Who: Early and mid-career researchers with interests in Southeast Asia currently affiliated with or employed at the University of Sydney
When: 9:30am-5:30pm, Wednesday 23 to Friday 25 November 2022 (including overnight)
Where: H.C. Coombs Centre, Kirribilli, Sydney
Join us for our residential writing retreat for early and mid-career researchers. Over three days, you will disconnect from the noise around you, reconnect with each other, and make inroads on your writing project.
The program will include structured writing time, informal discussions, and debriefing sessions, and plenty of good food and coffee. November is a particularly beautiful time of year in Kirribilli, and we’ll also be encouraging you to enjoy the flowering jacarandas nearby! In the evenings, join us for old-fashioned parlour games or simply enjoy the rest and refreshment that comes with participating in a residential retreat.
Expected outcomes of the retreat include:
This is a residential retreat. It will commence at 9:30am on Wednesday 23 November and conclude at 5:30pm on Friday 25 November.
Further details to be advised.
To be eligible for this retreat, applicants must be:
* A fully vaccinated person is a person who has received the number of doses required for a complete course of a COVID-19 vaccine. For further information on vaccination requirements please visit the Australian Government website.
Applications are now closed.
Applicants will be advised whether their application has been successful in the week commencing 7 November 2022. Please email any queries about the retreat and the application process to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.