Month: May 2024

  1. Important Information for GRs & GR Supervisors: Thesis Examination System – Outage notification for major upgrade

    Dear Graduate Researchers and Supervisors,  The Thesis Examination System (TES) will undergo a major planned upgrade to improve performance. Pending confirmation of successful UAT, it is expected that deployment of the upgraded system will commence Friday 31 May.  TES will be unavailable for all users from 11.45am Friday 31 May to 9am Tuesday 4 June. […]

  2. 2024 Faculty Research Roundtable Series commencing noon, tomorrow… with a twist!

    MERI is excited to announce the 2024 Faculty of Education Research Roundtable Series commences noon, Wednesday 29 May in L915 (or via zoom).  What’s New? This year, we are introducing a dynamic format that will bring two academic groups or research centers together each month to stimulate discussion around the juxtaposition of our different domains, and foster potential cross-pollination of ideas. We’re looking forward […]

  3. The new Research Management System: Calling participants for “hands on” validation sessions

    The University’s new Research Management System will replace Themis Research when it goes live in November 2024. The Project Team is hosting sessions in June and July to validate various aspects of the design, providing “hands on” access  to try out various functions based on participants’ roles (Chief Investigator, Teaching/Research Staff, Professional Support Staff, etc.). […]

  4. DATA BITES & Reel Impact

    DATA BITES This new community is a place and time to discuss all matters related to data science – quantitative or qualitative, practical or theoretical, or new and in need of debate. To kick off, MDAP are holding a curated series of sessions: DATA BITES. These initial, regular sessions will be held around topics including […]

  5. Research Finance Drop-In Sessions & Launch of Research Finance Guidebook Plus Become a Change Agent!

    The Post Award Finance Support (PAFS) team will be available for drop-in sessions where staff can visit to discuss matters relating to their project finances and/or an overview of the Researcher Financials Dashboard (RES04 InfoHub). If you wish to meet with the Chloe Chen, Senior Research Finance Advisor, HASS, please email her ( to book […]

  6. 2024 International Network of Education Institutes (INEI) Summer School Applications Open for Current Graduate Researchers

    Seeking Nominations – Applications due 15 May COB to FoE is part of the INEI network and this year a Summer School Program will be held by the Faculty of Education – Beijing Normal University from 1-7 July with the theme “Future-orientated Curriculum and Teaching”. This will be a combination of lectures, round-table discussions […]

  7. Innovation by Design Cohort 5: Internal EOIs due 17 May, 2024

    Innovation by Design is an intensive accelerator program, offered by RIC, to help researchers develop a Major Bid to support large-scale research projects (>$10M funding). Over four months, participants will gain a deep understanding of the building blocks of track record, evidence, and partnerships that are crucial for leading major research initiatives requiring substantial funding. […]

  8. Spencer Foundation Large Research Grants on Education Program – Intent to Apply

    If you are interested in applying please contact immediately Intent to apply due Wednesday May 22 12pm Central USA time (Thursday May 23 3am Melbourne time) The Large Research Grants on Education Program supports education research projects that will contribute to the improvement of education, broadly conceived, with budgets ranging from $125,000 to $500,000 […]

  9. NTRO Go Live – Automation of non-traditional research outputs is now available

    The University of Melbourne is committed to valuing the breadth of research endeavor across the institution, in its various expressions. Scholarly works take many forms, and yet, traditionally our systems and processes were optimised to support journals, books, and conference proceedings at scale (where we have significant advantages with respect to the availability of third-party […]

  10. Call for Applications: Manchester – Melbourne -Toronto Research Fund and Osaka-Melbourne Joint Research Workshops Fund

    The University of Manchester, the University of Melbourne, and the University of Toronto are contributing matching funds to support collaborative bilateral and trilateral research initiatives through a join call for proposal . The Fund is open to applications form all research areas and up to 15 proposals will be selected for funding. Proposals demonstrating strong […]

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