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Scholarship for Health ECRs

The Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research Scholarship Program is a six week program based in Canberra at the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association, that gives recipients the opportunity to: build  expertise in an area relevant to health services research contribute to the AHHA and its work interact with policy makers…

Pitch your idea to an audience of global business leaders and influencers

Perfect your pitch and apply to PItch@Palace by September 30 for your chance to pitch your business idea, connect with CEOs, influencers, angels, mentors and potential business partners. Visit www.pitchatpalaceaustralia.com. You can enter with a startup business or social enterprise – even of it’s an idea on paper, MPV or prototype. The pitching competition starts November…

PhDs in Industry: Geremy Farr-Wharton

Geremy Farr-Wharton did a PhD because he wanted to change the world by solving real problems. He says his role as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the CSIRO enables him to do just that: use the research skills developed through his PhD to create life-changing solutions to real-world problems.…

Publishing from your thesis: tips, advice and resources

After submitting his thesis for examination, Dr Stephen Vincent prioritised publications and produced five papers from his PhD research. He describes: “Not only is it important to share your findings with the wider community, but this will help to boost your research profile and demonstrates a tangible long-term…

PhD Alumnus to explore MOOCs and digital literacy at MIT

Digital Learning professional and 2013 QUT PhD alumnus Dr Anitza Geneve has been awarded the 2018 Fulbright Professional Scholar in Vocational Education & Training (VET) and will spend three months with her host organisation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States. Dr Geneve says: “I’m looking forward to driving…

Copyright matters everywhere, in all our communications

The need to observe the rights and obligations of copyright continues beyond QUT. Beyond the vast array of books and journals that QUT offers, there are many “open’ resources available on the internet. Resources with broad re-use rights are licensed using Creative Commons (CC)  licences. That means they…