Category: Professional development

  1. 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 […]

  2. 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. […]

  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. 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.

  5. Updates for GRs and GR Supervisors

    FOR GRs The Research Development Unit (RDU) is running “Graduate Research: Early Tasks and Considerations” Registration Instructions Please register using your University of Melbourne student email. Date: Wednesday 20 March 2024 Time: 1.30-3.00pm Once you’re enrolled, we will send you a Zoom invite to this workshop. Check your uni email account on the morning […]

  6. Are you interested in a seconded role to help shape and enhance digital research at Melbourne?

    Melbourne University prides itself as being a leader in research and invests heavily to provide digital and computational support for research. Based in Chancellery, the Digital Research Academic Convenorship team (DRAC) helps provide an academic voice into University digital strategy and capability, provides capability awareness back to faculties and researchers and facilitates the resolution of […]

  7. TRAMx Bootcamp Applications Open – Translating Research at Melbourne

    If you’ve been thinking about how to have greater impact with your research, Translating Research at Melbourne (TRAM) is now accepting applications for TRAMx Bootcamp 2024! TRAM is Australia’s premier university-based research impact accelerator. We’ll equip you with the skills and mindset needed to transform your research and inventions into products and services that have […]

  8. Seeking Researchers: Design and User Experience sessions to guide the new RMS

    The Research Management System (RMS) Replacement Project Team have organized co-design workshops to inform the high-level user journey of the Research Management Lifecycle, and seek participation from researchers in these sessions. This brief provides full details and options for dates for two different types of workshops: To attend one of these sessions, please email […]

  9. Impact Festival 13-17 Nov 2023 – Launch of Program

    As highlighted at the Faculty Forum this week, the University’s Research Impact Festival Program is now available. Chancellery Research and Enterprise will host international impact expert Dr David Phipps as part of the Festival, with opportunities for staff and students to directly engage with David on a range of research impact topics across the week, […]

  10. Vacancies for Academics to Join Ethics Committees

    Currently we are recruiting researchers for the following committees: The time commitment for the GTLR and LNR involves reviewing applications (approximately 1 hour each application) with maximum of up to 3 applications to review for each meeting. Committee meetings are once a month for approximately 2 hours. If you are interested or require further information […]

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