UNSW Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences researchers are at the forefront of their respective fields with five existing and emerging research strengths:
- Social Policy, Government and Health
- Humanities Scholarship
- International Studies
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- Creativity, Innovation and Learning
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is committed to attracting and supporting the highest quality postgraduate students. Our researchers and research supervisors are devoted to providing the best possible support and guidance.
Postgraduate research students are well supported by a number of initiatives through the Faculty Research and Research Training Office.
Stephen Fortescue, Director of Postgraduate Research
HDR Digital Methodologies Masterclass with Robert Ackland
Monday 8 July 2013
Are you interested in digital methodologies?
This master class has been specially designed for Masters or PhD students who are thinking about, or already conducting, research that draws upon digitized methodologies, such as web based, social media and social network analysis.
The class will be led by Robert Ackland and derives from his extensive experience of working at the intersection of the computer and social sciences.
Spaces are limited so interested students are encouraged to express their interest as soon as possible.
To find out more about this event and to check your eligibility please visit: http://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/news-and-events/hdr-digital-methodologies-masterclass-with-robert-ackland-2003.html
Faculty Postgraduate Research Coordinators
Each School/Centre has a Postgraduate Research Coordinator who co-ordinates and administers the school's higher degree research programs. The Postgraduate Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the candidature of each postgraduate research student in the school and can provide you with advice about all aspects of your candidature at the school level.
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