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    Information session: Workshops Program 2025


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    The Academy of the Social Sciences extends a warm invitation to join an online information session about the Workshops Program 2025, specifically tailored for prospective applicants, on Thursday 4 July from 10:00 - 10.45am AEST.

    The Academy Workshops Program offers financial assistance to Australian social scientists to host multidisciplinary workshops, aimed at advancing research and policy agendas on nationally important issues. Each year, up to eight workshops are funded, with grants of up to $9,000 (excl. GST). 

    In this session, we will provide a comprehensive overview of the Workshops Program, covering its purpose, scope, eligibility criteria, benefits, and application process. Additionally, you'll hear firsthand experiences from past participants, from the preparation of their applications to the completion and delivery of their workshops, and beyond. 

    The session will also include a Q&A segment to address any questions you may have. Whether you're curious about the program's impact, the selection process, or any other aspect, our team will be available to provide answers and guidance. 

    Applications for the Workshops Program 2025 close on Friday, 9th August 2024. For more information about the Workshops Program, please visit the Academy website: https://socialsciences.org.au/workshops-program/  

    Speakers

    Chair: Professor Neal Ashkanasy OAM FASSA

    Presenter 1: Isabel Ceron, Academy secretariat, Workshops Program 

    Presenter 2: Dr Sophie Chao | Lecturer in Anthropology and Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) Fellow, The University of Sydney | Workshops Program grant recipient 2023, ‘From Theory to Practice: Leveraging Feminist Approaches to Care at a Time of Crisis’ 

    Presenter 3: Associate Professor Gary Chung Kai Chan | Principal Research Fellow, National Centre for Youth Substance Use Research, Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, The University of Queensland | Workshops Program grant recipient 2023, ‘How can we minimise the adolescent uptake of vaping and related social and health harm?’




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