CHASS ECR Event Series

Started in 2017, events in this series present Early Career Researchers (ECRs) with the opportunity to meet representatives and leading academics from the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences sector, explore current issues, participate in discussions around best practice related to research outcomes, and foster collaborations.

Empowering Early Career Researchers, 3 April 2019, Brisbane
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Confirmed speakers (as on 6 Feb 2019): Alison Barnes (NTEU), Professor Terry Flew (QUT), Dr Tseen Khoo (Research Whisperer and La Trobe University), Alexandra Lazzari (Routledge Taylor & Francis Australasia), Liz Minchin (The Conversation), Jonathan O’Donnell (Research Whisperer and RMIT University), Professor Joanne Tompkins (Australian Research Council)

Resilience: Carving careers in the Arts and Humanities, 1 March 2018, Adelaide
Confirmed speakers: Christie Anthoney (Festivals Adelaide), Professor Julian Meyrick (Flinders University, CHASS Board member), Jane MacFarlane (The Helpmann Academy), Vicki Sowry (ANAT: Australian Network for Art and Technology), Megan Rainey (Guildhouse), Dr Mark Taylor (The University of Sheffield), Dr Tully Barnett (Flinders University) and Dr Jane Mummery (Federation University)

Empowering Early Career Researchers in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 9 May 2018, Perth
Confirmed speakers: Associate Professor Tanya Dalziell (University of Western Australia), Associate Professor Katie Ellis (Curtin University), Michael Hopkin (The Conversation), Dr Tseen Khoo (Research Whisperer and La Trobe University), Alexandra Lazzari (Routledge Taylor & Francis Australasia), Professor Ottmar Lipp (ARC College of Experts, Curtin University), Tara McLaren (Telethon Kids Institute), Jonathan O’Donnell (Research Whisperer and RMIT University), and Jeannie Rea (NTEU)

HASS Careers: Where do you want to go and how will you get there, 15 August 2017, Melbourne
Confirmed speakers (alphabetical order): Associate Professor Maryrose Casey (Monash University, ARC College of Experts), Associate Professor Kay Cook (Swinburne University of Technology, ARC Future Fellow), Natalie Davall (Routledge/Taylor & Francis), Misha Ketchell (The Conversation), Dr Tseen Khoo (Research Whisperer, La Trobe University), Associate Professor Jo Lindsay (Monash University, The Australian Sociological Association (TASA), CHASS Board member), Jonathan O’Donnell (Research Whisperer, RMIT University), Jeannie Rea (NTEU), and Professor Joanne Tompkins (ARC)