How do you cope with being far away from your advisors and your supportive community of HDR students? How do you ensure that your project remains on track? How do you ensure that you maintain a communication channel with your advisors?

The webinar comprises

  • An online chat to identify specific issues impacting on resilience and coping when remote from the university
  • Identify strategies to manage stress and build positive psychological functioning
  • Tips for building a support network to overcome isolation.

As this webinar is currently still under development, if you have any specific issues related to mental health and well-being or working from a distance that you would like addressed, please drop an email to graduateschool@uq.edu.au, Subject Title "Resilience when remote feedback". If it's within the scope of discussion, we'll include it!

Registration closes 2 weeks before the webinar (1 November at noon) and you will be sent the link to the webinar.

About Candidature management

Undertaking a research degree is a huge commitment and requires many skills. Gaining an understanding of these techniques and strategies early, will assist you to complete and submit your thesis efficiently. 

Your first step in managing your candidature is ensuring you attend the compulsory HDR orientation session

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