The goal of the EMCRN is to promote a collegial and supportive culture across the University in all research areas. The committee will help achieve this goal by:
For more information see Terms of Reference.
The Early and Mid-Career Researcher Network is open to all research active staff on an informal basis. All research active staff are welcome to join our events and discussions
In our new environment of research themes, and with the added importance of research collaborations it is now more important than ever to get out of your office and meet other researchers. So come along and join us at the next EMCRN ‘Coffee and Connect’ morning. Grab a cuppa, bring a friend and come along to meet other researchers- who knows what connections will be discovered! Chat will focus on opportunities, challenges and ways forward.
Please contact your School representative (see below) for further details.
Join us for the inaugural Early and Mid-Career Researcher Network (EMCRN) Symposium.
Discover new and exciting research and discoveries being made in the areas of health, natural and built environments, securing digital futures and society and culture, by ECU's early and mid-career researchers.
All staff and students welcome to attend the presentations happening throughout the day. The presentation showcase will be followed by a networking sundowner and award ceremony.
The Symposium Program will be available soon.
The following are members of the EMCRN committee 2019-2020:
Dr Nikki Rajakaruna (School of Arts and Humanities (Criminology))
Dr Stephanie Godrich (School Medical and Health Sciences)
Dr Diep Nguyen (SBL)
Dr Craig Harms (SAH)
Dr Christa Norris (SEd)
Dr Leslie Calapre, Dr Josh Lewis (SMHS)
Dr Deb Ireson, Dr Mandie Foster, Dr Carol Wang, Dr Linda Coventry (SNM)
Dr Jessica Pandohee (SSci)
Dr Gabrielle Metcalfe, Dr Luke Hopper (WAAPA)
Dr Themelina Paraskeva (SEng)
Please feel free to contact your representative at any time with ideas or feedback.
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