The 2016–20 Strategic Plan launch took place on Wednesday 27 April 2016. Find out more about the staff forum and the 2016–20 Strategic Plan.
When you organise travel conducted on behalf of the University, such as for study, fieldwork, meetings and conferences, it must be formally authorised by the Dean before departure using FRAEDOM (formerly SPENDVISION).
From 29 February HDR Admin Centre will be responsible for the administration of research students from enrolment to award of degree.
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.
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.
For every guest invited to SCM, paid or unpaid, an online form 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.
On Monday 9 May, there will be three presentations in Recital Hall West:
9.00am Associate Professor Peter McCallum
11.00am Professor Peter Tregear
2.00pm Professor Anna Reid
All staff are invited to attend. There will also be an online, anonymous and confidential mechanism for staff to provide their feedback to the selection committee regarding their views of the candidates. More information about this will be provided soon.
The MCS committee is pleased to announce that this semester's graduate symposium will be held on the Friday of Special Projects week (13 May) in room 2174. A CFP has been sent to all PG research students. Please consider encouraging your students to participate. Those interested in taking part are invited to submit a 250-word proposal to Chris Coady (email@example.com) by Monday 25 April, outlining the topic and the nature of their approach. Do not hesitate to contact Chris if you have any further questions.
The College Board meeting for Semester 1 will take place on Friday 20 May from 12.30pm in Room 1156. The agenda and related papers will be published closer to the date.
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