Aug 19, 2019
Tara presents this flipped Professional Development training session for supervisors on 'authorship.' One of the most volatile, nasty and complex parts of higher education, this session explores the new code of conduct and strategies to manage co-authorship.
Aug 18, 2019
Tara talks with Tania Hall about the men and women with intellectual disabilities and their experience of group homes. Tania's thesis has taken an unusual method, exploring the testimony of these men and women on YouTube. Her thesis listens to the people on their own terms. The results are startling.
Aug 18, 2019
Tara talks with Sue Charlton. Sue's soon-to-be completed PhD explores regional health injustices, and how these injustices manifest in pediatric physiotherapy. But in this podcast, Sue talks about education, teaching and learning from a regional Australian location. How can we enable regional doctoral education...
Aug 15, 2019
Tara talks with Kathryn Hardwick-Franco about rural, regional and remote education. Why does regionality offer to our universities? What values do our doctoral students express when re-evaluating injustice and inequality?
Aug 5, 2019
Tara presents this flipped professional development session on the confirmation of candidature. What is it? How can this milestone enable a successful completion? With attention to backward mapping, this 'start' of a candidature can enable a completion.