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Calling all Northern-based UTAS staff and PhD candidates

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Registrations are now open for the upcoming UTAS Research Week- Launceston (Monday 18th June-Friday 22nd June) 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.

“My Research to Reality” – Morning Tea Seminar with Professor Stephen Loo

Join successful UTAS researcher and Head of School for the School of Architecture and Design, Professor Stephen Loo over morning tea as he shares his research experience and career highlights to assist you on your own research journey.

20th June 2012. 10am-11am.

PVC Meeting Room 1, Newnham Campus, Launceston

NHMRC Grant Opportunities, Peer-Review and Submissions

This session will cover funding opportunities offered by the NHMRC as well as guidance on the assessment criteria and information about the peer-review processes available at UTAS. 

21st June 2012. 12pm-1pm. 

Tamar Room - NH. X113, Sir Raymond Ferrall building, Newnham Campus, Launceston

"AMC- Researching the Local Reality”

This events aims to present AMC’s research activity in a local and regional context, either through showcasing current research on local issues, or research that has capacity to enhance regional communities.

The wider community is also invited.

21st June 2012 5pm-7pm.

AMC Auditorium and Saltz Café/Seafarer’s Bar, Launceston

A Pocket Guide to Research in the Faculty of Arts, Launceston

This is a short, sharp, presentation on some of the research being undertaken in the Social Sciences, Humanities and Creative Arts at the Faculty of Arts, Launceston.
Topics include: Politics research on Gunns’ proposed Tamar Valley Pulp Mill; English research on Contemporary Australian Travel Writing; Interdisciplinary research on the development of Theatre in Launceston;

Philosophy research on the Logic of Quinean Reversability. A light lunch will be provided. The wider community is also invited.

22nd June 2012 12pm-1pm.

Tamar Room - NH. X113, Sir Raymond Ferrall building, Newnham Campus, Launceston

Responsible Conduct of Research at UTAS

This workshop on the Responsible Conduct of Research is open to all interested university staff and students.

Topics include: A discussion on the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research;An overview of University policies and procedures related to the responsible conduct of research; An introduction to the University’s Research Integrity Adviser.A light lunch will be provided.

20th June 2012. 11am-12pm

Tamar Room - NH. X113, Sir Raymond Ferrall building, Newnham Campus, Launceston

Intellectual Property: Making Sure You Can Publish and Use Project Results

Practical advice and examples of addressing intellectual property issues in research.

21st June 2012. 11am-12pm

Tamar Room - NH. X113, Sir Raymond Ferrall building, Newnham Campus, Launceston

Research Funding- How It Works

This seminar outlines the Australian research funding environment, including the what, how and why regarding research income, research block grants and how the Research Funding requirements are applied and supported at UTAS.

21st June 2012 1pm-2pm

Tamar Room - NH. X113, Sir Raymond Ferrall building, Newnham Campus, Launceston

UTAS Research Week Launceston will then be followed by the Cradle Coast Campus series (Mon 13th Aug- Fri 17th August 2012) and the Hobart series (Mon 3rd Sep-Fri 7th Sep 2012).

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

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Published on: 06 Jun 2012 4:38pm