ATS2290/3290 Global Leadership And Research Program (GLARP) / IATL Research Module - Nomination of research areas
The aim of this survey is to learn more about everyone's research and discipline area. This will facilitate the forming of groups for research proposals in GLARP and the IATL Research Module. These programmes are intended to be a vehicle for multi-disciplinary research activity proposals and as such you are expected to work with students from a range of different discipline areas.

Groups will be formed based around themes and this survey will assist the GLARP/IATL team in matching students within a common theme.

Please fill out the survey by 9 am on Tuesday 27th June (for GLARP students).
First name *
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Last name *
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University *
Year of Study *
Faculty *
Please select your faculty. If you are enrolled in a double degree, please select both faculties.
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For GLARP students: what degree(s) are you enrolled in? *
Please indicate, in full, your degree(s) e.g. Bachelor of Science Advanced, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Global Studies etc.
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Discipline *
Please provide your research discipline. Eg. History, Music, Theatre, Biology, Maths, Mechanical Engineering, Economics etc.
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For GLARP students: which awards stream do you intend to apply for? *
For GLARP students who are applying for the International Undergraduate Research Award only: which institution would you prefer to be placed in a group with?
This option exists to provide further data to assist us in ensuring that group composition accurately captures personal preferences. Your nomination here will NOT, in itself, determine what group you are placed into as we will prioritise cognate research interests.
For GLARP students who are applying for the International Undergraduate Research Award only: do you have any Japanese language ability (for conversational purposes)?
This option exists to provide further data to assist us in deciding the final composition of GLARP groups that are paired with Japanese students from Kyushu University. Whether or not you are able or not able to speak Japanese will NOT in itself determine what group you are placed into as we will prioritise cognate research interests.
Please select up to three themes that are most relevant to your research. Alternatively, you may select up to three research areas that you feel would be of greatest interest to you. *
GLARP/IATL research is intended to be multi-disciplinary. In order to facilitate this, research groups will be organised by theme with a variety of different disciplines represented. The research streams below align with Monash University and the University of Warwick's official research priorities, and will be utilised in the programmes to help group students working on similar projects. For more information on what the research streams below describe, please see the following: http://www.icurportal.com/resources/icur-research-streams/
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What methodology are you using to conduct your research? Alternatively, if you have not embarked on a research project before, what methods are you most interested in working with? *
Quantitative analysis, interviews, optical techniques, case studies, surveys, close source analysis etc. Please feel free to provide us with any details that may help group you with others working in similar or cognate methods.
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