Early career researcher training: career planning
3 August 2012
Academic careers may sometimes appear chaotic and out of our control, but there are strategies for maximising our chances of prospering and doing what we love: discovering the secrets of life, the universe and everything.
Topics will include the following:
- Thinking about future directions of your career - what is possible?
- Working collaboratively with other researchers
- Engaging with industry / government partners - who is out there?
- Research methods - thinking differently
Presenters: Prof Margaret Harris and Associate Professor Jennifer Milam
About the Early Career Researcher Development program (Humanities and Social Sciences)
The program for Humanities and Social Sciences researchers aims to give participants support in career planning, networking and the development of research capacities. The program is for researchers who are 1 - 10 years postdoctoral. It consists of 3 half-day sessions and a structured mentor program.
Demand for this course is always high so attendees must commit to attending all sessions.
To find out more, visit theLearning Solutions website.
Time: 9.00am - 1.00pm
Location: Learning Solutions - Seminar Room 2