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    Mettrie 2014 Photo Antti Ahonen Screen Shot 2015 04 24 at 11 01 53 slider2 Bernard Stiegler Images and Text Lecture GradCAM DIT 18th December 2013 Bernard Stiegler Images and Text Lecture GradCAM DIT 18th December 2013 slider3 Naomi Sex Performance Naomi Sex Performance structuredphd structuredphd JOhn Roberts image sharehandbookforartisticresearcheducationcover1 Aesthetics ConferencePoster A2 FA 3 page 001 Dublin Image Dublin Image Conference Against the Delivery European Artistic Research Network Slade School of Fine Art London Conference Diagrams Symposium Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media DIT Grangegorman Dublin 7 Events Digital Studies Seminar with Bernard Stiegler May 20th 2015 Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media DIT Grangegorman Dublin 7 Conference European Society of Aesthetics June 2015 Dublin Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media DIT Grangegorman Dublin 7 News GradCAM First Research Pavillon Venice Experimentality May 7th June 28th 2015 April 24 2015 News GradCAM moves to new DIT Campus February 13 2015 Archives CLICK TO VIEW ALL Conferences Events Seminars News Journals newsletter signup Keep up to date with all the latest Gradcam seminars and events Simply leave your email address below February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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  • About GRADCAM | Gradcam
    educational practice and the everyday world of work and innovation beyond the academy Download a pdf providing an overview of the first year of operation The School began operation on February 1st 2008 with an initial intake of nine fully funded research scholars The School provides a unique programme of staged development for creative arts and media research This innovative programme comprises i research seminars constructed around interdisciplinary research themes and questions shared by various researchers attached to the School ii research training including specific skills workshops and a unique approach to the study of research methods through a lecture and practical workshop series on epistemic practices iii master class sessions with local and international visiting scholars and researchers iv collaborative projects placements and internships v seminars symposia and major conferences see events page vi international exchange seminars with PhD programmes across Europe School Ethos The programme is developed and delivered on a modular basis to enable fulltime and part time participation e g for associate researchers Supervision is based on supervisory teams working with an identified primary supervisor All our researchers are attached to a department school faculty or research centre thus providing an important interface between the core interdisciplinary programme provided through the school and the specialist research cultures and research leaders embedded in the collaborating institutions It is in the nature of any research undertaking that there should be a demonstrable openness to new insight new critical challenges and new possibilities an openness that must ultimately challenge any claims one might make as a bearer of institutional position and title to authority and already established expertise For this reason the school has adopted as its fundamental guiding principle the goal of establishing and maintaining a community of peers a community of dialogue None of us will have all the answers perhaps even yet in the development of our individual or collaborative research projects we do not recognise fully the relevant questions and problems to address and engage however finding the right questions and problems is something that we can best pursue together In engaging with each other through the school we are asked to interact with each other as peers as colleagues as people who are in a positive sense accountable to each other in a spirit of collegiality It is a further principle of the school that we should engage in constructing a permeable community a community of dialogue that has points of entry from within and without the academic scene and indeed from within and without the various disciplines and practices that we engage through our studies Critical to achieving this will be building relationships with the various non academic worlds of practice that are vital to our cultural life The term academic has often carried a negative connotation suggesting the isolation of enquiry from the world of lived experience and practical existence we are not particularly interested in this negative academic isation On the other hand the term academic has also been understood in

