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Research upskilling

Are you a Research Academic keen to develop your skills and take your career to the next level? Bond University can provide the assistance you need to expand your research knowledge and expertise. Bond University offers a comprehensive range of services to Research Academics keen to continue their professional development. Practical advice covering all research aspects coupled with continued support will ensure you develop a variety of skills to help you excel in your chosen field. Bond can provide assistance to help increase your knowledge and expertise on a range of topics including research methods and design, supervisor support, time management, presentation skills and academic writing.

Bond is one of the world’s leading universities and home to internationally renowned researchers. First-class facilities and continued professional development opportunities ensure Bond Research Academics remain leaders in their fields. To uphold Bond’s global reputation for research excellence, the University provides ongoing assistance to Academics to help them update skills and further their careers. Bond can offer help in relation to:

  • Supervisor support: monthly sessions provide opportunities for Academics to share their experiences and explore the Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) Supervisor Toolkit. Please refer to the Library Guide for more information.
  • Grant writing
  • Publication workshops: tips on academic writing for journals, the Conversation website and blogs.
  • Budget development
  • Project management
  • Research methods and design
  • Quantitative and Qualitative statistics
  • Presentation skills
  • Data management
  • Ethics
  • Conflict of interest
  • Early Career Researcher (ECR) advice
  • Higher Degree Research (HDR) supervision
  • Academic writing
  • Time management for Academics
  • Library-research impact: please refer to the Library for more information.
  • Data management tool kit
  • NVivo: understanding the Quality Data Analysis (QDA) software program
  • Open access and scholarly publishing