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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

Teaching and Learning Conference 2021: Call for abstracts

Submissions close Monday 12 April

This year the Teaching and Learning Conference (1-2 June, online) will explore the theme "Transitioning to COVID-normal: Developing a new ecosystem for teaching, learning and assessment". Abstracts are invited from both academic and professional staff.

Visit the Research News section for more details about submitting an abstract.

Chancellor's Prize for Excellence in PhD Thesis

Nominations are invited for the annual Chancellor's Prize for Excellence in the PhD Thesis for 2021. Students who completed a PhD degree in 2020 are eligible for nomination and supervisors are encouraged to consult with their Head of Department/School. Nominations must be submitted to Faculty Deans by Heads of Departments/Schools by Friday 14 May.

Visit the Research News section for more information on making a nomination.

Reminder - Update your Find an Expert profile

A new functionality going live in Themis will improve the display of Find an Expert profiles, including the ability to flag and provide comments about a researcher's availability for industry collaboration and media to name a few. Researchers are encouraged to ensure their profiles are current and their information is displaying correctly. Find out more on the Find an Expert resources page.