Interested parties can pre-register via the link below to a secure site held on the University of Sydney’s data repository. No identifying details, including email addresses, will be shared outside the research team. Registering interest does not commit you to the study and can be withdrawn at any time.
The STS4IR project is in the design and ethics application phase right now. Once ethics has been approved, select people in the graduate research environment will be invited to participate. Invited participants will include students, supervisors, academics charged with managing the research student experience, and external stakeholders connected with graduate research students. A large part of the project will be carried out at the University of Sydney, but comparison studies will be made at a variety of other universities around the world.
The STS4IR project is research work driven by PhD candidate, Bec Johnson, a graduate student at the University of Sydney. Bec is supported by a strong team including her research supervisor, Prof. Ross Coleman, Director of Graduate Research; auxiliary supervisors Prof. Dean Rickles from the School of History of Philosophy of Science, and Assoc. Prof. Lina Markauskaite from the School of Education; as well as, industry supervisor, Dr Lucy Cameron from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation. More details on the Team page.