An excellent summary of day 1 of the Digital Transformations, Social Media Engagement and the Asian Century conference at QUT has been prepared by James Dillon, and can be found here. This conference was an International Communications Association regional conference held in Brisbane from 1-3 October 2014.
In the recently published QS World University Rankings 2013, the Queensland University of Technology ranks No. 26 in the world in Communication and Media Studies.
UC Berkeley is #1, University of Texas at Austin is #2, and Columbia is #3. Five Australian universities feature in the Top 50: Melbourne (#14), Sydney (#16), University of Queensland (#20), Monash (#21), QUT (#26), and UNSW (#39).
The Queensland University of Technology, Australia, is offering prestigious Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowships for talented early and mid-career researchers, particularly looking for expertise in Digital Media, Communication and Culture and Sustainability and Innovation in Design.
Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellows will have an opportunity to develop and enhance their academic record and make a significant contribution to QUT’s research outcomes.
In addition to competitive remuneration:
Postdoctoral Fellow (Level B, Step 1): $78,542 – $93,277*
Research Fellow (Level C, Step 1): $96,218 – $110,959*