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

8.45am–5.30pm

Thu 6

Office of Doctoral Studies

First workshop for:
Thesis and dissertation writing workshop series
Coordinator: Professor Brian Paltridge

5–7pm

Wed 12

CoCo

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

10.45am–12.30pm

Thu 13

Office of Doctoral Studies

First workshop for:
Writing for publication workshop series
Coordinator: Professor Brian Paltridge

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

6–7.30pm

Tue 18

Office of Doctoral Studies

First workshop for:
Thesis proposal writing workshop series
Coordinator: Associate Professor Susan Goodwin
RSVP: 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 9,
Mon 14 &
Wed 16

Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (daytime sessions)
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite

10am–2pm

Wed 9,
Fri 11 &
Wed 16

Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (evening sessions)
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite

5–8pm

Thu 10

 

Public lecture: Democracy, inclusion and education – differing perspectives from Canada
Speaker: Professor Ratna Ghosh,
McGill University, Montreal, Canada
RSVP: Email Rosina Gallace

noon–1pm

Thu 17

Office of Doctoral Studies

Follow-up handling data with NVivo session – exploring qualitative data
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite

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: Email Alexandra Iljadica

noon–1pm

Wed 30

CoCo

Seminar: Learning through after-school activities and homework
Speaker: Associate Professor Richard Walker
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: 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: Email Alexandra Iljadica

noon–1pm

Fri 9

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Workshop: Human research ethics workshop for postgraduate research students and their supervisors (pdf, 95.4kB)
Hosts: Dr Margaret Faedo, Manager Ethics Administration, University of Sydney Research Integrity and Ethics Administration; Dr Fiona Gill and Associate Professor Ian Maxwell
RSVP: Email Professor Rodney Smith

10am–noon

Fri 9

Faculty of Health Sciences

Workshop: Components of a KT Plan
Hosts: Professor Katherine Boydell,
University of Toronto and Dr Angela Dew
Contact: Email Alexandra Iljadica

2–5pm

Tue 13

Faculty of Health Sciences

Workshop: Components of a KT Plan
Hosts: Professor Katherine Boydell,
University of Toronto and Dr Angela Dew
Contact: Email Alexandra Iljadica

2–5pm

Wed 14

CoCo

Seminar: Getting the point – embodying
cognitive load theory

Speakers: Dr Paul Ginns, Fang-Tzu (Agnes) Hu and Michael Tang
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: coco@sydney.edu.au

11am–
12.30pm

Fri 16

Faculty of Health Sciences

Workshop: Creative strategies for developing and sharing research
Hosts: Professor Katherine Boydell,
University of Toronto
Contact: Email Alexandra Iljadica

2–5pm

Wed 21

CoCo

Seminar: Mashup – drama, playfulness and
networked cultures

Speakers: Associate Professor Michael Anderson, and Dr David Cameron
Contact: Sadhbh Warren
Email: 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
Host: 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.

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

6–7.30pm

Thu 17

Social Policy Research Network

Public lecture: Inequalities in child welfare (pdf, 523kB)
Speakers: Professor Paul Bywaters, Honorary Professor, Coventry University, UK; and
Janet Loughman, Principal Solicitor,
Women’s Legal Service, NSW.
RSVP: Email susan.hewardbelle@sydney.edu.au

3–5pm

October

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Thu 9

Office of Doctoral Studies

Challenging methods, methodological challenges –
Collecting and analysing observational data ... benefits and challenges of using video

Speaker: Dr Michelle Bonati

4–5pm

Thu 16

Office of Doctoral Studies

Research for making the familiar strange and the strange familiar –
The Selkie Project ... researching teacher identity through performance-based inquiry

Speaker: Dr Victoria Campbell

4–5pm

Thu 16,
Mon 20 &
Wed 22

Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (morning sessions)
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite
Workshop is full.

10am–2pm

Thu 16,
Tue 21 &
Wed 22

Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (afternoon sessions)
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite
Workshop is full.

2.30–6.30pm

Mon 20

Office of Doctoral Studies

Conversations between supervisors and HDR students –
The international dimension

Speakers: Associate Professor Ruth Phillips and
Jazak Hidayat

4–5pm

Thu 23

Office of Doctoral Studies

Follow-up handling data with NVivo session – exploring qualitative data
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite
Workshop is full.

1–5pm

Thu 23

Office of Doctoral Studies

Challenging methods, methodological challenges –
Mind the gap ... how to come up with interesting research questions

Speaker: Professor Peter Reimann

4–5pm

Mon 27

Office of Doctoral Studies

Conversations between supervisors and HDR students –
The part-time perspective

Speakers: Associate Professor David Evans and
Paul Wood

4–5pm

Thu 30

Office of Doctoral Studies

Research Students Forum
Keynote speaker:
Emeritus Professor Raewyn Connell

4–7pm

November