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Biologist Professor Rick Shine has won the 2016 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science, while early career researcher Professor Richard Payne has been recognised in the physical sciences category for his medicinal chemistry developments.
Dear colleagues, for the exam period at the end of Semester 2, all those who are involved in examining recitals should note that leave will not be granted for you during this time. We need all on deck and scheduling is already a nightmare without further complications.
From 29 February HDR Admin Centre will be responsible for the administration of research students from enrolment to award of degree.
Recitals and juries are now scheduled. Not all panel allocations have been completed, but will be soon. The intranet will have the spreadsheet uploaded tomorrow.
Here are the instructions for checking your personal panel allocation. This is the most up-to-date information as it is LIVE, so please ensure you regularly check it as changes and additions are still being made.
To see your panel and accompaniment allocations:
1. login to staff on line Click this link: http://artifab4.miniserver.com/staffing/
2. User Name: this is your Uni key
3. Password: recital (the password is not your usual Uni password)
If you have any issues please contact Guy McEwan.
The Dean and Chairs of units have made some important decisions regarding the internal leadership structure of the Conservatorium. From 2017, we will have Program Leaders for the degrees offered at the SCM and those Program Leaders will work with the people who coordinate the units of study in that degree. Please read the document. Expressions of Interest will be called for the roles of Program Leader from Friday 21st October and will close on Friday 11 November. Submissions are invited from permanent and fractional (0.5 and above) staff. The roles will be of three years duration with a possible extension of two years.
Your feedback in response to the SCM Internal Leadership Proposal and responses from the Dean, which was discussed with the Chairs of Units Committee on 17 October, is here: SCM Internal Leadership Proposal - Submissions and Responses.
For every guest invited to SCM, paid or unpaid, an online form (see Guidelines on the SCM intranet) captures any preliminary information about the arrangement, ideally at least one month in advance. Faculty professional staff then proceed with logistical and artistic support as required.
Please note that two months may be required if the guest does not hold a Australian or NZ passport and does not have a 400 or 420 visa.
Programing rooms on staff and student cards is now processed by Security Services on Main Campus to align with Uni Policy. Rodney Boatwright (Facilities Support Officer) will no longer complete this task. Grant Crompton (Campus Manager) and Guy McEwan (Venue Ops Manager) will manage this process. Rodney will be able to check card access. Click here for more information.
Travel Partner is the University’s new single, preferred travel management company; a collaboration between the University and Business Travel by STA. For more information see our Q&A and 2016 Travel and Expense Project
The Conservatorium receives a high volume of requests for student musicians. Kate Drain coordinates these requests, so kindly email Kate with the requestor’s contact details and she will advertise the requirement to all students.
Every non-Australian visitor requires the appropriate visa for the activities they perform at the Con, whether paid or unpaid. The University’s Immigration Officer requires 8 weeks’ notice in advance of intent to engage a visitor, especially where a visitor will be requiring a University-sponsored Entertainment (420) visa. Contact Heggy for more information.
The 2016 SCM Annual Research Day focused on the SCM Research Strategy, changes to HDR processes, library support for research, industry and community engagement, research reporting and grants and the question of what artistic research is. To revisit the presentations, please view the presentation slides here.
All intending 2017 applicants must flag their intent to apply for promotion with Matthew Hindson by October 31 this year, and email email@example.com to confirm that they have notified the HoS by 30 November. Here is a link to the policy and procedural changes.
The Library seeks expressions of interest from academics and higher degree researchers, individually or in collaboration, interested in having their research output displayed in the Glass Exhibition Space of the Library.
Please complete the Exhibition Form and submit by Monday 31st October 2016.
All expenditures (Invoices and Corporate Credit Card Reports) need to be approved, coded and submitted by no later than 18 November 2016.
All Cash Claims through Fraedom (formerly known as Spendvision) need to be submitted and approved by no later than 18 November to be included in the last payment run for 2016. The next payment run will not be before January 2017.
Dear colleagues, for your diaries: next year's Education Day (formerly known as Learning and Teaching Day) will be held on Wednesday 22 February 2017. Attendance is mandatory for all academic staff. Casuals may attend and will be paid for their attendance. There will be time for Unit Meetings in the afternoon.
Getting service support just got simpler, with one new number to contact Campus Security, ICT, Human Resources, Campus Infrastructure & Services, Finance, and the University Switchboard. Phone (02) 9531 2000 or remember the extension 12000 on-campus.
The University's Research Data Store will be briefly unavailable this Friday evening as it undergoes maintenance.
Student printing services and internet access from hospitals may experience interruptions while ICT upgrades the University's data centre.
Older website backups on the TeamSite Content Management System will be progressively archived.
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