The Higher Degree Research (HDR) Supervision Development team offer a series of HDR Supervision Development Workshops, complementing those offered by Colleges, Schools and Centres.
These workshops address a range of topics, issues and experience relevant to good practice in HDR supervision. Participation in any of these is a 'qualifying renewal activity' for HDR Supervision Annual Registration Renewal under the ANU HDR Supervision Development Framework. The 2023 program will be listed below as it is confirmed, and in the monthly Research News.
HDR Supervision Development Workshops are open to all HDR supervisors, and are free; please enrol to receive the Zoom link or location details.
Foundations of HDR Supervision Workshops are offered to those new to supervision, as part of the HDR Supervision Initial Registration process. Please visit the Foundations of HDR Supervision Workshops webpage for more information, and to enrol for one of these workshops.
HDR Supervision Topic Workshops, Issues Forums and Masterclass Panels
* The HDR Supervision Topic Workshops, Issues Forums and Masterclass Panels are offered online (unless otherwise indicated), via Zoom (Zoom information). Subject to demand, other workshops may be scheduled as the year progresses. We’ll update the schedule on this webpage and in the monthly Research News.
Respectful Relationships training
Focus – The Respectful Relationships Unit (RRU) offers a range of training for University staff. They are designed to increase understanding of sexual assault and sexual harassment and support preventative strategies. Topics in the first half of 2023 are: LGBTQIA+ Ally Training; Responding to sexual violence; and Understanding sexual violence and bystander intervention.
Various dates. Details and enrolment.
Recordings of the HDR Supervision Topic Workshops and Masterclass Panels
You can access recordings of the HDR Supervision Topic Workshops and Masterclass Panels at the HDR Supervision Development Portal.
More information or suggestions
We welcome your feedback and suggestions for workshop topics. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone on +61 2 6125 1503.