Kathleen Fitzpatrick Australian Research Council
PhD Thinkers in Residence Program 2021
Building the next generation of female academics
Inviting female PhD Candidates who are passionate about generating innovative solutions to real world problems to join a 2-day cross-disciplinary workshop at UniSA, Adelaide, on the 9th and 10th November 2021.
PhD Thinkers in Residence Program
The PhD Thinkers in Residence Program in an interactive 2-day workshop discussing innovative interdisciplinary research on a contemporary work health and safety workplace issue. Please click HERE for more information and to learn about the 2021 discussion topic.
You will have the opportunity to network and build links with other Australian female PhD candidates, develop skills in interdisciplinary creative thinking and methodological approaches, boost career advancement and your future academic endeavours.
You will learn critical research strategies and how to generate ARC research grants. Workshops and presentations will be led by an expert research team (ARC Laureate Fellow, Professor Maureen Dollard), interdisciplinary project experts (Match Studios) and UniSA’s 2021 Thinker in Residence (Marie Boland).
Applications to join the workshop are competitive and places are limited. To be selected as a PhD Thinker, applicants must be currently enrolled at least in their second year as a PhD candidate in Australia. PhD Thinkers will be selected from diverse disciplines. Due to COVID-19, applicants must be living in South Australia at this time.
Please send through your CV and a separate document that answers the question ‘How would joining this workshop assist you in your PhD journey and beyond?’ in 300 words. Send these documents to email@example.com. Successful applicants will be asked to provide a supporting statement from their supervisor if necessary. Applications close 5pm 30th September.
The workshop is free. Successful applicants are eligible to receive remuneration for baby-sitting and travels costs if applicable.
For more information, please contact
Dr. Rachael Potter,
Thinker in Residence
Marie Boland is UniSA’s inaugural 2021 Thinker in Residence, based at the University’s Psychosocial Safety Climate (PSC) Observatory. The PSC Observatory is a world-first platform managing national and international research on workplace psychosocial safety, established in 2020 by ARC Kathleen Fitzpatrick Australian Laureate Fellow, Professor Maureen Dollard. Please click HERE to read more.