AARE organises a number of annual events in different locations across Australia and sponsors various other opportunities for sharing research and networking with colleagues.
These have included:
- Annual conference;
- Annual pre-conference workshops for Post Graduate students and Early Career researchers;
- Theory workshops;
- Public lectures; etc
To request event payment/reimbursement for AARE funded or approved activities (You must be logged in as a AARE member to access this form)
The Poststructural Theory SIG invites you to join a special tour of the exhibition ‘I, object’, at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), led by Bruce McLean, Curator, Indigenous Australian Art, followed by refreshments at the GOMA café bistro beside the Brisbane River.
“‘I, object’ looks at the many complex relationships Indigenous Australian artists have to objects: from the histories... Read more »
AARE Annual General Meeting Notice is hereby given that the forty-ninth Annual General Meeting of Members of the Association will be held as follows:
Where: F509 Lecture Theatre, QUT Kelvin Grove, Brisbane
When: Wednesday 4 December 2019, from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm.
The AGM is open to all members of the Association.
Members who are unable to attend the meeting or who would... Read more »
University of Glasgow, Scotland and host of the 2020 ECER Conference (25-28 August) invites you to a reception they will be hosting at the 2019 AARE Conference followed by the details
When: Tuesday 3 December 5.30 – 7.30 pm
Where: QUT, Kelvin Grove, E Block Room 550
RSVP: Numbers are limited so please RSVP Read more »
The Monday evening speaker will be Ms Hayley McQuire, National Coordinator of the National Indigenous Youth Education Coalition. She will be joined by other members of the Coalition to share what they have learned after a successful year meeting with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students across Australia.
This event provides opportunity for conference participants and others from the Greater Brisbane... Read more »
AARE’s HPE SIG invites you to attend a half-day symposium on wellbeing and education. The symposium will feature two panels of invited speakers who will explore social, historical, curricular and pedagogic perspectives on wellbeing and education, and speculate on new directions for research in this area.
Speakers will include:
Professor Julie McLeod, The University of Melbourne
Professor Helen Cahill, The University of Melbourne
Helen... Read more »