Higher Degree Research (HDR) Supervision Development Workshops are a core component of the ANU HDR Supervision Development Framework.
There are two series of ANU-wide workshops:
- Foundations of HDR Supervision Workshops are directed at those new to supervision, but all HDR supervisors are welcome. Participation in a Foundations of HDR Supervision Workshop is a required component of supervisor registration for those new to supervision. The Foundations of HDR Supervision Workshops are currently offered only online. We’ll resume face-to-face workshops when 'Return to Campus' measures allow. We’ll update this webpage and advise in the monthly Research & Innovation News. Please visit the Foundations of HDR Supervision Workshops webpage to register for one of these workshops;
- a second series of workshops address a range of topics relevant to good practice in HDR supervision, including masterclass panels. These workshops are currently offered only online. We’ll resume face-to-face workshops when 'Return to Campus' measures allow. We’ll update this webpage and advise in the monthly Research & Innovation News. Details about the 2020 program will be listed below as they are confirmed.
There’s no cost for the workshops, and participation will count as a qualifying activity for registration renewal under the ANU HDR Supervision Framework.
The ANU-wide workshops complement activities organised by Colleges, Schools and Centres, including HDR Supervision at ANU Workshops. These workshops will resume progressively from July. We’ll update this webpage and advise in the monthly Research & Innovation News.
HDR Supervision Topic Workshops and Masterclass Panels 2020
The current Topic Workshops and Masterclass Panels program for 2020 is below. Others will be added throughout the year, including sessions delivered online.
Simple strategies for supporting HDR students’ mental health
Lead – Dr Shari Walsh (Resilient Researcher & Growth Psychology).
Focus – Maintaining positive psychological wellbeing is a challenge for many HDR students at some point in their program. This workshop will focus on key practical issues in this context: recognising signs of mental health difficulties; responding and suggesting support; promoting positive psychological wellbeing.
Date/time – 19 November, 10am–12.30pm. Register for this workshop
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 1797.