For HDR Advisors
A strong working relationship between the HDR candidate and their advisor(s) is crucial to the successful completion of their research degree. To be effective, advisors must be available to supervise HDR candidates and to encourage and assist them to produce a thesis that constitutes a substantial and original contribution to knowledge in the field of study. Policies and procedures with respect to supervision of JCU HDR candidates are designed to promote healthy working relationships and thus enhance the learning and research experience of the candidate.
Download the HDR Advisor Handbook.
JCU Workshops and external training opportunities for HDR Advisors.
Find a list of resources and support documents for HDR Advisors.
The Research Education Sub-Committee (RESC) and the Sub-Committee Executive (RESC-E) are sub-committees of the University’s Research Committee.