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MERI contact detail

Visit the MERI contact page to learn more about the team.
General inquiries:bblaher@unimelb.edu.au
Grants: mgse-grants@unimelb.edu.au
Graduate research: mgse-research@unimelb.edu.au

Research Event

MGSE Research Forums 2021

Reimagining Research Futures @ MGSE

Date: Thursday 22 April
Time: 11.00am – 12.30pm


In 2021, MERI are planning to conduct a series of four research forums that bring together MGSE academics to consider new and emerging research agendas that address the pressing issues for education.  There is currently a breadth of research activity at MGSE that is high quality, innovative and translational. The forum discussions are not designed to replace current research or identify priority areas for research, but rather to discuss new possibilities in reimagining research futures at MGSE.

The question to be discussed at the first forum is:

What are the new emerging research agendas that MGSE needs to be responding to?

Visit the Research Events page for more information on the format of the first Forum.

Research News

Have your say - Advancing Melbourne Education roundtable

The University is holding a virtual Education Roundtable between April 19-21 and all staff are invited to participate. This is the first of a number of virtual roundtables in which staff are invited to share their views on key themes of the Advancing Melbourne strategy. The Education Roundtable will involve a series of provocations and discussions, held over three days, using an online platform. Topics to be discussed and debated include:

* What is the future of the lecture at Melbourne?

* How can we create more diversity in our classrooms?

* Should Melbourne embrace more online programs?

* Why should students come to campus for their education?

Visit the Research News page for more information.

Funding Opportunities

Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme

The Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme is a joint initiative of Universities Australia (UA) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). The scheme supports exchanges for researchers to spend time at partner institutions in Germany and for collaborating German researchers to spend time at UoM. Proposals must include an ECR.

Visit the Funding Opportunities page to find out more.