Inger Mewburn is a Research Fellow in the School of Graduate Research (SGR) at RMIT University. She co-ordinates the On Track generic skills workshop program, edits and writes for the Thesis Whisperer blog as well as doing policy and curriculum work. In what time is left over from all that she conducts research in the field of doctoral education and listens to research students tell her about their problems.

Inger will deliver her keynote on Thursday, November 1, 2012 (The Hall, Z2-Level 2, Musk Avenue, Kelvin Grove)

Carl Lindgren has morphed from magazine designer, editor, creative director, cultural anthropologist, media architect, ideas engineer, entrepreneur to writer over the last several decades, yet, it is the role of “creative dreamer” that he identifies with most.

In his keynote address “The Sum of the Moments”, Carl will share the highlights from his life travels in the creative industries: from his early days as an actor pumping fuel by night in Footscray, through to his ground breaking years creating map magazine and, more recently, The Weekend Edition. Carl will inform and entertain us with insights into the influencing factors that have shaped him into the “creative dreamer” that he has grown up to be.
Carl will deliver his keynote on Friday, November 2, 2012 (The Hall, Z2-Level 2, Musk Avenue, Kelvin Grove)

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