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Globalink Research Internship in Canada

Published 13 August 2019 @ 03:05 PM, by Narelle Jones

Mitacs Globalink Research Internships are currently available at over 45 universities across Canada. 

Each year between May and October, Globalink Research Internships bring a select group of international undergraduate students to do research at Canada's top universities.

During their internships, students participate in research projects under the supervision of outstanding faculty members, work with graduate students & research associates, and experience the many one-of-a-kind educational, social, and recreational opportunities Canada has to offer.

For more information, please visit:

https://www.mitacs.ca/en/programs/globalink/globalink-research-internship


​Life after the PhD: Planning Your Next Career Steps

Published 31 July 2019 @ 12:11 PM, by Narelle Jones

How do you plan and prepare for your next career steps after finishing your PhD?

How do you decide which career path is right for you - academia, government, industry or some other pathway?

This interactive workshop will give you tools and strategies for tackling these questions based on your own interests, strengths and preferences. If you are unsure about preparing for life after the PhD, this event will help you start building your focus and confidence to pursue a path best suited to your skills and priorities.

About the presenter, Dr. Kerstin Fritsches, and PostdocTraining

Kerstin is a former research fellow who spent the majority of her 12-year research career on soft money, with first-hand experience of the challenges facing early career researchers and a strong track record in postdoc affairs and career development. Kerstin founded PostdocTraining in 2011 to bridge a gap in professional development by delivering career training support tailored specifically for PhD students and postdocs. PostdocTraining delivers career development support and mentoring for researchers worldwide and Kerstin has become a sought-after workshop facilitator on topics such as career planning and research leadership both in Europe and Australia.

Catering provided, registrations are essential.

Register here

Date: Thursday 15 August 2018

Time: 3pm – 5pm

Venue: ML 13.118

iPREP WA PhD Student Applications to work in industry NOW OPEN!

Published 26 July 2019 @ 11:03 AM, by Narelle Jones

We are currently recruiting for the next round of iPREP commencing 7th October 2019. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to earn some money ($3,000) and gain valuable industry skills.

What is iPREPWA?

iPREP is an Industry and PhD Research Engagement Program that provides PhD students the opportunity to gain industry experience while using skills gained in their PhD to solve an industry problem.

What will I be doing?

If successful, you will be working in small inter-disciplinary teams with other PhD students from the 5 universities in WA. You will work on a project full time for 6 weeks at a participating organisation. In previous rounds, students have worked with CSBP Fertilisers, CSIRO, BankWest, Water Corporation, CBH Group, Department of Culture and the Arts, Department of Health and CingleVue. iPREP is open to all industries and disciplines!

Who is eligible?

1.PhD candidates who have submitted their thesis for examination by Monday 26th August AND will not have your degree conferred (all revisions approved and degree awarded by the Board of Examiners) until after the completion of the iPREP program (Friday 15th November).

2.Domestic-enrolled PhD candidates who have Confirmation of Candidature and have consumed at least 2 EFTSL (2 years equivalent of study).

Deadline for applications is 26th August 2019

Apply now: https://bit.ly/2XwnUoL

For more information about iPREP WA visit: https://www.iprep.edu.au/students

Email: iprepwa@ecu.edu.au

Volunteering Opportunity in Graduate Research School

Published 24 July 2019 @ 09:42 AM, by Narelle Jones

At ECU, we are committed to expanding the skills and attributes that will give you a competitive edge when you look for employment. One way is to participate in volunteering opportunities to build your self-confidence and demonstrate leadership, responsibility and community engagement.

In Semester 2, ECU will host 46 HDR students from Jiangxi Normal University (JXNU). The students will attend a 12-week research training study tour. We are looking for volunteer buddies to provide support and friendship to JXNU students. A key feature will be accompanying students on off-campus activities as they visit some of Perth’s favourite attractions. Transport, meals and entry fees for volunteers will be covered by ECU.

If you volunteer and attend at least 3 off-campus activities, you will receive a signed letter from the Vice-Chancellor and a Certificate of Appreciation. These will be a valuable addition to your Resume and LinkedIn profile.

Dates: 12 August to 1 November 2019. Register your interest by emailing: grs@ecu.edu.au

iPREP WA: Industry EOIs open

Published 23 July 2019 @ 10:16 AM, by Narelle Jones

iPREP WA Industry Expressions of Interest NOW OPEN

The next round of the Industry and PhD Research Engagement Program (iPREP WA) is coming up soon and we are looking for organisations to host multi-disciplinary teams over a six week period. Eligible PhD students from the five Western Australian universities, who are at the late stage of their candidature, will be selected, based on relevant skills set, to work on your business problem or project.

If your organisation is interested in being part of the next round, 7th October to 15th November 2019, please email iprepwa@ecu.edu.au or visit the iPREP WA website for more information: https://www.iprep.edu.au/

“As first time iPREP WA participants, we were unsure exactly what to expect, but we’ve been blown away by the entire experience. They quickly assimilated into our team and rapidly came to grips with the complexity of both the category and the task at hand. Each one brought a different set of skills and perspectives which, in combination, proved absolutely invaluable. All-in-all it was a privilege having them in the office and it’s fair to say that in just six weeks, they’ve helped move the business forward 12 months.” (Colin Mackay-Coghill, Partner and Head of Strategy, Ideology)