The month ahead

The week ahead

Introduction to Python - Software Carpentry workshop
12 May

Introduction to Python - Software Carpentry workshop

On-campus 3-day workshop on the software - Python
Advanced Data Wrangling using OpenRefine
12 May

Advanced Data Wrangling using OpenRefine

An online workshop about advanced data wrangling skills for those researchers who have already attended the Introduction to Data Wrangling session.
PDN Live Webinar:  An Introduction to Twice-Exceptionality - Gifted Students with Disabilities
12 May

PDN Live Webinar: An Introduction to Twice-Exceptionality - Gifted Students with Disabilities

In this informative session, Michelle will unpack the concept of twice-exceptionality and how this may show up in a child's educational environment; illustrating this from her vast experience and research with young people. In this session, participants will be engaged in exploring an introduction to what twice exceptionality is and how this may manifest in the classroom.
EndNote training
13 May

EndNote training

Online self-paced tutorial about EndNote with a Q&A session
How to find and apply for Research Funding
13 May

How to find and apply for Research Funding

This workshop will show you where to look for funding opportunities, how to search funding databases and what other tools to use.
Perspectives:Asia | Asian-Australians: Enabling and elevating Australia's competitive advantage to succeed in Asia
13 May

Perspectives:Asia | Asian-Australians: Enabling and elevating Australia's competitive advantage to succeed in Asia

Jieh-Yung Lo from the ANU Centre for Asian-Australian Leadership will present a case for Australian businesses and governments to prioritise Asian-Australian representation in senior leadership positions​; the unique advantages they can bring to strengthen Australia's Asia capabilities; and pathways for our businesses and governments to enable Asian-Australians ​to deliver on their full potential in support of Australia's aspirations to engage and succeed in Asia.
QCA Thursdays: Anna Gonzalez | Abraham Garcia Jr | Patricia Olazo
13 May

QCA Thursdays: Anna Gonzalez | Abraham Garcia Jr | Patricia Olazo

Join us for the opening of three solo exhibitions from Anna Gonzalez, Abraham Garcia Jr & Patricia Olazo from 6pm Thursday, 13 May at QCA Galleries, South Bank.
Gold Coast Alumni Networking Event
13 May

Gold Coast Alumni Networking Event

Griffith University Alumni Relations are delighted to invite you to join Vice Chancellor and President, Professor Carolyn Evans, as well as fellow members of your Alumni community, university staff and friends for an informal evening of networking and connection.

You'll have the opportunity to meet new people, reunite over drinks and canapes with those who attended Griffith with you and hear what is happening at your university.
Informative Priors for Effect Sizes in Bayesian Regressions
17 May

Informative Priors for Effect Sizes in Bayesian Regressions

Online workshop in the Statistical Training program
Copyright, Outputs & Open Access Considerations for Creative & Performing Arts Research
18 May

Copyright, Outputs & Open Access Considerations for Creative & Performing Arts Research

An online seminar will examine copyright, research outputs and open access pertaining to the creative and performing arts research
PDN Live Webinar: Supporting Twice-Exceptional Learners at School
19 May

PDN Live Webinar: Supporting Twice-Exceptional Learners at School

​In this session, Dr Michelle Ronksley-Pavia will provide an overview of some pedagogical approaches and strategies for supporting twice-exceptional learners at school. Michelle will outline suitable approaches for instructional differentiation, moving beyond Bloom's Taxonomy, to begin to support twice-exceptional learners through the application of different curriculum support models.