2017 Forum presentations

 
The Australian research agenda; measuring research impact and implications for research and research training
Professor Sue Thomas, CEO, Australian Research Council
 
Science PhD graduate pathways in Australia
Professor Helene Marsh, Deputy Chair, ACOLA Review of Postgraduate Training and Dean of Graduate Research Studies, James Cook University
 
Reframing the PhD
Associate Professor Jonathan Morris, Deputy Dean of Graduate Research, UNSW
 
University and industry collaboration
Dr Stephen Bell, CEO, Qenos
 
Workshop: Which practices support effective industry and university engagement?
Gary Veale, Industry Consultant
 
Panel: What makes a PhD graduate employable? An industry perspective
Dr Joseph Lawrence, Director Industry Engagement, Monash University; Balbir Singh, 3M; Dr Jennifer Semple, Accord
 
Current models of industry engagement for PhD training

AMSI Intern – Glen Sheldon, National Program Manager, AMSI Intern
ITTC – Prof Laura Parry, Associate Dean Research, University of Melbourne
CRCs – Prof Tony Peacock, CEO CRC Association
GRIPs – A/Prof Tony Patti, Monash University

 
Optimising HDR completions: times, rates, strategies
Professor Helene Marsh, Dean of Graduate Research Studies, James Cook University
 
Monitoring and managing wellbeing in PhD students in Australia
Dr Karen Barry, University of Tasmania
 
Opportunities for diversifying research and research funding
Warwick Dawson, Director, Knowledge Exchange, UNSW
 
What role might universities envisage for science faculties in research, research impact and industry engagement?
Professor Peter Rathjen, Vice-Chancellor, University of Tasmania
 
Panel: How will industry engagement,research impact and changes in graduate training affect faculty research output?
Professor Peter Rathjen, VC, University of Tasmania; Professor Helene Marsh, Dean of Graduate Research Studies, James Cook University; Warwick Dawson, Director, Knowledge Exchange, UNSW
 
 
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