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Welcome Social Change affiliates to our new newsletter!

We wanted to to let you know more regularly about recent activities, upcoming events, and opportunities for members of the Social Change platform.
Please contact us if there are things you’d like us to include in future newsletters.
 
Best wishes, Julian


 
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UPCOMING EVENTS

BOOK LAUNCH

Don’t miss the next Communication Research Seminar where special guest speaker Distinguished Professor Stuart Cunningham will discuss his latest book, co-authored with David Craig – Social Media Entertainment: The New Intersection of Hollywood and Silicon Valley.

5:30-7:30pm Thursday 9 May 2019
Building 9, Level 4, Staff Lounge

RSVP is requested by COB Friday 3rd May for catering purposes

Social Change ECP Director Professor Julian Thomas will launch this ground-breaking work and Stuart will discuss the challenges social media entertainment poses for established media industries and the opportunities and implications for creative labour, content production and cultural politics in commercial digital platforms.
 

RSVP here
ACTIVITIES

The Australian Gender Economics Workshop (AGEW2019) was held at RMIT, in partnership with the Women in Economics Network, on 13-15 February 2019. The event brought together over 150 delegates to share their latest research findings into the underlying causes and solutions to tackle gender inequality in society.

The event concluded with a Policy Symposium - sponsored by the Social Change Enabling Capability Platform - focused on how to translate our research findings into actionable strategies in the real world. The panel was moderated by RMIT Vice-Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr Leonora Risse, who also serves as the Chair of the Victorian branch of the Women in Economics Network and chaired the AGEW2019 Organising Committee. A recording of the Policy Symposium discussion is available on the AGEW2019 event website.

Following the April  launch of the ECP Concept Paper, RMIT Sustainable Development Goals @ RMIT Transformation Platform, the documents are now available to read. They provide an introduction to SDGs and an indication of one approach to a Concept Paper.  
OPPORTUNITIES
ARC Linkage Grant Workshop
Monday 6th May, 2pm
Building 91.01.06


We are running another ARC Linkage Grant workshop in conjunction with the Design & Creative Practice ECP, which will provide researchers with strategies and ideas on how to improve their Linkage Grant applications.If you are interested in presenting or discussing your idea please complete the form via the link.

REGISTER HERE
Healthy Ageing Symposium 
Monday 6 May, 2019
9.00 am - 1.00 pm
Building 16, Level 7, Conference rooms 1 & 2
Green Brain, RMIT University, City campus


The Biomedical and Health Innovation ECP invites you to the Healthy Ageing Symposium which will host expert speakers from industry as well as RMIT researchers from various disciplines to represent a truly multidisciplinary approach to this themed evenT.

Registrations close 3rd May
REGISTER HERE
Communicating and connecting with
external partners for collaborations

Tuesday 7 May, 10:00 - 11:00am
Building 16.07.03-04
Storey Hall Seminar Rooms


Throughout 2019, the Research Engagement and Business Development team will host a number of outreach activities for the RMIT academic community. This session will support researchers to understand the key decision makers often found in organisations that we wish to partner with and how to understand their drivers to influence their decisions.

REGISTER HERE
Researcher Portal
Researcher Portal: game-changing for researcher support

Following the first release earlier this year, some exciting new features have just been added to the new Researcher Portal, including filters across Milestones, Publications and Project lists and enhanced visibility of contracts, and more.

The Researcher Portal is designed to provide one place for research information and support through project lifecycle. If you’re a researcher, please give it a try and leave your feedback via the Portal’s feedback tool. 
MORE INFORMATION
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