Month: February 2023

  1. Laura Bassi Scholarship

    The Laura Bassi Scholarship was established by Editing Press in 2018 with the aim of providing editorial assistance to postgraduates and junior academics whose research focuses on neglected topics of study, broadly construed. The scholarships are open to every discipline and the next round of funding will be awarded in Spring (northern hemisphere) 2023:Spring 2023Application […]

  2. The Melbourne Climate Futures Academy Seminar Series – The Visual Life of Climate Change

    8 Mar 2023, 12:30pm-1:30pm Online, and In-Person (Steve Howard Room, 5206, Level 5, Melbourne Connect) Presented by Dr Saffron O’Neill (University of Exeter, UK) Register:  About this Event Images are everywhere. They play a key role in the media: they are vivid and emotive tools drawing us in to a topic, helping us to remember […]

  3. On Today – Need Help with Your Find an Expert Profile?

    Do you struggle with trying to create and/or update your Find an Expert (FaE) profile? We will have a session with people in the know (Business Services) to explain how FaE works and how to create/update your profile. There will be a brief intro about FaE and then they will try and answer or direct […]

  4. MGSE Early Childhood Research Support Scheme 2023 — Now Open

    Applications are now open for the MGSE Early Childhood Research Support Scheme 2023.  This new MGSE scheme aims to support the next generation of MGSE researchers; foster collaborations; and enhance research impact in early childhood. Its primary objectives are to: The Scheme will fund individual research projects for up to $5,000 and team-based research projects for up to $20,000, to be […]

  5. INEI Online Seminar: “Can We Universalize Localized Peace Education?” (25 Feb, 12am [Registrations by 23 Feb, 8pm])

    Featuring INEI partners MGSE, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Hiroshima University. Hosted by Hiroshima University’s INEI Committee and Educational Vision Research Institute (EVRI), this symposium will discuss the universality of localized peace education. Peace Education in Hiroshima has been developed as anti-war, or more specifically anti-nuclear weapon education. We learn, indeed, the cruelty of the atomic bomb from […]

  6. Ian Potter Foundation Community Wellbeing and Early Childhood Develop Grants – Opening Soon

    The Ian Potter Foundation Community Wellbeing and Early Childhood Develop grant rounds will open on 6 March and close on 30 March. Advancement is coordinating an EOI process: please provide a simple outline of your project, with particular focus on partnerships and funding breakdown via this form by 6 March – and also let the […]

  7. MGSE AG Research Roundtables Starts Today!

    You are all welcomed to our first research roundtable and encourage you all to attend to engage in a wider conversation around research currently driving discovery and knowledge advancement in each of our Academic Groups. The series kicks off today with the Educational Leadership Academic Group. Time 12-1pm Room Q418 Light catering will be provided […]

  8. Graduate Women Victoria – Scholarships & Bursaries 2023

    Applications close 31 March 2023 Graduate Women Victoria offers an annual program of scholarships and bursaries to female students enrolled in Victorian universities. For full details of the awards and how to apply, go to the GWV website. Category Scholarship/Bursary Amount Masters by Coursework, Research Bursary $3,500 *Judith Rodriguez Bursary $5,000 *May Kentish Scholarship $7,000 […]

  9. GR Opportunity to be part of the UNESCO ISEE Assessment Workshop March 2, 2023

    The International Science and Evidence based Education (ISEE) Assessment was an initiative of the UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP), UNESCO’s first category 1 Institute of Education in the Asia Pacific region. The report brought together 300 transdisciplinary experts from 45 countries to provide a scientifically robust and evidence-based […]

  10. MGSE AG Research Roundtables (starting noon, 22 February)

    MGSE is launching a new series of roundtables on the last Wednesday of each month, 12-1pm, to provide a space for any academics and graduate researchers across the school to engage in a wider conversation around research currently driving discovery and knowledge advancement in each of our Academic Groups. Each month features a different Academic […]

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