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Taring Padi: Tanah Tumpah Darah
29 Feb

Taring Padi: Tanah Tumpah Darah

From March to May 2024, Griffith University Art Museum will host 'Taring Padi: Tanah Tumpah Darah'. As part of this project, Taring Padi will undertake a residency and suite of public programs in collaboration with proppaNOW, one of Australia's most important Aboriginal art collectives, and develop a public art banner project together.
A Soft Place to Land
14 May

A Soft Place to Land

A Soft Place to Land is a collaborative investigation using found and natural objects as a mediator of the body, lineage, and memory within spaces
Actions Library searching for literature reviews
14 May

Actions Library searching for literature reviews

In this workshop your Library specialists will provide invaluable information and demonstrate searching systematically in library databases using example topics.
Data Storytelling
22 May

Data Storytelling

This session is for researchers to learn how to use the data, visuals and narrative to bring together the story of their research.
The Many Faces of Regression
23 May

The Many Faces of Regression

To help you digest the diverse literature on regression, this workshop gives you a tour of the many different ways that regression can be used (with copious examples).
Public Lecture: Repairing Competition: When Intellectual Property Amounts to Refusal to Repair
23 May

Public Lecture: Repairing Competition: When Intellectual Property Amounts to Refusal to Repair

Join us for the Repairing Competition: When Intellectual Property Amounts to Refusal to Repair public lecture by Anthony Rosborough, Assistant Professor of Law & Computer Science at Dalhousie University and Doctoral Researcher at the European University Institute.
Public Lecture: Repairing Competition: When Intellectual Property Amounts to Refusal to Repair
23 May

Public Lecture: Repairing Competition: When Intellectual Property Amounts to Refusal to Repair

Join us for the Repairing Competition: When Intellectual Property Amounts to Refusal to Repair public lecture by Anthony Rosborough, Assistant Professor of Law & Computer Science at Dalhousie University and Doctoral Researcher at the European University Institute.
MM8 - Integrative mixed methods, the case of thematic/clustering analysis
27 May

MM8 - Integrative mixed methods, the case of thematic/clustering analysis

Critical reading and writing about mixed methods involves appraisal and justification. This session looks at the core theoretical concepts of mixed methodologies (MM) and unpacks common difficulties in explaining and justifying the choice of MM study design aspects in academic writing.
Formulating open-ended questions for interviews as part of Mixed Methods
28 May

Formulating open-ended questions for interviews as part of Mixed Methods

This workshop provides a practical guide to the formulation, wording and sequencing of open-ended questions (OEQs), in the context of a semi-structured interview, and as part of a mixed methods study.
Exploring Perspectives: Broadening Our Understanding
28 May

Exploring Perspectives: Broadening Our Understanding

This discussion group combines educational content with interactive and reflective activities to help participants understand the importance of perspectives, cultivate empathy, and embrace diversity while having impactful and engaging in meaningful discussions.
Evidencing your teaching and research impact for promotion
29 May

Evidencing your teaching and research impact for promotion

Are you applying for promotion, or thinking of applying, in 2024 or 2025?
A case for promotion is expected to show evidence of sustained achievement and impact in the areas you are applying : teaching excellence, research excellence or both.
SEM 6: Pitfalls
29 May

SEM 6: Pitfalls

A series of workshops and seminars on Structural Equation Modelling.