While each stage of your journey involves several processes, some of the early stages can be the most challenging for various reasons. This session will provide you with some insights and strategies that will help you to: get started on your research journey, raise awareness of where you can find support along the way as well as provide an overview of UTS ethics requirements for researchers. The session will be interactive where possible allowing time for questions and answers, sharing of top tips and more.
Associate Professor Julia Connell is the Director, Researcher Development, UTS Graduate Research School. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Management, Curtin Business School University. Julia has facilitated workshops/classes in 12 different countries - both for researchers and business people. She also regularly conducts research and publishes on topics related to work, change and wellbeing.
Dr Marie Manidis has a background in applied linguistics, adult education and learning in organizations. She is now working in doctoral education examining the early learning experiences of international (those from other countries who have English as an additional language) doctoral students
Racheal Laugery is responsible for providing advice to research staff and students on the preparation and submission of ethics applications for Human Ethics, Animal Ethics and Biosafety.