Ep2: Publishing Outside of Academia
(Friday 4 June, 2pm AEST)
This session featured an HDR presentation by Christoper Yorke (University of Portsmouth). His research titled “Achieving commercial advantage through corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sport: A small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) perspective” aims to investigate the relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR), sport, and small and medium enterprise (SME) to identify mutually beneficial opportunities to ensure financial sustainability. The session’s professional development section was focused on “Publishing Outside of Academia” .Throughout our studies and as we develop our careers a measurement of success is creating an ‘impact’ with our research. This was presented as an informal panel featuring A/Prof. Daryl Adair (University of Technology Sydney), Dr Kasey Symons (Swinburne University of Technology), Dr Simon Walters and Dr Melody Johnston (Auckland University of Technology).
Ep 1: Teaching Hybridity: Flexible Approaches to Teaching and Learning
(Friday 21 May, 2pm AEST)
This session featured an HDR presentation by Paul Bowell (Swinburne University of Technology). His research is seeking to develop an understanding of digital self-tracking practices among women Australian Rules footballers. The session’s professional development section was focused on “Teaching Hybridity: Flexible Approaches to Teaching and Learning”. In the navigation to the return to teaching in-person many universities have opted for a hybrid teaching model, simultaneously delivering content both online and in person. This was presented as an informal panel focused on interaction from the SMAANZ community featuring Prof. Sarah Leberman, Dr Jonathan Robertson (Deakin University), Dr Mike Rayner (University of Portsmouth ) and Stirling Sharpe (University of Canberra).
Ep3: Grant Writing Workshop
(Friday 14th August, 2pm)
The workshop focused on the following topics:Why are grants important? First involvement in grants; Grant failure; What not to do; and Executing and reporting to partners. Presented by A/Professor Adam Karg (Swinburne University), Professor Emma Sherry (Swinburne University), Professor Tracy Taylor (RMIT) and Professor Heath McDonald (RMIT).
Ep2: What role do fans play in sport?
(Friday 31st July, 10am)
“Implementation of para-elite sports policies: How inter-dependencies and organizational learnings shape processes of policy implementation”– Carlos Eugenio Zardini Filho (Griffith University)
“We have been thinking about…”: What role do fans play in sport? Discussing the concept of how fans demonstrate they are real, in an environment where fans are unable to attend matches and are consuming different kinds of broadcasts that actively address their absence. This will be presented as an informal “fly on the wall” interactive discussion and allow questions to be submitted during the session from our SMAANZ community. Presented by Dr Kasey Symons and Dr Michael Naraine.
Ep1: Journal Reviewing Workshop
(Friday 17th July, 2pm AEST)
What does it mean to be a reviewer? How do you review journal articles? Addressing journal reviews and responding to feedback. This will be presented as an informal panel discussion and allow questions to be submitted pre-session and during the session from our SMAANZ community. Presented by Dr. Sheranne Fairley, A/Prof. Kevin Filo and Prof. Alison Doherty.
Ep4: The importance of social media for your professional networks
(Friday 12th June, 2pm)
This session featured two HDR presentations; “Technology adoption and sport business: an investigation of state sporting associations and clubs” presented by Alexander Rolfe Best (ECU) and “Assessing the social impact of the AFL ecosystem with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities” presented by Chelsey Taylor (Swinburne University). The session’s professional development section was focused on the importance of social media for your professional networks, presented by Dr Adam Karg (Swinburne University) and concluded with an open discussion led by Dr Adam Karg on understanding what members what from their SMAANZ memberships.
Ep3: Presenting, Teaching and Delivering Online
(Friday 29th May August, 2pm)
This session featured two HDR presentations; “Nike’s pro-sport Hijab and Nike FlyEase – the interplay of self-concept, religion and brand trust” presented by Umer Hussain (Texas A&M) and “Making the connection: the role of cultural peers in focus groups” presented by Stephen O’Grady (Bond University). The session’s professional development section was focused on presenting, teaching and delivering online, presented by Dr Ashleigh-Jane Thompson (La Trobe University) and concluded with a Mentor Program interactive interview with Dr Kevin Filo and Stirling Sharpe.
Ep2: Staying Motivated & Time Management: Working from Home
(Friday 15th May, 2pm AEST)
This session featured two HDR presentations; “My COVID-19 conundrum: data collection and analysis during a pandemic” presented by Alida Shanks (Massey University) and “Diversity theory in action: A case study of Rugby Australia’s response to Israel Folau” presented by Erik Denison (Monash University). The session’s professional development section was focused on staying motivated & time management: working from home by Dr Sarah Wymer and concluded with a SMAANZ Award interactive interview with Dr Katherine Raw and Dr Lisa Gowthorp.
Ep1: Welcome to SMAANZ HDR Hour
(Friday 1 May, 2pm AEST)
In this session we introduced our brand new series “SMAANZ HDR Hour”. We had an interactive discussion with attendees to get to know one another by each introducing ourselves, and discovering research agendas. We also had a round table discussion to discover and learn about positives that we can take from working through a pandemic