CJRC Welcomes New Members in 2016

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At the beginning of 2016, the Crime and Justice Research Centre welcomed three new staff members to the team, Dr David Fonseca, Dr Angela Higgenson and Dr Monique Mann. Appointed through the 2016 round of QUT’s ECARD program, all three staff members have successfully secured academic positions in the School of Justice, Faculty of Law, bringing with them a diverse range of expertise and experience. See more details below.

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ECARD Applications Close in Less Than ONE WEEK!

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Seeking an academic position with QUT? The ECARD program is the perfect launchpad for your academic career.The Faculty of Law has four current vacancies:

  • One in the School of Justice in the areas of Criminology & Policing;
  • Three in the School of Law in the areas of Intellectual Property & Innovation Law; Indigenous Legal Issues; and Ethics, Professional Responsibility & Civil Procedure and/or Evidence. 

Applications close 29th June 2015.

For more information regarding these positions, please refer to the QUT Jobs website. 

QUT’s ECARD Program: Applications Close in Two Weeks!

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The Faculty of Law has four ECARD vacancies for 2016 in the discipline areas of:

  • Criminology and policing
  • Intellectual property and innovation law
  • Indigenous legal issues
  • Ethics, professional responsibility, civil procedure and/or evidence.

For information regarding the available positions and how to apply, please refer to the position description on the QUT Jobs website.

Closing date for ECARD applications is 29th June 2015.

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Considering a Career in Academia? QUT’s ECARD Program is the Perfect Pathway! Apply Now.

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The Early Career Academic Recruitment & Development (ECARD) Program is a QUT initiative designed to accelerate the professional development and cultural integration of recently recruited early career academics.

The ECARD Program aims to enhance understanding of academic life at QUT in order to accelerate the contribution of early career academics in their teaching, research and service. For the ECARD participant it provides a broad foundation of knowledge about QUT’s research and teaching activities and expectations, as well as the opportunity to develop strong networking and collaborative relationships across the university. Read more

QUT is Hiring! Vacancies Available for the 2016 ECARD Program. Apply Now!

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QUT’s Early Career Academic Recruitment and Development (ECARD) Program has been designed to provide newly appointed staff with an excellent platform from which to build their academic careers. The ECARD program is developed and facilitated by experts from across the University and offers a comprehensive suite of activities aimed at developing participants’ skills, knowledge and abilities to help ensure their career success.

The Faculty of Law currently has four ECARD vacancies in the discipline areas of:

  • Criminology and policing
  • Intellectual property and innovation law
  • Indigenous legal issues
  • Ethics, professional responsibility, civil procedure and/or evidence.

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