In the next CPOW HDR meet-up, Associate Professor Cameron Duff (RMIT) will discuss how to navigate selecting a target journal for your paper.
Cameron Duff is an Associate Professor at the Centre for People, Organisation and Work in the College of Business and Law at RMIT University in Melbourne. He is also a Visiting Fellow in the School of Law and Social Justice at the University of Liverpool where he is working with colleagues on projects exploring the politics of social innovation. Duff’s recent program of research explores the role of social innovation in responding to complex health and social problems in urban settings. Duff has explored these themes in studies of precarious urban lives in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom with a focus on problems of housing insecurity, addiction and mental illness.
CPOW HDR meet-ups are designed to foster community and ongoing collegial support for HDR students affiliated with CPOW. Our aim is to create an informal and conversational space where HDR students are comfortable to explore the topic of focus and ask questions.
This free event will take place online (MS Teams). A link will be sent to registered participants 48 hours prior to event date.HDR students not currently affiliated with CPOW but interested in the topic are welcome to join.