Events for 05 March, 2020

Academic Editors are here to help and not just HDR students

Academic Editors are here to help and not just HDR students

The focus of this seminar is two-fold: (1) to inform postgraduate students about how an editor can help them prepare their thesis and (2) to inform the wider university community (academic, research and support staff) about how editors can help to facilitate their work and that of their students.
Data Storytelling

Data Storytelling

A hands on workshop to learn how to use the data, visuals and narrative to bring together the story of your research.
MHIQ Program Seminar Series Healthcare Practice & Survivorship - Ethical Perspectives on Telehealth

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Healthcare Practice & Survivorship - Ethical Perspectives on Telehealth

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Healthcare Practice & Survivorship - Telehealth is recognised as an "umbrella' term that covers aspects of telemedicine that link with and provide services for people in home and community settings. In this presentation Dr Malcolm Fisk will point to the way that changing service paradigms call for a rethink of the ethical parameters that underpin telehealth. New ethical parameters need to be taken into account.
Analysis of Survey Data beyond Chi-squared

Analysis of Survey Data beyond Chi-squared

A chronological approach, starting with the analyses that you use for introducing yourself (and others) to your data: summary statistics, probing the design and sampling underlying the data collection process, and histograms to represent the range of responses.
gamu gulindubayi / deep water, deep time | Michelle Hobbs & Dale Harding

gamu gulindubayi / deep water, deep time | Michelle Hobbs & Dale Harding

gamu gulindubayi / deep water, deep time is a collaborative exhibition by Michelle Hobbs (Bidjara) and Dale Harding (Bidjara, Ghungalu, Garingbal) to share new water stories.
GLOBAL Internships - Information Session

GLOBAL Internships - Information Session

Global internships offer business students the opportunity to gain not only course credit, but hands-on work experience in an international setting.

Internship destinations for Trimester 3, 2020 include China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos and Malaysia.
Research@GAI: Trends, plans, opportunities, ideas

Research@GAI: Trends, plans, opportunities, ideas

Professor Ian Hall, Deputy Director (Research), Griffith Asia Institute will review GAI's recent performance, with a particular focus on funds and publications. He will also discuss what is planned for GAI in 2020 and afterwards, as well as variour funding schemes and opportunities.
Public: Rae Cooper

Public: Rae Cooper

Through a series of mixed media and ready-made artefacts, Rae Cooper contemplates the conflict between reality and manufactured truth.
gamu gulindubayi / deep water, deep time : Michelle Hobbs & Dale Harding

gamu gulindubayi / deep water, deep time : Michelle Hobbs & Dale Harding

gamu gulindubayi / deep water, deep time is a collaborative exhibition by Michelle Hobbs (Bidjara) and Dale Harding (Bidjara, Ghungalu, Garingbal) to share new water stories.