Category: Graduate Research

  1. There is still time to apply for the MGSE Thesis to Publication Reward Scheme 2023 for Graduate Researchers

    The MGSE Thesis to Publication Reward Scheme 2023 is now open for all MGSE Graduate Researchers. Supervisors please inform your GRs of this opportunity! All GR applicants must complete a short application form via SmartyGrants here. Applications must be submitted electronically through SmartyGrants before 5pm on 15 December 2023. For more information, please see the guideline […]

  2. Graduate Research Supervision Workshops Now Available for Registration

    The 2023 schedule for the Graduate Research Supervision Workshops is available. Academics new to supervision who require the completion of the workshop to commence supervision can now visit the Research Gateway to register. Current dates for enrolments for 2023 are: As spaces fill up quickly, please let academics who still require training know so they […]

  3. Conducting Research Projects in SA Government Schools for the Remainder of 2023

    The Department of Education in South Australia has sent notification regarding conducting research for the remainder of 2023 in government schools. Approval projects of new research will be minimised due to the resource intensity and administrative burden on government schools. Should a research application be approved, it will be made very clear to schools that […]

  4. MDPA 2024 Collaborations Letter of Intent (LOI) Now Open & Info Session

    MDAP 2024 Collaboration Letters of Intent (LOI) are now open! LOIs close 11.59pm on Sunday 2 October 2023. Education drop in session on Monday 4 September – details below MDAP is looking to help researchers across all HASS and STEM disciplines explore innovative, tailored and/or end-to-end approaches to their data intensive or data informed research. […]

  5. What Melbourne’s Principles for Open Access Mean for You – Open Access Update for Academics, Supervisors & GRs

    Following a period of consultation across the Academy, the Principles for Open Access to Research Outputs at Melbourne have been revised in light of recent developments both nationally and internationally. The revised Principles for Open Access are now live on the Open Scholarship website, along with a new Repository Open Access page, which links to advice […]

  6. IMPORTANT Changes to Intellectual Property

    Following University-wide consultation, the University of Melbourne has recently updated its Intellectual Property (IP) Policy (MPF1320) with a focus on: As a graduate research supervisor, some of the updates to the policy that introduce new requirements for you and incoming graduate researchers. In particular, for any candidates who are sent an offer on or after […]

  7. Reminder Abstracts DUE 1st September for 2023 Faculty of Education Research Conference

    A reminder that all graduate researchers and academics are invited to submit a 200 word abstract by 5pm 1st September for a presentation to be considered for the Faculty of Education Research Conference. The 2023 Research Conference will be held on Thursday 26th October. The conference theme is Education Research: Adapting to a Changing Landscape. This year’s theme […]

  8. Study Tour to Europe

    Are you a Graduate Researcher interested in exploring European education systems? As part of the subject Education Policy in Practice (EDUC90949), we have some places available for you to join our study tour in September. The group will be visiting three European countries in – Brussels (11-13 Sep 2023), Venice/Verona (15-18 Sep 2023) and Warsaw […]

  9. Manchester-Melbourne Call for Jointly Awarded/Dual PhD Projects

    Applications close 16 October 2023 Melbourne and Manchester are calling for project proposals to establish pairs of jointly awarded/dual PhD research projects. Each successful team of collaborating Primary Investigators (PIs) will receive funding for two jointly awarded/dual PhD candidates, one based in Manchester and one based in Melbourne. Funding for each candidate will include tuition fees, a full living […]

  10. Digital Assistance Tools

    Digital assistance tools (DATs) such as generative AIs, machine translation tools, and editorial assistants are developing rapidly. In the context of research, DATs can be used to create descriptions, plans, responses to questions, summaries of literature, and many other similar kinds of material. ChatGPT is a widely used tool of this kind but there are […]

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