Month: February 2024

  1. FoE Graduate Research Resources & Thesis to Publication Reward Schemes 2024

    GR Supervisors, please make sure your GRs are aware of the 2024 funding for Graduate Researchers and the terms and conditions. Graduate Research Resources Funds are only provided as a reimbursement on presentation of tax invoices and receipts. All Graduate Researchers (part time and full time) currently enrolled in a research-classified postgraduate degree at FoE and […]

  2. McKenzie Fellowship – Important Information for Applicants and Potential Academic Contacts

    If you are applying for a McKenzie Fellowship or you have been contacted to be an Academic Contact for a McKenzie Fellowship applicant, please be aware of the additional submission requirements specific for our faculty. The Endorsement Declaration requires the Academic Contact to complete and approve as well as the Dean’s endorsement. For Faculty of […]

  3. ECR Opportunities

    Early Career Researcher Grant Opening Soon! The University of Melbourne’s ECR Grant scheme aims to support early career researchers to undertake high quality projects and pilot studies, strengthen their track records, and enhance their profile for competitive external funding. This scheme is a core part of the University’s research development strategy, which places a high […]

  4. Announcing the MECCE Project’s Case Studies Call for Proposals (CFP)

    The Monitoring and Evaluating Climate Communication and Education Project (MECCE) call for proposals portal is now open and will be accepting submissions until March 25th, 2024. The funded case studies will connect with a global Climate change Communication and Education (CCE) network and contribute to better understandings of exemplary and innovative quality CCE. You may learn […]

  5. Welcome to our New GRs!

    Welcome to the following GRs that are commencing their research higher degrees in our faculty:

  6. Hacking the Anthropocene: doing research with and for young people

    Date and time Starts on Mon, 19 Feb 2024 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM AEDT Location Online Data Week, is an initiative by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute Data Office to showcase and celebrate the power of data from across Melbourne Children’s Campus. Synopsis stands for SWISP Lab’s signature project ‘Hacking the Anthropocene […]

  7. Rethinking School Attendance

    Our faculty has a strong relationship with The Smith Family. Please join a webinar exploring on how to address declines in students’ school attendance. Moderated by The Smith Family’s CEO Doug Taylor, this webinar offers evidence-based insights and solutions from three experts on what can be done.  Please register by clicking the link below. Webinar […]