Month: October 2023

  1. Update on Submission Deadline for the 2024 Faculty of Education Researcher Development Funding Scheme & Information Session Today!

    Applications will be due Monday 4 December at 9.00 AM Information session is today between 2-3pm in the meeting room on Level 7 as well as on Zoom. The session will be recorded. This session will introduce the University’s Impact Planning Tool. Details can be found here: Faculty of Education Researcher Development Funding Scheme

  2. Thanks For Your Support!

    Many thanks to all the people that participated in yesterday’s Faculty research conference “Education Research: Adapting to a Changing Landscape” Number of people that attended the conference throughout the day: 181 Number of people that enjoyed the networking event at University House: 53 Special thanks to the members of the Graduate Research Committee, Dr Vic […]

  3. The National Intelligence Post-Doctoral Grants (NIPG)

    A NIPG (10 available) provides $365k over two years to enable Post-doctoral research by an individual into specific NIC (National Intelligence Community)-defined topics. The key dates for this program are as below: The National Intelligence Post-Doctoral Grants (NIPG) PAS (Postdoc Application Support) initiative is for funding commencing in 2024 (Round 4). PAS aims to: As […]

  4. Faculty Monthly Research Roundtable (noon, tomorrow!): Social Transformations & Education Academic Group

    This month’s MGSE Research Roundtable features the Social Transformations & Education Academic Group tomorrow, at midday in L915 — with the option to also join the conversation via Zoom for those unable to make it in person.  12-1pm on the final Wednesday each month, these roundtables provide an informal, collaborative space for any academic or graduate researcher from across MGSE to learn […]

  5. Now Open – Faculty of Education Researcher Development Funding Scheme

    We are pleased to announce that the Faculty of Education Researcher Development Funding Scheme for projects commencing January 2024 is now open. The objectives of the scheme are to: Projects which advance FoE’s strategic priorities and articulate Indigenous, International, and Diversity dimensions are strongly encouraged. Funding for this scheme: New funding option: Please note – […]

  6. Vacancies for Academics to Join Ethics Committees

    Currently we are recruiting researchers for the following committees: The time commitment for the GTLR and LNR involves reviewing applications (approximately 1 hour each application) with maximum of up to 3 applications to review for each meeting. Committee meetings are once a month for approximately 2 hours. If you are interested or require further information […]

  7. Book launch: “Temporality, Space and Place in Education and Youth Research” (2 Nov, 12.30pm)

    You are warmly invited to celebrate the launch of a new edited book that grew out of the work of STE researchers and graduate students. Temporality, Space and Place in Education and Youth ResearchEds. Julie McLeod, Kate O’Connor, Nicole Davis, and Amy McKernan The idea for the edited volume developed out of a reading group STE held […]

  8. Opening Soon – FoE Researcher Development Funding Scheme 2024

    The Scheme’s primary objectives are to :– Support early-career and mid-career researchers to progress their research careers;– Seed new areas of discovery;– To expand established programs of research;– Build new or existing collaborations into a competitive larger-scale proposition for major external research funding sources;– Provide competitive funding for high quality research projects and pilot research; […]

  9. Don’t Forget to Register for the 2023 Faculty of Education Research Conference by the End of Today!

    Deadline for Registration: here by TODAY Thursday 19th October.  Location: Arts West  We are pleased to invite you to attend the 2023 MGSE Research Conference to be held on Thursday 26th October. The conference theme is: Education Research: Adapting to a Changing Landscape.  This year’s theme invites you to critically engage with the many changing […]

  10. Work/Life Balance in your Research Career: It is possible?

    Date: Monday 23 October 2023 Time: 1:00pm – 3:00pm Provider: Researcher Development Unit Theme: Career Planning, Leading and Supervising, Wellbeing Location: Arts West 553 (North Wing) Cost: Free! Do you look at your senior colleagues and wonder ‘Can I succeed in this job and also have a life?’ Many of us wonder if it is really possible to achieve […]

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