2017 Excellence in Graduate Research Supervision Award Winner, Associate Professor Jill Dorrian tells us what DDOGSs can do to support great supervision.

Graduate Research Leadership 101

A toolkit to support new and emerging graduate research leaders.

The following video resources were recorded at our inaugural professional development program for new and aspiring Graduate Research Leaders.

They provide interesting and valuable insights from experienced DDOGS and senior managers who generously shared their expertise with those present.

We thank those contributors and acknowledge that the opinions expressed in these videos are theirs and not necessarily representative of ACGR or their university.

Prof Laura Poole-Warren, UNSW

A general overview of Graduate Research in Australia, current government priorities, recent reports and new initiatives

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Why be a Dean?

Senior Graduate Research leaders tell us what they like about their jobs

Dr Tash Ayers, Edith Cowan University

Influencing  change  in Graduate Research – iPREP and Integrated PhD

Dr  Colin Solomon, University of the Sunshine Coast

Utilising networks in Graduate Research leadership roles

Prof Pat Buckley, University of South Australia

The importance of establishing key relationships and how to make a difference without direct authority – case studies from an experienced dean

Fiona Zammit, Australian Council of Graduate Research

The rules and regulations that govern graduate research in Australia

Dr Colin Solomon, University of the Sunshine Coast

An overview of the range of graduate research leadership models in place across Australia

Prof Tim Marchant, University of Wollongong

Leading Change in Graduate Research – introducing Master of Research at UOW

Prof Nick Mansfield, Macquarie University

​Resources that can help Deans of Graduate Research

Professor Tony Dooley, UTS

​Importance of supporting gender inclusivity in graduate research and researcher development and UTS’ approach Athena SWAN / SAGE.

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