Professional Research Development Lunchtime Seminar Series

This year, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences is running a series of seminars for graduate or Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students and Early Career Researchers (ECRs) across the disciplines. The seminars, delivered by more senior members of faculty from across various disciplines, will each focus on different aspects of the research process, and what is involved in professional life as a research academic.

The seminars will be run on Wednesday lunchtimes, from 1:00 to 2:15 pm, in C2.05 via videolink to Geelong meeting room ic1.108. The seminars will be catered.

2014 Seminar Program

Presentations and Powerpoints

21 May 2014 Professor Jack Reynolds presents 'Assessing a PhD thesis: The examiner's perspective'.
View the Powerpoint Presentation and listen to the audio from the seminar below:

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30 April 2014 Associate Professor Sally Totman Marshall, Dr George Duke and Professor Sarah Paddle present 'Balancing Teaching and Research'.

 

9 April 2014 Professor Damien Kingsbury presents 'Conducting Fieldwork in a Challenging Environment'.
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19 March 2014 Associate Professor Yin Paradies presents 'First Conference, first paper and beyond: Giving Academic Presentations and Building Your Networks in Different Forums'.
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Please forward any enquires about the seminars to the co-hosts: Associate Head of School (Research), A/Prof Andrew Scott or the HDR Coordinator, Dr Costas Laoutides


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