Join in The Conversation. 

UQ researcher Dr Marnee Shay is teaming up with Editors from The Conversation, Liz Minchin & Sunanda Creagh to explore the process of pitching and writing new articles about your research. 

This workshop is for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HDR students and relevant staff to learn about The Conversation's recent editorial changes on sharing Indigenous knowledge (both within and beyond universities), changes driven by author's feedback and to discuss your story ideas and how to pitch them. 

Please RSVP by 13 November via email at: atsis.academicdirector@uq.edu.au 

Please also confirm if you are attending in person and any specific dietary requirements. A boxed lunch will be provided.

 

About our facilitator 

Marnee Shay is an Aboriginal educator and researcher. Marnee's maternal connections are to Wagiman country (Northern Territory) and also has strong connections to Aboriginal communities in South East Queensland where Marnee was raised. Marnee have a diverse professional background prior to her training as a researcher. Marnee has worked in the community sector as a youth worker, in higher education in various project and student support roles and as a classroom teacher in secondary schooling and tertiary contexts.

Marnee is also a qualified and QLD registered secondary classroom teacher and has experience teaching in flexi schools, that support young people who have been disenfranchised from mainstream schooling contexts. Marnee's work to date has been underpinned by principles of equity and social justice and informed by strengths based approaches. As a qualitative researcher, Marnee's research has primarily been with Indigenous peoples across urban, regional and remote communities, particularly in diverse school settings.

Marnee's publications are included in a wide range of journals and books topics such as Indigenous education, flexi schools, Indigenous education policy and Indigenous research ethics and methodologies.