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5th October 2016
Supervising Research: Becoming a Research Supervisor - Part 1: roles & responsibilities, 5 October 2016
This workshop is for Higher Degree Research candidates considering becoming a Research Supervisor to assist you in thinking about the roles and responsibilities of the supervisor and the importance of candidate selection and relationship building
6th October 2016
This workshop is for Higher Degree Research candidates considering becoming a Research Supervisor to assist you in thinking about the common challenges in Supervising and how to handle them to ensure progress
7th October 2016
This workshop is for Higher Degree Research candidates within the first two years of candidature to assist with making the most of the experience of working with a supervisor
11th October 2016
Publishing & Profile Building: Starting a conversation about your research with impact, 11 October 2016
Ever wondered how to explain who you are, what you do and why your research is so important and is worth supporting? What will keep your audience interested? If so, this workshop is for you.
14th October 2016
This workshop aims to assist researchers in the early stages of their career to identify the expectations and standards required to building an academic career and establish actions to assist them in building their profile in relevant areas.
19th October 2016
The aim of this workshop is to assist researchers in identifying and recognising UNSW's expectations in building the components of a budget for a funding application
20th October 2016
This workshop is for those considering supervision of HDR candidates and will assist you in developing your approach to supervision and the importance of having a sound recruitment and selection process.
25th October 2016
Orientation to Research provides an essential introduction for research academics and administrators new to UNSW and an opportunity to meet key Division of Research staff.
26th October 2016
The aim of this workshop is to assist researchers in identifying effective social media that supports their goals for engagement and promotion of research