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Academic Pathways: Why the first five years post-PhD are so critical

You've submitted your thesis. What's next?
This online workshop will take you through the pathways and pitfalls of the post-PhD research phase, and what you can do to stand out.

Who: Postgraduate and early career researchers with interests in Southeast Asia

When: Tuesday 15 August 2023, 4pm (AEST)

Where: Online via Zoom

If you want to be an academic, being awarded a PhD is only the beginning of your journey. From strategic publishing and shoring up your research affiliation to understanding the DECRA clock and positioning yourself as competitive for these and other major research grants, this workshop will guide you through the critical first five years post-PhD. Delivered online and facilitated by Professor Michele Ford, this session will feature three of SSEAC’s early career researchers sharing their experiences. Join us to learn more about the early career researcher stage, and what you can do to stand out.

The session will be chaired by Michele Ford (SSEAC) and feature early career researchers Yvonne Low (art history), Sabin Zahirovic (geosciences) and Aaron Opdyke (humanitarian engineering) - all based at the University of Sydney.

Register for the workshop here.