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November 2014
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions MOUNT LAWLEY and JOONDALUP 
FEA Academic Skills Workshops (Joondalup) These workshops are for FEA students only 
FEA Assignment Drop-in Labs (Mount Lawley) This workshop is for FEA students only. 
FEA Assignment Drop-In Sessions (Joondalup) These sessions are for FEA students only. 
EDU1010 Support Workshops These workshops are for EDU1010 students only. 
Peer Mentoring Program - End of Semester Celebration A ceremony for all semester 1, 2014 peer mentors at ECU to network and receive their certificate of participation in the Peer Mentoring Program. 
MyPLAN Demonstration MyPLAN is a set of online learning plans and tools to help you record, organise and reflect on achievements and skills gained throughout the research journey. Learning Plans are a requirement for confirmation of candidature for all HDR candidates. Specifically using the MyPLAN learning plans (whether that be the paper versions on the GRS website or the online workbook in PebblePad), is compulsory for new PhD candidates in 2014. It is also strongly recommended that all HDR candidates take advantage of the planning and recording tools in MyPLAN. 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Vanesa Bochkezanian - School of Exercise & Health Sciences Thesis Title: Effect of a strength training intervention on muscle force, physical function and health, and quality of life in people with spinal cord injury 
Enterprise Tuesday - Leveraging the Value of Consulting ECU Enterprise Tuesday is a series of eight free evening lectures and networking sessions aimed at inspiring entrepreneurship and linking the world of academia with the business community. 
Masters by Research Upgrade to PhD Proposal Presentation: David Dower - WAAPA Thesis Title: Self-Accompaniment & Improvisation in Solo Jazz Piano: Practice-led investigations of ‘Hand Splitting’ and Assimilation 
SOAR Session: Identifying Appropriate Statistical Techniques The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
SOAR Session: Statistical Power Analysis in SPSS - a pre-processing approach to data collection and sampling The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
CREATEC: Family Planning?: The Real and Imagined Spaces of the Community and the Family Presented by: Dr Dennis Wood, Lecturer in the School of Communications and the Arts and Course Co-ordinator of the Mass Communications, Media and Cultural Studies stream 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Annette Nykiel - School of Communications & Arts Thesis Title: A question of Country: a bricoleur’s inquiry 
Masters by Research Proposal Presentation: Akhmad Kramadibrata - School of Business Thesis Title: Market and Credit Risk in Major ASEAN Countries 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Jamie Oehlers - WAAPA Thesis Title: Developing a Chromatic Approach to Jazz Improvisation Through Intervallic Studies 
School of Natural Sciences Seminar Series: Crossing interdisciplinary boundaries generates new insights into microbial processes Presented by: Professor Matthew Fields and Dr Lisa Kirk, Centre for Biofilm Engineering Montana State University 
Completion Masterclass Struggling to find the motivation to finish that last chapter? 
SOAR Session: EndNote for Arts and Communications The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
SOAR Session: ANOVA- What it is and when to apply it (SPSS and MATLAB) The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
SOAR Session: Effective Strategies for Improving your Academic English The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
SOAR Session: Producing a Publishable Literature Review The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
CREATEC - Lola Ridge: Modernist Renegade 'Makes It New' Presented by: Associate Professor Susan Ash, School of Communications & Arts 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Yanto - School of Education Thesis Title: Research Journey and Lived Experiences of Indonesian DGHE Students in WA Universities: A Narrative Inquiry 
SOAR Session: Research paradigms in social sciences and humanities. MADE EASY! The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
MyPLAN Demonstration MyPLAN is a set of online learning plans and tools to help you record, organise and reflect on achievements and skills gained throughout the research journey. Learning Plans are a requirement for confirmation of candidature for all HDR candidates. Specifically using the MyPLAN learning plans (whether that be the paper versions on the GRS website or the online workbook in PebblePad), is compulsory for new PhD candidates in 2014. It is also strongly recommended that all HDR candidates take advantage of the planning and recording tools in MyPLAN. 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Helen Monks - School of Exercise & Health Sciences Thesis Title: Online Holistic Health Discourse : Shaping Lay Representations of Health and the Body 
Graduate Research School Annual Fun Day ECU research students - reward yourself for all your hard work this year, and join the Graduate Research School at our Annual Fun Day! 
Introductory grammar course These workshops are for free to all Faculty of Education & Arts students. 
Masters by Research Proposal Presentation: Christelle Schofield, School of Exercise & Health Science Thesis Title: Physiological and disease specific characteristics of gynaecological cancer survivors 
Masters by Research Proposal Presentation: Xuting Mai - School of Communications & Arts Thesis Title: A Comparative Study of Public Relations Crisis Management Strategies: A Study of the Melamine-Tainted milk Crisis in Mainland China and Taiwan 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Ashley Donkin - Communications & Arts Thesis Title: Digital Play: An online ethnography of young children’s use of virtual worlds 
Masters by Reseach Proposal Presentation: Adam Ashby - School of Natural Sciences Thesis Title: An Environmental Investigation of Abandoned Gold Mine Sites in the Western Australian Goldfields 
Masters by Research Proposal Presentation: Shanuka Palamure - School of Natural Sciences Thesis Title: An investigation of energy efficiency and related carbon emissions across different scales of mining operations in the two major export commodities in Australia 
December 2014
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions (Summer School) Summer School UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Michelle Tan - School of Communications & Arts Thesis Title: “Can you hear me?”: Designing interactive experiences to enhance the emotional and social development of deaf children 
January 2015
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions (Summer School) Summer School UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions 
February 2015
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions (Summer School) Summer School UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions 
March 2015
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
April 2015
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May 2015
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June 2015
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July 2015
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August 2015
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September 2015
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October 2015
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