Events calendar for HDRS 2014

Below are seminars/workshops/colloquia planned within the Faculty of Education and Social Work for students enrolled in a PhD, EdD, DSW, MPhil or MEd(Research) studies.

March

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Thu 6

Division of Humanities and Social Sciences

Orientation and Induction for new HDRS
Speakers: Associate Professor Ruth Phillips and Dr Ilektra Spandagou
RSVP: email suin.jung@sydney.edu.au

8.45am–5.30pm

Thu 6

Office of Doctoral Studies

Workshop Series: Thesis and dissertation writing
Co-ordinator: Professor Brian Paltridge
First seminar for the year.

5-7pm

Wed 12

CoCo

Seminar: What matters in networked learning?
Speaker: Professor Peter Goodyear
Contact: Sadhbh Warren spaceEmail: coco@sydney.edu.au

10.45am–12.30pm

Thu 13

Office of Doctoral Studies

Workshop Series: Writing for publication
Co-ordinator: Professor Brian Paltridge
First seminar for the year.

5-7pm

Thu 13

Sydney Social Justice Network

Sydney Ideas Seminar: Antipoverty transfers in the south.
Speaker: Professor Armando Barrientos, Research Director at the Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester
RSVP: Closed

6-7.30pm

Tue 18

Office of Doctoral Studies

Workshop Series: Thesis proposal writing
Co-ordinator: Associate Professor Susan Goodwin
First seminar for the year.
To register, email: Associate Professor Susan Goodwin

5-7pm


April

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Fri 4

Social Policy Research Network & Sydney Social Justice Network

Seminar: US poverty governance today: neoliberal paternalism and the persistent power of race
Speaker: Dr Sanford Schram, The City University of New York
RSVP: Email Archana Voola

1-2.30pm

Wed, Mon & Wed
9, 14 & 16

Office of Doctoral Studies & Office of Research

Workshop Series: Handling data with NVivo
Facilitator: Dr Lina Markauskaite, Senior Lecturer (eResearch), CoCo
Daytime schedule.
Workshops are FULL.

10am-2pm

Wed, Fri & Wed
9, 11 & 16

Office of Doctoral Studies & Office of Research

Workshop Series: Handling data with NVivo
Facilitator: Dr Lina Markauskaite, Senior Lecturer (eResearch), CoCo
Evening schedule.
Workshops are FULL.

5-9pm

Thu 10

 

Public Lecture: Democracy, Inclusion and Education: differing perspectives from Canada
Speaker: Prof Ratna Ghosh, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
RSVP: email Rosina Gallace

12-1pm

Thu 17

Office of Doctoral Studies & Office of Research

Workshop: NVivo Follow-up session – exploring qualitative data
Facilitator: Dr Lina Markauskaite, Senior Lecturer (eResearch), CoCo
Workshop is FULL

11am-3pm

Mon 28

Faculty of Health Sciences

Public lecture: Examining the impact of arts-based knowledge translation strategies
Speaker: Professor Katherine Boydell, University of Toronto
Contact: Alexandra Iljadica spaceRSVP: Click here to register online.

12-1pm

Wed 30

CoCo

Seminar: Learning through after-school activities and homework
Speaker: Associate Professor Richard Walker
Contact: Sadhbh Warren spaceEmail: coco@sydney.edu.au

11am-12.30pm


May

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Thu 1

Faculty of Health Sciences

Public lecture: Knowledge translation and implementation science – the state of the field
Speaker: Professor Katherine Boydell, University of Toronto
Contact: Alexandra Iljadica space RSVP: Closed
Note: Venue is located on Cumberland Campus

12-1pm

Fri 9

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Workshop: Human research ethics workshop for postgraduate research students and their supervisors
Workshop hosts: Dr Margaret Faedo, Manager Ethics Administration, University of Sydney Research Integrity and Ethics Administration
Dr Fiona Gill (Sociology and Social Policy), Deputy Chair of the University of Sydney Human Research Ethics Committee 2
Associate Professor Ian Maxwell (Performance Studies), immediate past Chair (2009-2012) of the University of Sydney Human Research Ethics Committee.
RSVP: Email Professor Rodney Smith

10am-12pm

Fri 9

Faculty of Health Sciences

Workshop: Components of a KT Plan
Workshop hosts: Professor Katherine Boydell, University of Toronto and Dr Angela Dew, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney
Contact: Alexandra Iljadicaspace RSVP: Closed

2-5pm

Tue 13

Faculty of Health Sciences

Workshop: Strategies for researchers and policy makers
Workshop hosts: Professor Katherine Boydell, University of Toronto and Dr Angela Dew, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney
Contact: Alexandra Iljadicaspace RSVP: closed

2-5pm

Wed 14

CoCo

Seminar: Getting the point: embodying cognitive load theory
Speakers: Dr Paul Ginns, Fang-Tzu (Agnes) Hu, PhD candidate, Michael Tang, MPhil candidate
Contact: Sadhbh Warren spaceEmail: coco@sydney.edu.au

11am-12.30pm

Fri 16

Faculty of Health Sciences

Workshop: Creative strategies for developing and sharing research
Workshop hosts: Professor Katherine Boydell, University of Toronto
Contact: Alexandra Iljadicaspace RSVP: closed

2-5pm

Wed 21

CoCo

Seminar: Mashup: drama, playfulness and networked cultures
Speakers: Associate Professor Michael Anderson, and Dr David Cameron
Contact: Sadhbh Warren spaceEmail: coco@sydney.edu.au

11am-12.30pm

Mon 26

 

Public reading: Words from the frontline
Speaker: Ali Cobby Eckermann (Faculty's Artist-in-Residence 2014) Hosted by: Associate Professor Kate Lilley
RSVP: Email Helen Loughlin

5.30-7pm

Wed 28

 

Public lecture: The stolen generations – is it really over?
Speakers: Ali Cobby Eckermann (Faculty's Artist-in-Residence 2014) in conversation with Dr Jeff McMullen AM.
RSVP: closed

5.30-7pm


June

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Thu 5

 

Seminar: History of ‘good teaching’ in mid twentieth century universities
Speaker: Associate Professor Catherine Manathunga, College of Education, Victoria University
RSVP: Email Dr Helen Proctor

10-11.30am

Thu 12

Office of Doctoral Studies

Research Students Forum
Keynote speaker: Professor Donna Baines, McMaster University, Canada

4-7pm


July

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Mon 14

Social Policy Research Network

Public lecture: Green social work: from environmental crises to environmental justice
Speaker: Professor Lena Dominelli, School of Applied Social Sciences, Durham University, United Kingdom
RSVP: closed

6-7.30pm

Thu 17

Social Policy Research Network

Public lecture: Inequalities in child welfare
Speakers: Professor Paul Bywaters, Honorary Professor, Coventry University, United Kingdom, and
Ms Janet Loughman, Principal Solicitor, Women’s Legal Service, NSW.
RSVP: Email susan.hewardbelle@sydney.edu.au

3-5pm