::fibreculture:: CSAA Annual Conference Byron Bay: PG & ECR Day

Baden Offord baden.offord at scu.edu.au
Thu Aug 19 05:50:52 CEST 2010


Cultural Studies Association of Australasia
Postgraduate & ECR Pre-Conference Day

Join other Postgrads and Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from around 
Australasia for a great
day of networking, professional development and stimulating conversation
on 6 December 2010 (immediately prior to the CSAA National Conference 
from 7-9 Dec).

The day will be a great opportunity to share research ideas and 
interests in a supportive
collegial atmosphere, discuss the challenges Postgrads and ECRs are 
facing in a rapidly
changing academic world, connect with senior scholars in the field 
and establish ongoing
networks that will sustain us into the future.

The Postgrad & ECR Day is free and fully catered (lunch + morning and 
afternoon tea)
and located right in the heart of beautiful Byron Bay.

There are limited spaces available, so make sure you register asap 
through the conference website: 
http://www.scu.edu.au/research/cpsj/asa/registration.html

Come along, have a great time and join the main conference already 
knowing some of your fellow travellers!

For questions contact Soenke Biermann: soenke.biermann at scu.edu.au or 
(02)6620 3936.


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CSAA Conference Bursaries for Postgrads/ECRs
(Supported by the ARC Cultural Research Network)

Are you a Postgraduate Student or Early Career Researcher (ECR) 
interested in attending the CSAA PG Day and Conference from 6-9 
December 2010, but having difficulty finding the funds to do so?

   Apply for a bursary through our website: 
https://scuau.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9TUOb3HsG3k0LvC
(if the link doesn't work, copy and paste into your browser window)

We will accept Bursary
applications until Friday, 27 August 2010.

For questions contact Nigel Hayes: nigel.hayes at scu.edu.au


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A Scholarly Affair (CSAA National Conference 2010)
http://www.scu.edu.au/research/cpsj/asa/index.html
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