Month: March 2023

  1. Upcoming Philanthropic Grants for MGSE Researchers

    Some upcoming philanthropic grants that you may be interested to apply for. Please contact for further details. National Geographic Grants Program 2023: These grants (USD$50,001-$USD100,000) focus in part on how to bring human ingenuity into the classroom and other educational settings. Advancement is coordinating an EOI process. The full application grant deadline with the […]

  2. Human Ethics Drop-In Sessions

    The Human Ethics Drop-In Sessions are open to all staff and students each month on a Thursday for one hour. These scheduled sessions allow staff and students to discuss their human ethics application via Zoom and receive appropriate one-on-one advice on a first come, first served basis. Enquiries can be submitted through ServiceNow, including arranging an […]

  3. MGSE AG Research Roundtables (noon, 29 March)

    Join the Arts & Humanities Education Academic Group for this second research roundtable in MGSE’s new monthly series on the last Wednesday of each month, 12-1pm in L915. Following on from the Educational Leadership Academic Group‘s roundtable in February, these sessions aim to provide a regular but informal, collaborative opportunity for any academic or graduate researcher across […]

  4. Closing This Friday! MGSE Early Childhood Research Support Scheme 2023

    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 expended in 2023. […]

  5. Centre of AI & Digital Ethics 2023 Seed Funding Round

    Expressions of interest now open for CAIDE’s 2023 Seed Funding Round! CAIDE is looking for up to 5 projects exploring the ethical, legal, philosophical, scientific, tech or policy challenges of automated tools, providing expertise in a specific field. CAIDE will fund projects of up to $20,000. Each team must have two CI’s from differing CAIDE […]

  6. Upcoming research seminars: STE, Teacher Education, Arts & Humanities, and the Centre for Educational Justice (Chile)

    Critical Insights on Data Infrastructures in Education A/Prof Carlo Perrotta & Dr Steven Lewis (ACU) Join the Social Transformations & Education and Teacher Education Academic Groups to catch up on interesting insights on data infrastructures in education from Dr. Carlo Perrotta, speaking on “Harmful Infrastructures”, and Dr. Steven Lewis, speaking on “Platforms, Profits, and PISA […]

  7. Closing Tomorrow: MGSE Melbourne Strategic Scholarships 2023 EOIs

    The purpose of the Melbourne Strategic Scholarships (MSS) program is to support academics and graduate researchers within developing and existing long-term programs of research. Supervision teams are invited to submit an Expression of interest (EOI) for a MSS to support a full time PhD (commencing in 2023 or 2024) or full time DEd (commencing in […]

  8. Book Launch – Literary Knowing and the Making of English Teachers

    You are invited to attend the launch of a new book Literary Knowing and the Making of English Teachers When: Tuesday 4th April Time: 4.30-6.00 pm Where: Conference Room Level 9 Please register to attend at EventBrite link here This book explores, for the first time, the role of literature in shaping English teachers’ […]

  9. STE/ECS Joint Symposium: Participatory Climate Justice Education with Young Children

    A Joint Symposium hosted by Social Transformations and Education and Early Childhood Studies Academic Groups Participatory Climate Justice Education with Young ChildrenDr Fikile Nxumalo (University of Toronto) Wednesday, 15 March 2023, 4-5pm, KLD372 or Zoom Set within the context of a rural community in eSwatini, this paper responds to the marginalization of Global South childhoods […]

  10. Respectful Graduate Research Supervisor Development

    The University of Melbourne is committed to creating a safe, inclusive and respectful community, preventing inappropriate behaviours and better supporting people affected by them. The relationship between graduate researchers and their supervisors is one that is potentially vulnerable to inappropriate conduct, given the personal and individual nature of supervision, and the power imbalance that exists […]

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