Enrichment activities

View all the exciting activities relating to the Graduate Research programs.

  • ArtsWrite

    ArtsWrite is a weekend-long writing intensive for confirmed or soon-to-confirm PhD and Masters by Research graduate researchers, facilitated by expert academic consultants and currently run twice annually.

    At ArtsWrite, you’ll make concrete progress towards a specific writing project, as well as learn about tools and strategies that will help you approach writing like a pro long into the future.

    Accepted participants will be supported to plan an academic writing project before the event; be introduced to tips and tricks for writing efficiently and well; enjoy the camaraderie of graduate research colleagues working towards similar goals; and have access to experienced writing mentors with humanities and social science backgrounds, throughout the program.

    Applications are advertised and invited via our current student news and events page twice a year, and also promoted via email newsletters and posters. Check your email regularly and check in at the following link to make sure you don’t miss out.

  • ArtsEdit

    ArtsEdit is a two-day event for PhD and Masters by Research graduate researhers, designed as a companion piece to ArtsWrite. A full day of workshops – consisting of a Structuring and Editing Masterclass followed by a Motivational Time and Project Management Seminar – is followed by a day of one-on-one, thirty-minute consultations with senior academic tutors.

    At ArtsEdit, participants will be supported to plan editing goals on a specific project during the day and become motivated and equipped with practical knowledge to help you develop a full first draft.

    Applications are advertised and invited via our current student news and events page twice a year, and also promoted via email newsletters and posters. Check your email regularly and check in at the following link to make sure you don’t miss out.

  • Graduate Research Interdisciplinary Community

    The Faculty of Arts supports the Graduate Research Interdisciplinary Community, an open, student-driven group that brings together Graduate Researchers from across schools and fields of study to collaborate and converse.

    This group is for any graduate Arts student who has difficulty specifying what their research is about, works across a number of schools and/or disciplines, prefers to focus on a particular problem rather than on a prescribed discipline, or is just eager to broaden their outlook and become a more well-rounded researcher. Find out more and join in on meetings by visiting the Graduate Research Interdisciplinary Community Facebook page.

    The Faculty of Arts supports a number of related, interdisciplinary-focused seminars throughout the year. More information about and registration forms for these events will be listed on this page as available.