Category: Professional development

  1. International Grants Accelerator Program – Deadline Extended

    The International Grants Accelerator Program is an opportunity to expand your important research program with international funding. The deadline for Travel Grants is extended to 27th May 2022. Information sessions will also continue to run as part of the program, with recordings or previous sessions available here. Upcoming topics include: • Continental Drift: Funding Collaborations […]

  2. AARE 2022 Conference

    AARE Conference 2022, will take place on Sunday 27 November – Thursday 1 December at the University of South Australia, City West Campus. To register your details to receive conference updates please click here. Abstracts are due AEST Sunday 15, May. SUBMITTING YOUR ABSTRACT  A step-by-step guide to how to use the Abstract Portal can be found here.  Submit your abstracts here  If […]

  3. International Grants Accelerator Program – Closing Soon

    RIC is offering support for researchers interested in applying for international grants by way of the the International Grants Accelerator Program This opportunity is available for all Academic Divisions and registrations for the following streams of the program are closing next week (Friday, 13 May): • Find and discuss funding options • Assist ECRs in […]

  4. An Editor’s Guide to The Conversation

    Researchers are invited to attend a one-hour session on how and why to write for The Conversation. The Conversation Australia attracts more than 20 million unique reads worldwide each month through its Creative Commons republications in outlets that include the ABC, IFL Science, the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN and many more. Thursday 12th May […]

  5. Horizons Program – Applications Open for ECAs & GRs

    Hosted by the Melbourne Centre for Cities with support from the Researcher Development Unit, the Horizons program is a pilot program designed to support the internationalisation of graduate and early career researchers in a time of deep global disruptions and disconnections.  GR supervisors please forward to your students.  Participation in the program will involve engagement with internationally […]

  6. Updates for GR Supervisors

    Supervisors did you know. . . about registering your iThenticate access? iThenticate is a text-matching tool that enables researchers and graduate researchers to compare their research writing drafts with an extensive database of research literature. As a supervisor you can access iThenticate via the University of Melbourne enterprise account login screen. By accessing this link […]

  7. Research partnerships and building communities

    The quarterly MDAP Panel Series connects people across disciplines and discuss the complexity and uncertainty of interdisciplinary data-intensive research. MDAP Panel Series:    Research partnerships and building communities Tuesday 5 April11am – 12:30pm Melbourne Connect Launchpad (in person) Bringing together researchers from different domains and expertise increases the complexity of research projects. Differing communication styles, […]

  8. Fast Track Your Research Impact

    Delivered by Professor Mark Reed, this highly interactive session will give you the opportunity to learn about practical tools to efficiently increase the significance and reach of your research impact. The training is based on the latest research evidence and takes a unique relational approach to delivery wide-reaching and lasting impacts.  You will learn how […]

  9. Upcoming ARC DP23 RIC Webinar Focused on the Benefit, Feasibility and National Interest sections

    To assist in your preparation for the upcoming Discovery Project 2023 round, RIC is hosting a tailored, interactive webinar on preparing your application with a specific focus on the Benefit, Feasibility and National Interest sections. The session will be run by Nicole Thompson from Research Advantage Consulting.  If you are submitting a DP this year, […]

  10. The Higher Education Teaching Research Nexus – Episode 1

    The Higher Education Teaching Research Nexus series features a panel of experts from across the university including invited Deans of Teaching and Learning, discussing a range of issues at the nexus of teaching and research across various disciplines. Sessions will be presented bi-monthly over a period of 6 sessions and recorded and shared online afterwards. […]

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