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Sydney research seminars: CRLI researchers encouraging undergrads to think big

Lina Markauskaite and Minkang Kim are leading two of four new 'Sydney Research Seminars' here at the University of Sydney. These interdisciplinary units of study are designed to challenge third year students an Dalyell Scholars to think like researchers and ask big questions.

“Normally when we teach, we want students to come up with the answers... With these units, we actually want them to come up with the questions. And because the classes will be interdisciplinary, they’ll be encouraged to explore their questions beyond their own field of expertise, and apply research methodology to refine their questions.

CRLI Alumni Receives Grant to Implement Development Project in the Philippines

Alumni of CRLI's Master of Learning Science and Technology (Research), Carlo Fernando, has received one of five Australian Alumni Grants this year. The aim of the grants are for alumni to implement development projects in the Philippines based on their Australian education. This is what he had to say about applying for and receiving the grant:

CRLI student recieves stipend to study university-entrpreneurial collaboration

Congratulations to CRLI PhD student, Dwayne Ripley, who has received a Research Training Program (RTP) stipend for his studies. RTP's Stipend Scholarships are Commonwealth Government scholarships awarded to students of exceptional research potential to undertake a higher degree by research at an Australian university.

Welcome to visiting Professor, Nicolas Guichon

Professor Nicolas Guichon, of the Université Lumière Lyon 2 (France), is visiting us at CRLI for the first half of 2019

Nicolas Guichon speakingCRLI would like to welcome Professor Nicolas Guichon, of the Université Lumière Lyon 2 (France), who is paying a 6 month visit at the University of Sydney in Australia for the first half of 2019.