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Researcher networking event for early and mid-career researchers

Oct
16
3
30
P
6
00
P

Location:

Charles Perkins Centre (CPC), level 6, seminar room

Following the first successful event in May, the Research Portfolio’s early and mid-career research network is hosting a second event open to all early and mid-career researchers (postdoctoral level and above) at the University of Sydney.

The event, on Monday 16 October, will focus on mentoring in academia: what are the benefits and challenges, why it is so important and what mentoring support does the University offer?

An interdisciplinary panel of young academics (Dr Elizabeth New, Senior Lecturer at the School of Chemistry, Dr Jesse Jansen, Senior Research Fellow at the Sydney School of Public Health and Dr Stephen Whiteman, Lecturer from the Department of Art History) will discuss these topics based on their own experiences … and, of course, there will be wine and nibbles at the end for you to mingle and chat with colleagues.

Event program:

3.20pm – doors open
3.30-4.15pm – panel on mentoring
4.15-4.45pm – group discussion with facilitators
4.45-4.50pm – Associate Professor Eric Knight, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research – Enterprise and Engagement), talking about industry mentoring
4.50-4.55pm – Gemma Henshall, from the Talent, Organisational Development and Diversity team in Human Resources, talking about the mentoring resources at the University
4.55-6pm – networking, drinks and nibbles.

RSVP: Essential by Tuesday 10 October via CareerPath (if you are unable to access this link, the training session is available under the ‘Career development’ section in CareerPath on the intranet).