Who: Higher Degree by Research students with interests in Southeast Asia at the University of Sydney
When: Wednesday 16 June 2021, from 3-5pm
Where: University of Sydney, Camperdown Campus
Being successful as a postgraduate student is about much more than just producing a good thesis. From finding the right software referencing system and crunching stats to managing supervisor relationships and getting to grips with your methodology, there is a lot for postgraduate students to get up to speed on.
In this skills-dating workshop, we invite you to identify what you’re great at, what you need help with and, most importantly, to learn from and share these skills with your peers. You don’t need to be an expert in EndNote or Mixed Methods to attend; you simply need to be willing to share your approach to learning. And, if you’re not sure exactly what skills you have to share with your peers, you can come along and learn from other postgrads who’ve been in the same situation during their research journey.
What’s in it for me?
To participate in this workshop, applicants must be:
Applicants are required to fill out this online form by Wednesday 9 June 2021.
When applying, you will be asked to identify up to three skills you consider to be your strongest. You will also be invited to nominate three skills you would like to learn. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Places are limited.
Please email any queries about the retreat and the application process to email@example.com.
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre reserves the right to cancel this event on short notice. The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre will be closely monitoring the situation and following NSW Health Advice to assess all risks associated with the event, and will notify participants of any changes to the program. In participating in this event, all individuals will be required to follow social distancing and good hygiene practices so as to reduce the risk of infection with COVID-19.