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Date Topic Presenter/s Location RSVP
1 April

12:30-2:30pm
 
​HASS in the ARC Linkage Program

Professor Joanne Tompkins (Executive Director, Humanities and Creative Arts, ARC) will provide an overview of the ARC Linkage Program focussing on Linkage Projects but also discussing the ARC LIEF scheme. This session will have a focus towards HASS proposals however all are welcome. 
  • Lunch: 12.30-1:00pm
  • Presentation: 1.00-2.00pm
  • Q&A: 2.00-2:30pm
Slides from this event are NOW AVAILABLE
Prof Joanne Tompkins​
Executive Director, Humanities and
Creative Arts, ARC
​Senate Room,
Brian Wilson Chancellery
(61A)
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12 April

12-2pm
Your Research Career

This presentation will help you understand your sector, your university, and the multiple pathways available to you as an academic researcher.
  • Lunch: 12.00-12.30pm
  • Presentation 12.30-1.30pm
  • Q&A 1.30-2.00pm
Slides from this event are NOW AVAILABLE
Video from this event is NOW AVAILABLE
Prof Karen Hussey ​Digital Learning Space,
Room 224,
Joyce Ackroyd
(37)
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10 May

11:30-12pm
ERA and EI:  Where to Now?

This presentation and discussion will provide an overview of HASS fields' performance in the ERA and Engagement & Impact exercise, and set a course for the future.
  • Lunch: 11:30-12pm
  • Presentation (Prof Mark Blows): 12.05-12.25pm
  • Lynda and Gillian: 12.25-1.05pm
  • Panel Discussion: 1.05-1.30pm
Slides from this event are NOW AVAILABLE
Video from this event is NOW AVAILABLE
Prof Annemaree Carroll
Prof Mark Blows
Prof Lynda Cheshire
Prof Gillian Whitlock 
​Digital Learning Space,
Room 224,
Joyce Ackroyd
(37)
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14 June

12-2pm
Skills & Tools for Collaboration

Collaboration is at the heart of solving complex research problems, but what are the best ways to approach it? This panel will give hints, tips, and cautionary notes about how to collaborate effectively and enjoyably.

Video from this event is NOW AVAILABLE
Additional slides regarding Successful Collaborations are NOW AVAILABLE
A/Prof Kelly Fielding
A/Prof Elizabeth Stephens
A/Prof Kim Nichols
​Digital Learning Space,
Room 224,
Joyce Ackroyd
(37)
​RSVP here
12 July

12-2pm
Identifying and Working with End Users

Benefit beyond academia relies on researchers knowing who their 'end users' are. This panel will show how we identify the groups most likely to benefit from our research, and how we approach them if we want to pursue partnerships.
Dr Marnee Shay
Dr Geoff Ginn
Richard Haas
​Digital Learning Space,
Room 224,
Joyce Ackroyd
(37)
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9 August

12-2pm
Citation Deep Dive

Precisely how much should you care about your citation count? This panel will discuss citation from discipline to discipline, covering how to increase, contextualise, and make sense of your citations.

Video from this event is NOW AVAILABLE
Prof Chris Reus-Smit
Dr Jessica White
Elisha Bignell
(UQ Library)
​Digital Learning Space,
Room 224,
Joyce Ackroyd
(37)
​RSVP here
13 September

9-11am
Pitch Your Proposal

This event is limited to staff within the HASS Faculty considering applying for a DECRA or Future Fellowship in the next 18 months.

In this workshop, you will pitch your DECRA or Future Fellowship project to Professor Denise Meredyth and the rest of the group. The aim is to provide early formative feedback to make your application more competitive.
Prof Denise Meredyth
of 
Outside Opinion
(former Director
of HCA panel
at the ARC) 
Room W426,
Forgan Smith (1)
Enter via
Walter Harrison Law Library
 
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13 September

12-2pm
The First Page

The first page of your grant proposal is crucial in arresting the assessors’ attention and communicating the fundability of your research. This session will provide you with ideas and strategies to make the best first impression possible on your next application.
Prof Denise Meredyth
of
Outside Opinion
(former Director
of HCA panel
at the ARC) 
​Digital Learning Space,
Room 224,
Joyce Ackroyd
(37)
RSVP here
11 October

12-2pm
So You Didn't Get Funded?

It happens to the best of us. But your time writing that grant was not wasted time. This panel will provide some useful ideas of what you can do to repurpose an unfunded grant application.
Prof Tom O’Regan
A/Prof Ilana Mushin
A/Prof Katie Makar
​Digital Learning Space,
Room 224,
Joyce Ackroyd
(37)
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8 November

All day
Nail the Story; Win that Grant

Research performance consultants Mind Your Way present their day-long workshop on six rules for crafting a compelling proposal. Bring along ideas and drafts of your projects ahead of grant season.
Mind Your Way ​Room E107,
Forgan Smith (1)
By Invitation
Only