ARC Strategic Research Initiative (SRI) for Australian Society, History and Culture

Type of post: Association news item
Status: Current
Date Posted: Fri, 28 Feb 2020
There will be two information sessions for the ARC Strategic Research Initiative (SRI) for Australian Society, History and Culture. Details about further information sessions outside Sydney in the attached document
 
****IMPORTANT**** THIS WILL BE A ONCE OFF AND NOT AN ANNUAL SCHEME, SO PLEASE CONSIDER SUBMITTING TO THIS ROUND


The ARC Strategic Research Initiative (SRI) for Australian Society, History and Culture is set to open at the end of February with applications closing on 22 April 2020. Dr Robert Mun, Executive Director with the Australian Research Council is planning to present an information session at two locations in Sydney in March. These sessions will identical in content and offered in the morning and afternoon of 10 March. The morning session will be hosted at UTS, and the afternoon, repeat session, will be hosted by the University of Sydney. There will be opportunities to ask questions.
 
Morning Session
Event: ARC Presentation and Q&A on the ARC Strategic Research Initiative (SRI) for Australian Society, History and Culture
Location: University of Technology Sydney, Building 2, Level 6, Room 290
Date: 10 March 2020             
Time: 10:00am – 11:30am
Zoom connection: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.uts.edu.au/j/826596902
Directions: See https://maps.uts.edu.au/map.cfm. Enter Building 2 from Broadway and take escalator to the 6th floor, Room 290
 
Afternoon Session
Event: ARC Presentation and Q&A on the ARC Strategic Research Initiative (SRI) for Australian Society, History and Culture
Location: The University of Sydney, Institute Lecture Room 2, Institute Building (H03), City Road
Date: 10 March 2020             
Time: 1:30pm – 3:00pm
Directions: See https://sydney.edu.au/campus-life/maps-and-locations.html. Enter via main entrance to Institute Building (US Studies Centre entrance) on City Road. Walk straight ahead through the hall to the other side of the building and turn left. Once outside in front of the Storey Dixon Building, follow signs to Lecture Room 2.
 
No registrations are required.