The seminars in this series are aimed to develop skills and increase knowledge about Higher Degree (Research) supervision and all staff are welcome to attend.
The intention is to also record this session and make it available to staff who are unable to attend in person. Other members outside the Faculty of Arts and Education will also receive an invitation to attend the session.
For more information please contact either Lisa McLean or Brian Hemmings.
We expect that we will have two seminars per session (about 6 per year) with the aim to further develop skills and build supervisory capacity.
These seminars will normally run for one hour and will be available via video conference across the Faculty.
No seminars are currently scheduled
The Proactive Supervisor: Strategic Engagement for Student Success
Professor Lisa Given, School of Information Studies
Supervising higher degree candidates producing a thesis presented in the form of a series of publications
Professor Jennifer Sumsion, School of Teacher Education
Supervising doctoral candidates producing a thesis in the form of a monograph
Professor Bill Green, School of Teacher Education
A toolbox of tips for new Honours supervisors
Dr Deb Clarke, School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health
A reliable and effective model for a PhD thesis
Professor Frank Marino, Faculty of Arts and Education