Current Students

Calling all Hobart UTAS staff and PhD candidates

Professor John Dickey, UTAS School of Maths and Physics

Registrations are now open for the upcoming UTAS Research Week- Hobart (Monday 3rd September-Friday 7th September) series.

With an exceptional program on offer, places are steadily filling up for the various seminars and events that seek to develop and inspire staff and students alike and showcase UTAS research excellence.

Below is a snapshot of some of the events on offer.

Ethical Issues in Social Media Research

This seminar will review current developments in internet research and ethics.

4th Sep 2012 9:30am - 4th Sep 2012 10am

Life Sciences 105, Building (BA22), Level 1, Room 105, Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart

“The Balanced Researcher” Workshop presented by Hugh Kearns from Thinkwell

A workshop by Hugh Kearns, a leading practitioner and researcher in cognitive behavioural coaching

6th Sep 2012 2pm - 6th Sep 2012 5pm

Life Sciences 105, Building (BA22), Level 1, Room 105, Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart

Developing Disaster Resilient Communities: Personal, Community, Societal and Cultural Influences

Professor Douglas Paton, Psychology presents a paper on building disaster-resilient communities

3rd Sep 2012 12pm - 3rd Sep 2012 1:30pm

Life Sciences 105, Building (BA22), Level 1, Room 105, Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart

"Open to Talent: Realising our Research Ambitions" by Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) Professor Paddy Nixon

DVCR Professor Paddy Nixon will present on the drive to improve research performance at UTAS.

4th Sep 2012 12pm - 4th Sep 2012 1pm

Life Sciences 105, Building (BA22), Level 1, Room 105, Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart

Tour of Central Science Laboratory (CSL) facilities

Tour of Central Science Laboratory (CSL) facilities

5th Sep 2012 4pm - 5th Sep 2012 5pm

Central Science Laboratory, Sandy Bay Campus

Overview of NHMRC Schemes and Researcher Perspectives

NHMRC funding, assessment criteria, and application peer-review information session.

4th Sep 2012 10am - 4th Sep 2012 11am

Life Sciences 105, Building (BA22), Level 1, Room 105, Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart

“Turbocharge Your Writing” Workshop presented by Hugh Kearns from Thinkwell

A workshop by Hugh Kearns, a leading practitioner and researcher in cognitive behavioural coaching

7th Sep 2012 1pm - 7th Sep 2012 4pm

Life Sciences 105, Building (BA22), Level 1, Room 105, Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart

"My Research Reality"- Afternoon Tea Seminar with Associate Professor Natasha Cica

Learn about a successful UTAS academic's research journey

3rd Sep 2012 3:30pm - 3rd Sep 2012 4:30pm

Life Sciences 105, Building (BA22), Level 1, Room 105, Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart

Keeping Track: The Latest on Referencing Software

Overview of recent developments in referencing software, followed by a Q&A session

5th Sep 2012 10am - 5th Sep 2012 11am

Life Sciences 105, Building (BA22), Level 1, Room 105, Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart

Academic Research Profiles - WARP

Learn how to manage your research profile via the Web Access Research Portal (WARP)

5th Sep 2012 12pm - 5th Sep 2012 1pm

Life Sciences 105, Building (BA22), Level 1, Room 105, Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart

 

Research Week Hobart is the final UTAS Research Week for 2012 after a successful series held across the Cradle Coast Campus (Monday 13th Aug- Friday 17th August 2012) and Launceston Campus (Monday 18th-Friday 22nd June 2012).

If you would like to be involved and host a session or event please contact Nadia.Ayliffe@utas.edu.au

Image: Professor John Dickey, UTAS School of Maths and Physics.

Published on: 23 Aug 2012 12:07pm