27th University of Southern Queensland Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher (PGECR) Group Research Symposium
Speakers: Tseen Khoo, La Trobe University and James Burford, La Trobe Universtiy
|Date:||18 June 2021|
|Time:||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Venue:||Online via Zoom|
|Contact:||Any questions and suggestions about the symposium can be directed to this email address, please: PGECRSymposium@usq.edu.au|
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The Zoom link will be provided after registration.
• Dr Tseen Khoo, Senior Lecturer, Research Education and Development team, Graduate Research School, La Trobe University, Australia, and co-creator of The Research Whisperer (https://scholars.latrobe.edu.au/tkhoo) (https://researchwhisperer.org/)
• Dr James Burford, Lecturer, Research Education and Development team, Graduate Research School, La Trobe University, Australia (https://scholars.latrobe.edu.au/jburford)
Tseen and Jamie’s joint keynote address is entitled “The Portable Scholarly Self”, and will discuss what defines a scholarly self in and out of university contexts, and will address the questions “What are researcher traits?” and “What does it mean to have done a research degree?”.
1. Creating our future research selves
2. Implementing, interrogating, and innovating future research methods
3. Framing and reframing research futures – potential and possibilities
NB: While it is possible for presentations to draw on more than one theme, colleagues submitting presentation abstracts are asked to nominate one theme for particular focus in their presentations, please. Despite the diversity of these themes, all of them are intended to be inclusive of all research approaches, disciplines and philosophies.
Symposium presentations can take a variety of formats, including but not limited to:
• Conceptual papers
• Methodological papers
• Sharing research data
• Empirical papers
Presentations may engage with the nominated symposium theme in a number of ways, and you are welcome to present research that is at any stage of development, from conception through to reflection. All fields of research are welcome, as are all levels of research experience. Each presentation will be allocated 15 minutes, with discussion following each symposium session.
If you would like to present a paper, please send a title and abstract (150-200 words) to https://surveys.usq.edu.au/index.php/313574?lang=en by 5.00 pm on Monday, 17 May 2021. Please include the following information with your submission:
• Employment position/program of study
• Research area
• An interesting personal fact
If you are not planning on presenting, please RSVP for attendance only to https://surveys.usq.edu.au/index.php/313574?lang=en by 5.00 pm on Monday, 14 June 2021. Passwords for Zoom attendance will be emailed following registration.
Any questions and suggestions about the symposium can be directed to this email address, please: PGECRSymposium@usq.edu.au
Looking forward to another engaging and informative research symposium!