Month: April 2024

  1. cADRE Seed Grant for Educational Researchers

    Applications close 9:00am AEST, Monday May 13, 2024. Educational researchers are invited to apply for a cADRE (Community of Associate Dean Research in Education) Seed Grant. In 2024, one grant of $3,000 is available. The grant is intended to seed a project on a ‘hot’ Education topic with a view to enable educational research that […]

  2. 2024 Faculty of Education Research Conference

    Date: Thursday 24th October 2024 Time: 8:30am-6:00pm Location: Arts West The conference theme for this year is: What makes research remarkable? Who and what matters? All Faculty of Education staff and Faculty of Education Graduate Researchers are encouraged to come along to hear more about the research that is taking place across the faculty and […]

  3. Research Mentoring Workshops

    Date: 30 April Time: 1-3PM Venue: Graduate House To delve deeper into these recommendations and facilitate their integration, the RDU is hosting a series of workshops tailored for professional and academic research leaders across the University who are interested in or tasked with upskilling staff in research mentoring through individual, peer and group programs. The […]

  4. International Grants Accelerator Program (iGAP) – 2024 round

    The 2024 round of the International Grants Accelerator Program (iGAP) is now open for expressions of interest. Deadline 12 June 2024. The International Grants Accelerator Program (IGAP) supports researchers at the University of Melbourne to establish and foster relationships with international collaborators and funding agencies. It is widely accepted that making initial contact and building […]

  5. Workshop: Supervising Indigenous Graduate Researchers at UniMelb

    The University of Melbourne welcomes and supports Indigenous graduate researchers and the Indigenous Strategy (2023-2027) commits to ensuring their cultural safety and academic sovereignty while working and studying at the University. The Researcher Development Unit (RDU) invites all research supervisors to this one-day workshop which will explore the opportunities and challenges of quality supervision for […]

  6. Input into the Policy Review of the National Competitive Grants Program—9am, Monday 22 April

    The Australian Research Council and Commonwealth Department of Education has launched a Policy Review of the National Competitive Grants Program. This is an important opportunity for the research sector to engage with the Australian Government on research funding. MERI seeks your responses to the 9 Key Questions from the  Policy Review Discussion Paper, to understand […]

  7. 2024 Australia- Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme (UA-DAAD) is Now Open

    Closing date: 19 June 2024, 5:00pm The Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme is a joint initiative of Universities Australia (UA) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). The scheme supports exchanges for researchers to spend time at partner institutions in Germany and for collaborating German researchers to spend time at the University of Melbourne. Proposals […]

  8. FoE Research Conference Funding 2024

    FoE Research conference funding application is now open. All eligible staff who would like to be considered for FoE Conference Funding are required to submit an application to MERI via Qualtrics for funding, by way of reimbursement. In line with University policy, all travel must be booked through UniTravel, including Dean’s endorsement (for overseas travel) […]

  9. Cybersecurity – Research Platforms and Third Parties and Suppliers to the University

    As part of your research, have you created a research platform for external research participants to engage with? Or have you collaborated with third parties platforms that requires access to the University’s network, systems and information? In all these instances these services must be assessed to understand if there are any security risks to the […]

  10. New IP fundamentals online learning for researchers – Self-directed

    A new online learning module is now available for staff, students, graduate researchers and supervisors to build your knowledge and understanding of intellectual property (IP), an often-complex subject. The course covers the different forms of IP, considerations for managing and protecting IP as a researcher, and your responsibilities at the University.  Register via: TrainMe.