Category: Graduate Research

  1. Melbourne Social Equity Institute Doctoral Academy 2023 – Applications Now Open, Closing 3 July

    For each Doctoral Academy, the Melbourne Social Equity Institute selects a cohort of PhD students from across the University of Melbourne to share their research, knowledge and ideas on social equity issues. The Doctoral Academy aims to support students through peer-learning opportunities and mentoring from experienced academics. Membership of the academy exposes doctoral students to […]

  2. Attention MGSE Graduate Researchers: Have your say!

    The MGSE Graduate Researcher Community (MGSE GRC) is a new group aimed at creating a connected and thriving community for all GRs in MGSE. Managed by fellow MGSE GRs, the GRC welcomes all MGSE GRs as automatic members. As a newly established group, we are hoping to hear from you. We’re looking for feedback on […]

  3. Human Ethics Weekly Drop-In Sessions

    There have been some changes to the Human Research Ethics drop-in session program, which will now be offered weekly (instead of monthly) for the remainder of 2023.   Sessions run for one hour via Zoom and allow GRs and staff to discuss their human ethics application with a member of our team via Zoom, and gain […]

  4. AARE 2023 Conference – Call for Abstracts

    MGSE is hosting the AARE 2023 Conference this November! This year’s theme “Voice, Truth, Place: Critical Junctures for Educational Research”, encompasses many meanings, associations, and histories, all of which have significant implications for education research now. Framed by 2023 as being a critical time for justice, truth-telling and Indigenous recognition in Australia, we invite you […]

  5. MGSE Monthly AG Research Roundtable (noon, 27 April): Teacher Education

    Join the Teacher Education Academic Group for the April MGSE research roundtable this month, 12-1pm in L915. Held 12-1pm on the final Wednesday every month, these informal sessions provide a collaborative opportunity for any academic or graduate researcher across the school to learn more about the work currently driving discovery and knowledge advancement within the featured Academic […]

  6. 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 […]

  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. 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 […]

  9. GR Late Submission: Applications and Approvals

    Late submission is only available for graduate researchers who confirmed their candidature on or after 1 January 2018.   Late submission can only be granted to graduate researchers by their faculty’s ‘Late Submission Panel’. A ‘Late Submission Panel’ must include a HDRC Faculty shepherd designated to your Faculty as one of the three to five panel members. Approval of […]

  10. Today: Drop-In session for MGSE Strategic Scholarships 2023 EOI Process

    Have questions about the 2023 MGSE MSS EOI process? We will have a drop-in session outlining the process, terms and conditions as outlined in the guidelines. When: Tuesday 7 March Time: 12.30-1.00 pm Join by zoom: If prompted for a password, please enter: 707796

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