Institute Director Professor Max Finlayson presented a talk on the above topic at the School of Environmental Science seminar series in Albury, August 16. Notes from the talk. Power point presentation.
In 2011 ILWS ran the Research Development Program (RDP) for early career or developing researchers as a trial for future application to enhance research at CSU. The program, which included a series workshops and mentoring sessions, was developed to meet the CSU strategic requirement for increased research outputs. The report on the outcomes of the program includes findings and recommendations.
The 2010-2011 the Research Development Program for early career researchers included many useful presentations which may assist you in finding a grant, information on creating a team and partnerships and more.
|Publishing your research Denis Saunders (PDF)||Research grants Document on all research funding agencies and groups (PDF)||Selecting a project Kevin Parton (PDF)||Initial tasks for developing a research grant proposal Tom Lowrie (PDF)|
|What's involved in submitting a grant to CRGT Roni McDowell & Annette Harris (PDF)||Managing a project that is successful Roni McDowell & Connie Gordon (PDF)||Managing a team Digby Race (PDF)||Industry partners - establishing links and relationships Robyn Watts (PDF)|
|Sources of research funding and current priorities of research funding agencies and groups Mark Morrison (PDF)||Putting together a research team Rod Pope (PDF)||Ethics approval Rev Jennifer Willsher (PDF)||Research career planning Max Finlayson (PDF)|
|The State of the Environment Report 2012 A hard copy of the full report is available for members to borrow. Contact Margrit Beemster||Science communication- getting your research out there in the world : link||Promoting your research with Google Scholar|
|Strategic Research Areas For more information about SRAs message from Max. (PDF)|
A pro forma for proposing an SRA. (Word)