NECTAR Forum 2019


More than 80 early- and mid-career teachers and researchers (EMCAs) from ANU came together on 2 July 2019 for a direct collegial discussion with the University Executive on how EMCAs can be nurtured to be the leaders of the future.



Program highlights
  • Roundtable with Professor Mike Calford, ANU Provost on the State of Play at the University. A recording of the session is available upon request.
  • Panel discussion on "How will ANU nurture its EMCAs to ensure that ANU is a high-impact university?" with Associate Professor Sara Bice from the Crawford School of Public Policy, CSIRO Chief Scientist Dr Cathy Foley, Dean of the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science Professor Elanor Huntington, Chief Defence Scientist Tanya Monro and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation) Professor Keith Nugent.
  • Interactive workshop on Learning and teaching for 2050
  • ANU Services Market
  • World Café-style discussion on gender disparity in career progression, intersectional diversity, casual staff inclusion, non-academic careers, research and workplace culture and new methods for research. Have a look at the World Café Report to learn more about the discussions and the recommendations for change developed by the ECAs at the Forum 2019.

Full program here.