Open until Thursday 8 December 10AM!

    We have extended the closing dates for both the Seed Funding Scheme and the Collaborative Research Development Scheme New deadline: Thursday 8 December at 10am Guidelines for both schemes and FAQ can be found at the MGSE Internal Grants site Applications for the Seed Funding Scheme can be accessed via SmartyGrants. Applications for the Collaborative […]

  4. NATSIHEC/NATSIPA Conference 22-23 November 2022, Melbourne

    The conference is open to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and students. It is free and participants can attend online or in person at Swinburne University, Melbourne. The conference does have a strong early career academic and postgraduate student focus, however, will also be interesting for those: looking to undertake postgraduate studies; work […]

  5. ARC Review Consultation (due internally 23 Nov): Your input to the University’s submission

    The Commonwealth Department of Education has released its Consultation Paper on the Review of the ARC. This is an important opportunity to engage with the Australian Government on the funding of research and the University of Melbourne will make a submission. Given the tight turnaround of this consultation, and to encourage as wide participation as possible, Chancellery Research […]

  6. Durham University – Addison Wheeler Fellowships for Early Career Researchers

    Durham University invites applications for three Addison Wheeler Fellowships, 36-month postdoctoral positions commencing on 1 October 2023. This scheme is intended to provide early career researchers of outstanding promise with an opportunity to complete a major project. It is open to scholars from any discipline and of any nationality.  Prospective applicants must hold a doctoral degree […]

  7. Global Trends & Opportunities For Impact Seminar

    As mentioned in Prof Jenny Lewis’ keynote at the MGSE Research Conference, Research Impact is central to the goals of Advancing Melbourne 2030, and also features significantly in revisions to the University of Melbourne Academic Performance Framework from 2023. The RDU is offering the following interactive presentation on how to generate and sustain measurable social […]

  8. Feedback Requested for the Updated Authorship Policy

    The University is proposing significant changes to the Authorship Policy (MPF1181) and invites review and feedback from the University community. This review seeks to better align the Authorship Policy with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research(2018), accompanying Authorship Guide, and the University of Melbourne Policy Framework (MPF1308). The draft Authorship Policy is accompanied by an Information Sheet providing more detail about the […]

  9. Toward Justice and Belonging in Early Childhood Teacher Education: A Moral and Ethical Imperative

    As part of the Global Childhoods Seminar Series, Professor Mariana Souto-Manning, from the Erikson Institute in Chicago will explore the commitment to pursue justice and foster belonging in early childhood teaching and teacher education as a moral and ethical imperative for the profession. Date: Thursday 1 December 2022 Time: 5.00-6.30pm Venue: Kwong Lee Dow Building, […]

  10. MGSE Graduate Researchers & Supervisors End of Year Celebration Event

    All MGSE Graduate Researchers and their research supervisors are invited to attend.  This will be a fantastic opportunity to meet fellow GRs and academic staff and to celebrate the achievement of our recently graduated GRs Date: Monday 5th DecemberVenue: The Piazza, Studio 5, Kwong Lee Dow Building, level 5Time: 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Food […]

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