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Designing for Impact: Moving Beyond the Icing on the Cake

Presented on November, 30 2023 by Dr Wade Kelly, Monash University and Ken Knight, Murdoch Children's Research Institute. Facilitated by Catherine McElhone, University of Technology Sydney

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Applying your research manager superpowers to develop major initiatives

Presented on November, 15 2023 by Dr Sally McArthur, Deakin University and Facilitated by Sharon Aburn, Monash University.

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Supporting Indigenous Research and Engagement

Presented on October, 18 2023 by Ms Mandy Downing - Curtin University and Mr Peter Rogers - Edith Cowan University. Facilitated by Dr Debbie Thackray - Curtin University.

Session Summary:

Aboriginal researchers encounter institutional barriers to Indigenous Australian research, and less experienced non-Indigenous researchers often need more understanding of the measures required to protect Indigenous knowledges in research. Yet, few institutions have taken active steps towards identifying and addressing such challenges.

This presentation showcased the collaboration between the Dean of Indigenous Futures and the Research Office at Curtin University in developing research agreement templates suitable for Indigenous Australian research projects. The approach presented in the session aimed to look at ways to minimise lengthy delays for those conducting Indigenous research through pre-determined clauses within the agreement templates. This approach presented demonstrated principles of Indigenous involvement in University governance as well as  building upon the University’s commitment to reconciliation.  This approach recognises that bespoke contractual agreements are more suited for the needs of Aboriginal researchers and projects.

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From Concept to Contract – Research Contracts with Industry: Relationship Mechanism or Legal Tangle?

Presented on August, 16 2023 by Dr Helen Barrie, Jeff Kasparian & Anastasia Apostol.

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Impact: the stuff that dreams are made of

Presented on June, 14 2023 by Dr Julie Glover - NHMRC & Dr Alex Aitkin - NHMRC and Facilitated by Dr Brett Szmajda - CSIRO.

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Connecting Research and Policy

Presented on May, 31 2023 by Dr Hannah McKercher - Riddet Institute at Massey University, Office of the Prime Minister's Chief Science Advisor & Dr George Slim - Rhadegund Life Sciences, Office of Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor and Facilitated by Ms Melissa Climo - Bridger Consulting Ltd

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A camel passing through the eye of a needle: NTROs in the Australian research landscape

Presented on April, 19 2023 by  Dr Joseph Toltz - The University of Sydney, Dr Smiljana Glisovic - DDCA & Professor Craig Batty - University of South Australia

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Open Access in Aotearoa New Zealand - What do we know?

Presented on March, 22 2023 by Jess Howie - University of Waikato & Richard White - University of Otago and Facilitated by Lesley Brook - Te Pūkenga New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology.

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A practical narrative/case study writing workshop for research support staff

Presented on March, 15 2023 by Dr Lesley Ashton - QuoVadis Consulting and Facilitated by Emma Collyer - UNSW Sydney.

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Career pathways for research management and administration professionals in Australia: A pilot study

Presented on February, 15 2023 by Dr Olumide Odeyemi and facilitated by Ed Benyon.

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A new alternative for research team members' curriculum vitae in NZ funding applications - the Narrative CV

Presented on January, 25 2023 by Dr Farzana Masouleh and Ms Kim Pritchard. Facilitated by Dr Simon Lovatt.

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