Tara Brabazon explores popular culture and education, and the relationship between them.
Tara talks with Lyn about the value of palliative nurses in the family home, enabling the end of life with authenticity, meaning and care.
Tara talks with Katie about how to enable cardiac health for country people. How do we ensure a parity of health care for regional, rural and remote people?
The most important task for a supervisor of higher degree students is to select examiners. This short training session offers commentary and advice to supervisors, to move from compliance to excellence.
Mostly, higher degree examination is a smooth process. Sometimes, examination results are unexpected. Disturbing. Divergent. This training session explores how to explain these divergent results to governance committees that must determine the final result.
Tara offers a core training sesion for Full Academic Status supervisors at Flinders University.
Tara offers a specialist training session for Regional, Rural and Remote Supervisors.
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In this Step session Tara talks with Dr Maree Meredith about the gifts and the challenges of regional, rural and remote academic life, with attention to student supervision and research.
Tara talks with Dr Maree Meredith about the decolonizing power and value of working with Indigenous Elders. This partnership transforms research and summons new and powerful configurations of research sovereignty for doctoral education.
Plagiarism is a dark force in our intellectual culture. But it is a proxy for a series of challenges in information literacy. This Steps professional development session explores these proxies and how to intervene in the research culture of higher degree students.
In this professional training session for supervisors at Flinders University, we explore the reasons and rationale for completing milestones during a higher degree candidature.
For this professional development session, Tara introduces the higher doctorate. What is it? What is its value. Most importantly, how do we supervise students to completion in this mode of specialist doctorate?
Tara talks with Professor Jamie Quinton about the futures of STEM. The discussion probes multidisciplinary and skill development.
How are emotions negotiated in the public sphere? How do emotions rub? This podcast presents the reading seminar on Sara Ahmed's The Politics of Emotion.
The majority of PhD students do not remain in universities after graduation. The nature of university employment is precarious, part time and casualized. Therefore, how can we enable employment options for our PhD students beyond higher education? This step session - providing professional development for supervisors - provides some strategies to e…
Professional development is about as popular as teeth extraction. What is ironic is that in universities - the home of learning - learning through professional development is deeply unpopular. This step session explores why times have indeed changed, and why professional development is crucial to the future of our higher degree students.…
The next episode of our 'Steps' programme for higher degree supervisors explores communication - and mis/communication - between students and their supervisors / advisors. Why do so many students leave a doctoral programme? Why do so many students change supervisors? Part of the answer may be found in the mode of communication deployed by both part…
Strangers. Skin. Postcoloniality. The alignment of these three terms are volatile and productive. This reading seminar investigates Sara Ahmed's Strange Encounters.
Welcome to our first reading group, exploring Sara Ahmed's Differences that Matter.
PhD students require a portfolio of support. Often forgotten is the 'contact officer.' But what is a contact officer and how can they create the early, quiet resolutions that are so beneficial to doctoral education?
Professional development is important, if earnest. This Steps session probes the saddest of supervisory experiences: the posthumous thesis. We explore the policies and procedures to enable the submission, but also the key emotional challenges for the student's family and the supervisors. We also place attention on examiners and examination.…
Tara talks with Odile Ruijs about a distinctive and important mode of partnership and collaboration in doctoral education. Odile, the Manager of International Engagement at Flinders University, explores the importance of sponsorship and sponsored students and how the relationship is fostered and developed.…
A bespoke session for our colleagues in the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work. What is a PhD by prior publication? How do you do one - and how do you supervise one?
This session explores the higher degree supervisory charter and its value to and for student diversity. This specialist session for Business, Govenrment and Law offers some strategies to think about professional development, work and supervision in tough times for students and the world.
Are you interested in disseminating research with clarity, precision and purpose? Are you interested in finding new audiences for complex ideas? Then it is time we talk about multimodality.
Mobility - and Mobility Studies - is a potent and expansive way to think about power and inequality. But what is mobility - and why does it matter?