Meet the Director of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Kate MacNeill
Future Student Event
Research Lounge, Level 5
T: +61 3 8344 4219
Have you applied for a graduate course in the Faculty of Arts, such as a Master degree, commencing in Semester 2, 2019?
If so, you’re invited to Meet the Director of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Kate MacNeill. This special welcome event for applicants of our graduate degrees will take place on Thursday 20 June from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.
This is a great opportunity to meet other commencing students as well as your academic course coordinator over drinks and canapes and ask any questions you might have before commencing your studies at the University of Melbourne's GSHSS.
Use the book now button at left to register your attendance.
Associate Professor Kate MacNeill, Director of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Associate Professor Kate MacNeill
Director of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
The University of Melbourne
Associate Professor MacNeill is Director of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences and Associate Dean (Graduate Studies) in the Faculty of Arts. She continues to teach in the Master of Arts and Cultural Management program, in the School of Culture and Communication. With a background in law and economics she had extensive experience in policy work in the government and nongovernment sector prior to returning to study art history, and obtaining a PhD in Art History (Identity and contemporary Australian art). Her research interests include the intersection between law and artistic practice (in particular cultures of intellectual property and censorship), leadership in the arts and cultural sector, and ethics and creative practices. Associate Professor MacNeill has supervised PhD students in the areas of global creative industries, contemporary art, leadership in the arts, and memorialisation and public art. She was a coresearcher on the project: iDARE Developing new approaches to ethics and research integrity training through challenges posed by Creative Practice Research, funded by the Office of Learning and Teaching (Australian Government).