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August 2018

Research Colloquium – Dates for 2018

The start time for the Colloquiums is 1.30pm unless otherwise advised. The room is G3. The presenters for the next Colloquium are as follows:

17 August: Gerard Moore, Ali Robinson, Sam Amosa and Alex Banks

Dates in 2018 are:
14 Sept
12 October

Please remember that attendance at the Research Colloquiums is a critical component of a HDR students’ candidature and that every effort should be made to attend. Apologies should be sent to me at [email protected]

Workshops from the Research Office

To register for any of these online workshops, please go to the Research Office website which can be found here:
https://www.csu.edu.au/research/professional-development

13th Aug Establishing a Research Profile All CSU researchers, including HDR Candidates and research support staff members
13th Aug ‘Self-gardening’ in the doctoral candidature and beyond All CSU researchers, academics, HDR Candidates and research support staff
14th Aug HDR Candidate Induction HDR Candidates & their Supervisors
14th Aug Finding Research Funding Opportunities including Research Professional All CSU researchers, including HDR Candidates
16th Aug Research Administration 2: The Grant Submission Process All CSU researchers
20th Aug Qualitative Research, An Introduction All CSU researchers
21st Aug Ratbag Research All CSU researchers, academics, HDR Candidates and research support staff
22nd Aug EndNote for Mac All CSU researchers, including HDR Candidates and research support staff members
23rd Aug My Research Career, Module 2 – Developing research strategies All CSU researchers, including HDR Candidates and research support staff members
23rd Aug Finding & Using Theses & Dissertations All CSU researchers, including HDR Candidates
28th Aug Defeating Self Sabotage All CSU researchers, academics, HDR Candidates and research support staff
29th Aug Supervisor Training – Module 4 – Managing problems and difficulties, providing feedback HDR Supervisors
30th Aug EndNote for Windows All CSU researchers, including HDR Candidates and research support staff members
5th Sep Endnote Online + iPad All CSU researchers, including HDR Candidates and research support staff members
11th Sep Using Library Databases All CSU researchers, including HDR Candidates and research support staff members
12th Sep Research Data Management Techniques All CSU researchers
12th Sep Supervisor Series – Module 1 – Induction CSU academic staff who wish to register as a HDR Supervisor at CSU or learn about supervising HDR candidates at CSU

Brisbane ANZATS Seminar

Malyon College, 53 Prospect Rd, Gaythorne QLD 
3 September 2018, 1.30 – 2.30pm followed by Q & A and afternoon tea

Five Years On: The Long-Term Value of Theological Education.’
Dr Andrew Bain and and Dr Ian Hussey will speak from their new book with the Australian College of Theology titled ‘Theological Education – Foundations, Practices and Future Directions.’

All are welcome.

Alphacrucis Conference

Alphacrucis College, Auckland, New Zealand
7-8 December 2018

“A Symposium on the Gospels and the Church”
This symposium aims to take a fresh look at the gospels and examine their impact on the church in New Zealand

Call for Papers
You are invited to submit relevant papers for this symposium. The papers can be theoretical re-flections or empirical studies. Please submit an abstract (200 words) for consideration. Presenters can expect 30 minutes to present their paper and 5-10 minutes for responses. Abstracts can be submitted electronically to Steve Allen ([email protected]). The deadline for submission is 31 August, 2018. Successful presenters will be informed as soon as possible.

Positions Vacant

Melbourne School of Theology – Senior Lecturer in Biblical Studies and Theology/ Academic Dean

Launceston, Tasmania

MST is looking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Biblical Studies and Theology who will also serve as Academic Dean of the MST Worldview campus, located in Launceston, Tasmania. For more details, please contact Dr Tom Kimber, Dean of Faculty on [email protected] Applications close 24 August 2018.