HDR Summer School

Summer School is an opportunity for Faculty of Arts and Education Higher Degree by Research candidates to immerse themselves in a rich research environment.

9-11 February 2018

Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus

Writing Workshop
7-8 February 2018

Deakin Light Cube

About Summer School

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Summer school is an opportunity for Faculty of Arts and Education Higher   Degree by Research candidates to immerse themselves in a rich research   environment from Friday morning until Sunday lunch time.

All schools will run think tank sessions on Friday afternoon.  The structure and content will be specifically tailored according to schools and disciplines.  Summer school participant may be asked to give an two minute, informal, oral presentation of their work to the relevant groups.

Only late phase candidates will be invited to reply to the call for papers to undertake a 20 minute presentation.

The poster session is open to  all candidates to showcase their work, please consider this as an alternative to a formal presentation. A poster presentation provides a forum to share your work with the colleagues who are most interested in your field of research. You can download tips for assisting with your poster presentation. (PDF, 149.9 KB)

Candidates must sign up for workshops and reading groups at the time of registration.

Summer School participants can commence building their own eportfolio and social media presence by creating a 3 minute video about their research. Adam Brown from Media  Studies will film informal conversations with any students who are interested  in learning how to communicate their research topic in an accessible way. No  prior preparation is needed. This is not as intimidating as it sounds!  If you are interested, please email Adam Brown (adam.brown@deakin.edu.au)  to book a time.

Program Information

The final program is not yet available

Keynote speakers

Keynote speakers

Friday 9 February

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Sunday 11 February

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Accommodation

Accommodation

Accommodation can be requested with your registration. If you miss out please ensure you book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. It is preferable to stay in the Geelong Waterfront area for easy access to the Waterfront campus. You can claim the accommodation only by submitting a summer school reimbursement form post Summer School. There is a cap of $145 per night.

Workshops

Workshops

Allocations to workshops will be on a first come first serve basis. Full sessions will be removed from options available at registration.  It is expected that all Summer School attendees participate in the workshops.

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SUNDAY 11 FEBRUARY

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Reading Groups

Allocations to reading groups will be on a first come first serve basis. Full session will be removed from options available at registration. It is expected that all Summer School attendees participate in the reading groups

The reading groups cover a range of different interests which will accommodate all participants in small working groups. Each reading group has a theme and a short reading or readings that all participants are expected to have read! Dare to stretch yourself into areas you are unfamiliar with.

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3MT

The Faculty will incorporate part one of the Three Minute Thesis competition into Summer School to accommodate participation by regional and remote students.  The winner and audience favourite will each get a great prize and may be eligible to represent the Faculty in the finals later in 2018. Its a really great way to showcase your work and gain presentation experience.  If you commit to this as part of your registration, please ensure you are prepared as lots of last minute drop outs would be most unfortunate!  The rules will be the same as the University rounds

Papers

Papers

Call for Expressions of Interest in Presenting: Presentations for 2018 will again be restricted to late phase candidates in the first instance and then candidates who have completed their data collection who are in a position to present (preliminary) findings. Among the criteria to be used in selecting presentations will be potential for the presentation to be advanced toward Journal publication.

Presenters will have 30 minutes - 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions.

Submissions should take the form of a 250 word abstract. Please include the Identification of a Journal that a fully prepared manuscript (emanating from the presentation) could be sent to.

Writing Workshop

Writing Workshop (7 & 8 February 2018)

There may be some preparation work required prior to the commencement of this workshop. Interested participants should register as part of the summer school online registration. Further information will be sent to those attending.

Enquiries

Enquiries

Robyn Ficnerski
Senior HDR Advisor
Faculty of Arts and Education
Deakin University
Locked Bag 20000
Geelong VIC 3220

Ph +61 3 522 72226
Email: robyn.ficnerski@deakin.edu.au or artsed-research@deakin.edu.au

Registration

Registrations are not yet open

Reimbursements

Reimbursements


Reimbursements will only be processed prior to summer school for candidates who are arranging travel, ie airfares. The remainder will be processed as soon as possible after summer school. Reimbursement requests must be lodged on the Fraedom (University finance) system by 31 March 2018. You must upload the Summer School reimbursement (PDF, 529.9 KB) form with your receipts.  If you don't have an Australian bank account please send the reimbursement form with your receipts and an overseas EFT form to artsed-research@deakin.edu.au

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