Conferences and Events for Research Professionals
- 24th & 25th March 2020, Melbourne
As the number of job-seeking graduates continues to grow, so too should your graduate employment strategy. The Enhancing Graduate Employment Outcomes conference is an unmissable opportunity to position your institution at the forefront to receive the Federal Government's performance based funding by redefining what your graduates' success looks like
- 1 & 2 April 2020, TRECC Tamworth
If you're an operator, manager, engineer, consultant or professional or someone who is working in the water industry or just has an interest in water, then this is a must attend event.
- 19th - 21st February 2020, Sydney Boulevard Hotel
Advance the capabilities of your PMO and lead your team with purpose by attending the 7th PMO Leadership Forum from the 19th - 21st February 2020 in Sydney.
This is your chance to provide your team with the tools they need to increase the value of the PMO for your organisation and better align with 2020 objectives.
- 2nd - 5th March 2020, Sydney Boulevard Hotel
This is not like every other mental health conference. This event will focus on evidence-based and pragmatic solutions to reduce psychological risk in the first place.
- 17th - 20th February 2020, Sydney
Criterion Conferences would like to personally invite you to the Women in Healthcare Leadership Summit taking place from the 17th-20th February 2020. This is your chance to gain real advice from real healthcare leaders to learn not only how to survive in the industry, but truly thrive as a leader
- 11-13 May 2020, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
The annual MD Anderson Cancer Center - Global Academic Programs (GAP) 2020 Conference is a forum where MD Anderson Cancer Center and its global network of hospitals, health systems and research institutions collaborate to develop impactful, innovative ideas and research that help MD Anderson achieve its mission to end cancer globally.
- 23rd - 26th, March 2020, Sydney
Only 16 per cent of Australia’s STEM-qualified workforce is female, leaving a significant inequality in the representation of female leaders. To improve these statistics, the Australian Government, in partnership with the Australian Academy of Science and the Australian Academy of Engineering & Technology, have initialised the Decadal Plan for women in STEM.
- 3 & 4 June 2020 - USQ in Toowoomba
The Water Industry Operators Association of Australia (WIOA) is a national non-for-profit association with a primary role of facilitating the collection, development and exchange of quality information between people undertaking operational roles in the water, wastewater and recycled water industries.
- February 17th - 21st 2020, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Implementing robust records and information management infrastructure can save resources and fuel your organisation's growth in the digital age. The challenge lies in constructing an information governance framework and change management strategy amidst disruption.