Our CMS Knowledge Broker Dr Rachel Kelly (CMS/IMAS) will be giving a presentation for NITRO - Oceania, highlighting the need for, and the value of engaging ECR skills and perspectives in interdisciplinary research, particularly for identifying and co-creating visions of the future.
What: “Interdisciplinary Early Career Researchers - Perspectives and Potential Partnerships” seminar by Dr Rachel Kelly
When: 1 Dec 2023 from 1-2pm
Where: online. Register for free here https://events.humanitix.com/interdisciplinary-early-career-researchers-perspectives-and-potential-partnerships
Dr Rachel Kelly is a Knowledge Broker at the Centre for Marine Socioecology (University of Tasmania). She oversees the centre’s approach to end-user engagement, and research uptake in the context of informing marine and coastal (and climate) issues and solutions. She also conducts research in this role as a Marine Socioecologist. Her research focuses on human dimensions of sustainability and inter/transdisciplinary approaches and her work centres around collaboration with diverse teams to develop sustainable solutions to ocean and climate challenges, including in Future Seas 2030. This has involved research collaborations with CMS, as well as with the World Maritime University in Sweden, Future Oceans and Coastal Infrastructures (FOCI) Consortium in Canada, iDiv in Germany, NESP Climate Systems Hub, Australian National University, and other international interdisciplinary groups.