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The Draft Semester 2 Performance Exam Schedule has been updated - 12 November, 2014
Research Day 2015 - Information and links.
Slides developed for SCM Research Development Day, 27 February 2015, covering the following topics: * Overview of SCM research support; * New initiatives for 2015 (including Professional Practice, new requirements for research reporting); * The art of the research statement; * The new publishing landscape (open access, recognising predatory journals, and more); * SCM Higher Degree Research overview (Kathleen Nelson).
Every non-Australian visitor requires the appropriate visa for the activities they perform at the Con, whether paid or unpaid. Visitors must consult their Embassy for visa advice, and the University, as employer, must have a copy of every visitor’s visa before any activities commence.
It is mandatory for all staff to advise Heggy at least one month in advance of intent to engage a visitor. She will then liaise with your visitor and guide them through the process.
You can download relevant policies and forms from the Learning & Teaching support pages.
The School of Music, Australian National University (Canberra), will host a study day on “Current Work in Film Music / Sound Studies” on Saturday 9 May this year. Proposals for 15-minute papers that address any aspect of this research field are now invited. Please submit abstracts of no more than 200 words to Liz Kertesz (email: email@example.com) by Monday 9 March 2015. Acceptance of papers will be advised by Monday 23 March.
The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre has just opened its first funding round for 2015. We are currently offering a wide range of highly competitive grants for University of Sydney academics who want to, or, who currently engage with the Southeast Asian region. These grants cover engagement with Southeast Asia through research, mobility (both inward and outward), workshops and language study. Funding can be sought to cover a wide range of academic activities includingresearch relating to our five research clusters, conference attendance, visiting sabbatical visits and specialist in-country language programs amongst others. Click on link for the full list of available grants, complete guidelines and application forms. Applications close on 17 March 2015.
Please feel free to contact the SSEAC Administration Officer, Samuel Bashfield with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 9114 0953.
Registrations are now open for this one-day forum on 20 March (Old Darlington School, Darlington campus, University of Sydney), which will examine the relationship between performers, the people who documented them and the afterlives of resulting records in order to better understand the historical and contemporary relevance of these interactions. The fluidity of our own media moment, including the large-scale digitisation of media archives, makes it timely – and indeed necessary – to rethink the significance of these encounters. Click on the link for the full program and registration.
Image – Music – Text will be followed by a launch of two recent edited books at the Forum Restaurant, Darlington Centre, University of Sydney. To RSVP for the book launch, please email email@example.com