In September 2018, Academic Senate was provided with the Annual Research Report.
In September 2017, the DVC RDI provided the Annual Research Report to Academic Senate.
The Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research, Development and Industry) regularly engages in and provides submissions to external reviews and inquiries relevant to research, research training, Indigenous education and international education. Recent submissions that the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor has authored or contributed to include:
CSU made a submission to the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Public Consultation Review of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Ethics Guidelines.
CSU submitted comments to the Department of Education and Training on the Draft 2018 HERDC Specifications which will determine how HERDC income for the 2017 calendar year will be collected and assessed.
Dr Michelle Evans led a CSU submission to the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet Consultation Paper: Indigenous Business Sector Strategy – Supercharging Indigenous Business Start-Up And Growth.
CSU submitted commentary to the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) on the draft Open Access Policy which was released for comment. This was prepared for submission in consultation with the Research Office, Faculties, University Research Centres and Division of Library Services.
CSU provided a submission to the Department of Education and Training consultation on the New Research Block Grant Data Requirements.
CSU provided a submission to the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science's Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Programme priority area consultation.
CSU provided a submission to the National Health and Medical Research Council's (NHMRC) Review of the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research.
CSU provided a submission to the Department of Education and Training's Draft 2016 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap. The Roadmap sets out Australia's national research infrastructure priority areas for the coming decade.