Australia's future research leaders: Are they coming from CRCs?

Manathunga, Catherine, Pitt, Rachael and Critchley, Christa (2005) Australia's future research leaders: Are they coming from CRCs? St Lucia, Australia: University of Queensland


Author Manathunga, Catherine
Pitt, Rachael
Critchley, Christa
Title of report Australia's future research leaders: Are they coming from CRCs?
Publication date 2005-12-20
Publisher University of Queensland
Place of publication St Lucia, Australia
Start page 1
End page 102
Total pages 102
Language eng
Subjects 1301 Education Systems
Abstract/Summary The provision of diversified and expanded research training is one of the most significant contributions made by the uniquely Australian Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) program (Howard Partners, 2003). This pilot study has developed and is currently testing a questionnaire methodology that will allow researchers, CRCs, and industry partners to systematically evaluate the outcomes of CRC education and training programs.
Keyword Research training
CRC program
Additional Notes Final report on the pilot project. Produced by the Teaching and Evaluation Development Institute and The Graduate School at The University of Queensland.

 
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