Your official invitation can be found here
If you are a current HDR Student at the University of Sydney and would like to be a part of this unique study you may register between the 1st and 15th June by completing the first Phase of the study called “Baseline”. No further particpants will be admitted to the study after 15th June as this is an end-end study.
Register here: DirectVoice.Sydney
Or scan this QR code with your smartphone (if you do not already have a QR reader you can download one for free from Google Play store of Apple App store).
If you would like to share news about this study with other HDR students or perhaps post an information flyer in your HDR lunch room you might like to use this PDF Invite to Direct Voice (flyer)
Have your voice heard by the University Executive decision makers.
Would you like to have your voice heard and express your opinion directly into one of the key decision-making forums of Academic Governance? Would you like to have your say about proposed changes to HDR scholarship programs, performance review processes, grants, special consideration policies, and other issues that directly impact your HDR experience?
This is a call out for participants for a three-part study running from June to November 2017. In this study, you will be invited to give immediate feedback on current issues under discussion that directly impacts HDR students. You will also be given the opportunity to express your opinions about the University of Sydney culture and community, and directly input into the on-going creation of this University.
Four feedback questionnaires will be sent to you between July and October; each should take you less than 10 minutes (unless you choose to give longer comments!).
For an example of what we will be asking your opinion on, the first DIRECT VOICE feedback event will be focussed on substantial proposed changes to the Postgraduate Support Scheme (PRSS).
Your aggregated opinions will be de-identified and fed directly into the University Executive – Research & Education committee that they can consider student voice and opinions before they make decisions that directly impact your academic experience.
For the full Participant Information Statement click on this link: