HDR Candidate news – October

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Congratulations – approved for graduation

The Faculty would like to warmly congratulate the following HDR candidates, who were approved for graduation in August/September:Well done on chalkboard

  • Muhammad Ali, School of Computing & Mathematics, “Statistical Estimation Techniques over Manifolds in Computer Vision”
  • Carolina Prihandinisari, School of Computing & Mathematics, “The Influence of Work Motivation, Organisational Commitment, and Job Satisfaction on the Intention to Leave a Public Organisation in Indonesia”
  • Kelly Samson, School of Management & Marketing, “Human capital analytics: Exploring a contingency model of executive decision making effectiveness, human resource capabilities, organisation culture, and organisational performance”

HDR Welcome & Induction session – 17 October

A reminder that the next HDR Candidate Welcome and Induction session is being run on Wednesday 17 October 2018. Please visit the Research Professional Development Calendar to register for this session.

These sessions are highly recommended for recently commenced candidates and provide essential information about getting started. Attending an induction session is part of the probationary conditions for candidature.

CSU HDR scholarships for 2019 – domestic applications close 31 October.

Stacks of coins and pensThe 2019 scholarship round is still open for applications from domestic students. Please visit the following page for full details: https://www.csu.edu.au/research/scholarships

The closing date for Domestic applicants is Wednesday 31 October 2018, 5 pm (AEDST).

Applications for International applicants have closed, and applicants should be notified of the outcome of their applications by the end of October.

Researchers seeking recent HDR graduates with a thesis by publication

A group of Australian researchers are seeking participants for a new research study:
PhD candidates’ motivations, experiences, and opinions of the ‘Thesis by Publication’.

  • Did you complete a Thesis by Publication (also known as PhD by Publication, PhD with publications, Thesis as a series of published works, etc)?
  • Did you complete your PhD in the past 5 years at an Australian university?
  • Would you like to help smooth the path for others?

You are invited to take part in the study by completing an online questionnaire, which should take you around 15 minutes to complete. Your responses have the potential to impact the development of policies and guidelines for supporting doctoral candidates throughout the process of completing a Thesis by Publication.

Get more information about the study: https://goo.gl/taSPgA
Go to the questionnaire: https://t.co/1uscR6IE1u