2023 HDR Colloquium - A world worth living in

Monday 30 and Tuesday 31 October 2023

This convivial face-to-face gathering will be held in Building 21, Lecture Theatre (Room 201) on the Wagga Wagga campus, supported by live streaming.

Eighteen HDR speakers were nominated to represent their Schools and reflect on their research through the colloquium theme - "A world worth living in".

Each nominated speaker will receive travel and accommodation support.


All are welcome to attend this free colloquium either in person or via live streaming (non Wagga Wagga attendees). There will also be prizes for the best presentations, voted by the viewer's choice.

Please register your attendance in person or online, using our registration form.

Registrations are open. Registrations Close 9 October 2023.


Colloquium Dinner

Monday 30 October 2023 at 6pm.

The dinner will be held in central Wagga Wagga. The venue will be announced closer to the event.


8:30am Registration and Coffee
8:50am Welcome to Country
9:00am Panel: School of Indigenous Australian Studies (20 minutes each)
  Speaker 1 –
  Speaker 2 –
  Speaker 3 –
10:00am Discussion
10:30am Morning Tea
11:00am Panel: School of Education (20 minutes each)
  Speaker 4 –
  Speaker 5 –
  Speaker 6 –
12 noon Discussion
12:30pm LUNCH (one hour)
1:30pm Panel: School of Information and Communication Studies (20 mins each)
  Speaker 7 –
  Speaker 8 –
  Speaker 9 –
2:30pm Discussion
3pm Afternoon Tea
3:30pm Panel: School of Social Work and Arts (20 minutes each)
  Speaker 10 –
  Speaker 11 –
  Speaker 12 –
4:30pm Discussion
5:00pm Travel to Colloquium Dinner
6:00pm Colloquium Dinner (Central Wagga)
8:30am Registration and Coffee
9:00am Panel: Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation
  Speaker 13 –
  Speaker 14 –
  Speaker 15 –
10:00am Discussion
10:30am Morning Tea
11:00am Panel: School of Theology
  Speaker 16 –
  Speaker 17 –
  Speaker 18 –
12 noon Discussion
12:30pm Concluding Remarks
12:35pm Lunch and Farewell       [end live-stream]

Further information