The Applying Collaborative Partnerships Series offers educators and professional staff working within the Higher Education sector tailored, bite-size, practical professional development opportunities. Through active workshops and discussion, these sessions will promote ethical practices in strengthening collective efforts in engagement, collaborations and partnerships between our people and partners.
The series is open to University of Melbourne researchers, academics, graduate students and professional staff.
Ten sessions are held monthly between February and November
Participants will be emailed the webinar link 24 hours before the session.
Registrations are essential and can be made via each individual session page.
Myron Yovannidis, Program Officer
Dr Siew Fang Law, Program Coordinator
Webinars and Resources
Engaging communities in research agenda-settings
In this catch-up webinar, guest presenter Dr Bridget Pratt presents an ethical toolkit for engaging communities in priority-settings for health research projects.
Early-Career Researchers Engagement Workshop
Watch the catch-up webinar focusing on engagement and collaboration for early-career researchers, including PhD students.
Conflicts in engagements and partnerships
Watch the catch-up webinar on various ways to overcome and push through conflict and disagreements and ultimately strengthen relationships with colleagues and stakeholders.
Re-engaging external stakeholders amid COVID-19
Watch the catch-up webinar on how to navigate and re-connect with external collaborators and partners.
Understanding risks in collaboration and partnerships
Watch the catch-up webinar on understanding your own risks appetite and learning how to develop risk profiles for positive change.