Doctoral education, assessment & learning colloquium
Tuesday, 26 November 2019, 09:45 am — Wednesday, 27 November 2019, 04:30 pm
|Location:||Rooms X101, X202, X205 New Space, Newcastle|
This event to be held at New Space 26 - 27 November, organised by the Centre for the Study of Research Training & Innovation, presents an opportunity to discuss doctoral education, higher order learning, and its impacts informed by the research and insights of leading scholars in the field. The colloquium sessions will be of interest to those interested in educating and developing researchers and building capacity for research in university and in all walks of professional life. Attend one session or the whole colloquium. Attendance is free but please register to book your seat. View the event program (PDF 1.3MB).
Theme 1: Science doctorates
Featured research - Associate Professor Mitch O'Toole. 'The conceptual component of research dissertation examination: Towards a synthesis of patterns of Post-Formal Thinking.'
Theme 2: Beyond the degree
Theme 3: Emotion
Theme 4: Individual differences
Theme 5: Entrepreneurial capacity
Featured research - Simon Watts. 'What can be learned from elite policy entrepreneurs: Creating innovation in the 21st century.' Register here.
Theme 6: Examination feedback