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It is of strategic importance to Bond University that both Higher Degree Research (HDR) students and supervisors share the accumulated knowledge resources to ensure effective research training and support. Research training is promoted in the current Strategic Plan for this reason. Opportunities for training, support and information exchange are provided every semester at Bond.

HDR Orientation (Compulsory)

The compulsory HDR Orientation and induction is held once a semester and provides candidates with information about the university, research practices and resources available throughout their candidature. It is an opportunity to meet with other HDR candidates and attendance is a condition of being enrolled in the HDR program. The HDR Orientation is always held on Tuesday of O week

Orientation Dates for 2022

Semester Three:              Tuesday 10am 6th September 2022

Faculty Orientation

Faculty orientation is essential to discuss both general infrastructure support (including building access, access to office/workspace or laboratory space, photocopying, travel, Internet access, tearoom facilities, technical support, equipment access, parking requirements, disability access requirement) and project-specific support (such as field work, testing, consumables, laboratory space) that will be provided to the candidate by the faculty. Your Faculty Research Development Manager is responsible for facilitating your Faculty Orientation and will contact you directly with the details once you are enrolled.

The Bond University Higher Degree Research Subcommittee (BUHDRS) presents an initiative to help HDR students and supervisors realise success in managing and completing degrees at the masters and doctoral levels. The series features topics of relevance to HDR students during your candidature and looking beyond degree completion.

Attendance is considered compulsory for all commencing HDR students. Online links are available for Off-campus student to join sessions remotely. Confirmation cannot be achieved without having attended all six topics in the series.

DateTimeVenueWorkshop title

29 Sep 2022

(Thu)

 

1:00pm to 2:30pm

BLD06_4_25

Project Management (Session 1)

  • Project Management for Researchers: Planning for Success (A/Prof Alexander Lang, FSD)

6 Oct 2022

(Thur)

 

1:00pm to 2:30pm

 

BLD06_4_25

 

Managing Knowledge (Session 2)

  • Copyright, Plagiarism & Introduction to Research Data Management (Ms Antoinette Cass)
  • Library Services – Search techniques for literature reviews and reference management options (Mrs Sarah Bateup)

Week 5

 

 

Research Integrity Training

20 Oct 2022

(Thu)

 

1:00pm to 2:30pm

 

BLD06_4_25

Funding/Budgets, Automated Forms & Research Ethics (Session 3)

  • Funding/Budgets & Automated forms through Workflow Gen including progress reports (Ms Vinese Berkett)
  • Research Ethics Overview - Workshop setting up Ethics Application (Dr Lisa Marlow)

2 Nov 2022

(Wed)

 

 

 

1:00pm to 2:30pm

 

BLD06_4_25

Data Management & PURE Research Portal (Session 4)

  • PURE Research Portal (Dr Caroline Lovell)
  • Research Data Storage Solutions: Access, sync and sharing capabilities + Introductions of Data Management Advisors & Data Management Plan (Mr Brock Askey)

10 Nov 2022

(Thur)

 

 

1:00pm to 2:30pm

 

BLD06_4_25

Confirmation of Candidature (Session 5)

  • Achieving Confirmation: The Pit Stop on the Way to HDR Success! (A/Prof Donna Sellers, HSM)

            + Student panel Q & A on Confirmation

24 Nov 2022

(Thur)

 

 

1:00pm to 2:30pm

 

BLD06_4_25

Thesis to Workplace (Session 6)

  • HDR Career Transitions, Personal Branding, Networking & LinkedIn (Ms Moira McLean)
  • If you are unable to attend any session please contact via email [email protected] or call HDR Administration Unit on +61 7 5595 4429.

10 – 12pm every Friday from 16 Sept  (Week 1, semester 223)

Venue: FSD HDR Collaborative Space

For more information, please contact: [email protected]