Intersect has had a busy second half of the year, with our exciting new initiatives such as the Collaborative Graduate Education Program and Open Training courses taking off and receiving an overwhelmingly positive response.
To add to these accomplishments, the eResearch Services team at Intersect have had some great achievements in the past few months. The Research Hour program at Western Sydney Uni, arranged by Dr. Jeff Wang, was nominated for a CAUDIT Award and was recognised as one of the finalists in the Excellence in Research Support category. Marium Khan provided support to the University of Adelaide’s Career and Research Skills Training (CaRST) program to deliver more comprehensive training and career development for researchers and HDR students. The Spinal Cord Injury program has also been established, supported by Dr. Weisi Chen at the University of Technology, encompassing REDCap options, training and ongoing project support .
In other news, Research Bazaar (ResBaz) is back this year and running online for the first time on the 23rd – 25th of November. For an opportunity to learn, share knowledge and experience cutting-edge technologies, methods and techniques in digital research, check out the ResBaz website. We look forward to everyone joining us at this exciting event!
In July, Intersect was delighted to welcome back the University of Canberra to full membership of Intersect, after having been an affiliate member of Intersect since 2019. We are looking forward to expanding our services and collaborating with the university.
Intersect is excited to announce a partnership with the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) to deliver various digital research training courses on cutting edge technologies and tools. The training program will be facilitated by a team of expert trainers from Intersect Australia with support from NCI.
Finally, to finish off the quarter, Intersect has announced its involvement in eResearch Australasia’s 2021 conference for the second year in a row as an In-Person events sponsor! eResearch Australasia is scheduled to run online from the 11th – 15th of October and this year, the team at Intersect have an outstanding 14 accepted submissions, a record for the conference! We look forward to seeing you all there.
Read below for all of the Intersect articles and featured Case Studies from the last quarter.