At Graduate Education, we have been finalising the professional development programme for ECRs. We will make some more formal announcements about developments shortly, but thought you would like to know about the first workshop running in February while many of you have your attention turned towards grant applications:
Nailing Grants, Papers, Prizes and Awards: How to write yourself to success
Presented by Lisa Curtis-Wendlandt
Tuesday 21 February 2017
9.30am to 4.30pm
Register here to ensure your place and to assist with catering plans.
This popular workshop deals with pressing questions for all ECRs such as
- How successful have you been in ‘selling’ your ideas?
- Are you winning the grants you apply for?
- Are your papers being published?
If you want help with your grant application, consider having it workshopped...
If you would like to have a sample of your writing workshopped on the day, please send your 1-pager (the intro page to a grant or article) to the facilitator at: email@example.com by COB Tuesday, 14 February 2017. Texts submitted after this date will not be considered. By submitting a sample text, you agree to have your text workshopped openly with the group on the day (feedback will be constructive and respectful). Only Word documents will be accepted (no pdfs or other file formats). Please indicate clearly which grant scheme your submission falls under (e.g., ARC Discovery Project), to allow for more tailored feedback on the day.
Places for this workshop are limited and Lisa will like to share her expertise with as many participants as possible, so register at your earliest convenience:
If you are new to Monash don't miss the ECR Welcome by the Vice-Provost (Graduate Education) on 10 March: 2017 Register here
The 2017 ECR Professional Development Programme is attached HERE. You can register for workshops now.