ECAN Past Events

 

Whats the best workload to enhance career development for ECAs? 31 May 2017

ECAN Scientia Series - "Should all academics be activists?" 19 October 2016

Early and Mid-Career Researcher (EMCR) Forum National Meeting - Science Pathways 2016, 26-27 September 2016

Seminar - Human ethics: How can we clear the unclearable? Getting your data fast and responsibly, 3 August 2016

Seminar - Going to the dark side: will you ever be a Jedi again? Exploring careers outside of academia, 7 April 2016

Welcome event and our Twitter account, 18 February 2016

End of Year Thanks and Celebration, 26 November 2015

Scientia Series: Academic Freedom, 15 September 2015

Whats the best workload to enhance career development for ECAs? 31 May 2017

This lively panel event discussed and responded to the outcomes of an ECAN survey of more than 140  survey respondents around the the theme - Whats the best workload to enhance career development for ECAs?

The event was well attended and generated many questions for the experienced academic leadership panel from the audience. 

Chair
  • Professor Laura Poole-Warren PVC Research Training and Acting Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research)
Panel
  • Professor George Kouvaros: Deputy Head - Staff Development, the School of the Arts & Media, 
  • Professor Mary-Louise McLaws: Deputy President Academic Board Epidemiology in Healthcare Infection and Infectious Diseases Control at the School of Public Health & Community Medicine, 
  • A/Professor Simon Pinnegar: Associate Director, City Futures Research Centre, 
  • Professor David Waite: Deputy Dean (Research), Faculty of Engineering, 
  • Professor Bill Schworm: Former Head of School of Economics, Presiding Member of the UNSW Business School,
Event Feedback

Feedback from the event indicated 90% of respondents believed the event was valuable. Most respondents valued the panel perspectives and resulting discussion with 93% believing content to be relevant to their situation.


ECAN Scientia Series - "Should all academics be activists?", 19 October 2016