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Postgraduate workshop

Publishing for impact

Strategic publishing during your PhD and beyond

Who: Postgraduate research students with interests in Southeast Asia
When: 10am-5pm, Thursday 16 May 2019
Where: Cullen Room, level 2, Holme Building, The University of Sydney

Capitalising on the leading and emerging Southeast Asia scholars at the University of Sydney for Politics in Action 2019, Higher Degree by Research students engaging with Southeast Asia are invited to join us for a full-day workshop on the theme of publishing for impact.

Publishing is an important measure of research output and it is critical to achieving impact with your research. In addition, a strong publication record is key to a successful career as a researcher. In this workshop, invited speakers will discuss the realities of working for impact, being strategic when publishing, and demonstrating the impact when applying for promotion or new positions. 

The workshop is open to any postgraduate SSEAC members, both at the University of Sydney and other Universities around Australia. If you are not a member of SSEAC, you can join us here for free.

The workshop will also include professional development skills and networking opportunities, so you can meet fellow postgraduate students with complementary research interests.

Grant opportunities

SSEAC is offering 10 travel grants to postgraduate students residing outside of Sydney to attend this workshop. This grant is intended to contribute towards transportation and accommodation costs to attend the workshop.

In the case that a successful grantee does not live in the same location as their home institution, the grant amount awarded will be based on the location of home institution.

Unfortunately we are not in a position to award grants to students studying at non-Australian institutions or students who are based outside of Australia.

Students who receive a grant are also required to attend SSEAC’s Politics in Action Forum on Friday 17 May 2019. 

State of residence


NSW (outside Sydney), ACT






How to apply

Applications are now closed.