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  • Mission and Policy | Gradcam
    international agencies organisations and networks aligning European national and institutional priorities AIM 4 Demonstrate Value Demonstrate saliency and value of contribution to key stakeholders and broader society evidenced by securing diversified investment resources and establishing sustainability AIM 5 Practice as we teach be a learning organization Establish a collaborative learning environment and operational culture that generates a critically innovative change responsive and dynamic learning organization The strategic realisation of these aims is described in the school s strategic plan 2008 2011 posted shortly not available before 1 8 2008 Policy Good Practice in Research The Graduate School promotes the highest standards of integrity in all its research activities Ethical reflection is a key task taken on by all researchers at the School The Graduate School is committed to the principle of academic freedom The Board of Studies is the key forum within which issues of ethical conduct in research are addressed by the School community The Board of Studies has access to and the support of the DIT Research Ethics Committee The School wishes to foster a culture of research within which the following general principles are understood and observed honesty openness dialogue public engagement peer community responsible dissemination and critical reflection Honesty At the core of all research endeavour is the need for researchers to be honest in respect of all aspects of the research process Openness The School encourages researchers to be as open as possible in discussing their work with other researchers and the public Dialogue The School promotes dialogue between researchers and the broader base of stakeholders in the research undertaking All researchers working through the School are asked to actively participate in and demonstrate leadership in the facilitation of dialogue around all aspects of the research process Public Engagement The School places special emphasis on

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  • Contact Us | Gradcam
    Dublin City near the Smithfield area and the North Circular Road it is within walking distance of the Irish Museum of Modern Art to the west and Dublin s cultural quarter Temple Bar to the east For more information about the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media email Martin McCabe the DIT GradCAM fellow martin mccabe at dit ie or Dr Noel Fitzpatrick Dean of GradCAM noel fitzpatrick at dit ie Public Transport Links The new Campus and School is well served by public transport see http www dit ie campuslife transport for further details The new Luas tram system passes close by the nearest station being Smithfield There are also stops at James s Hospital and Heuston station The new campus is only a 7 minute walk from the Smithfield luas Stop The school is also a short 15 minute walk from Heuston station which operates routes to and from Cork Tralee Limerick Waterford Ballina Wesport Galway Kildare and Clonmel Car Parking There are public car parks located close to the Grangegorman Campust the biggest public car park in located in Smithfield Share Email this page Share this page Tweet this Newsletter Signup Keep up to date with

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  • Programme | Gradcam
    Researcher Apply as Core Researcher Apply as International Associate Undergraduate Research Opportunities Practitioners working with GRADCAM People Alumni Associate Fellows Researchers Staff International Projects Seminars Activity Events Conference News RoyalSlider Error Incorrect RoyalSlider ID in shortcode or problem with query PROGRAMME FAQ S PROGRAMME Get Involved PROGRAMME Handbook PROGRAMME Selection Criteria PROGRAMME Apply Now For Funding Opportunities click here GradCAM 2016 All Rights Reserved Privacy Statement View Sitemap Contact Us

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  • Eligibility for PhD Studentships | Gradcam
    established national research council guidelines and best practice General eligibility to apply In order to be eligible for the receipt of a studentship an applicant will normally have met the following minimum requirements have achieved an honours BA degree minimum 2 2 in a subject area relevant to the proposed research project be available for full time study during the period of research funding have submitted a research proposal completed application form and supporting documentation Previous experience It is desirable that the applicant will have achieved or be about to achieve a masters qualification have a demonstrated track record of strong engagement and achievement in respect of their proposed research subject area have an ability to initiate and develop research projects both on a solo and on a collaborative or teamwork basis Applicants already on PhD track In the case of intending applicants already pursuing postgraduate research degrees at one of the partner institutions who wish to apply for a PhD studentship at the Graduate School they will be deemed eligible to apply where i they have commenced the research project in the last academic year ii they have the written support of their supervisor s and iii they have completed and submitted to their institution a transfer report in order to transfer from the masters register to the PhD register prior to the application deadline In such cases the applicant must include a statement of support from the supervisor and a copy of their transfer report as part of their application Find out more GradCAM runs specific workshops on proposal writing each semester funding for PhDs either through internal schemes or nationally schemes happens twice a year for further information email martin mccabe dit ie Also in this section Programme Eligibility for PhD Studentships Share Email this page Share

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  • Selection Process and Criteria | Gradcam
    International Projects Seminars Activity Events Conference News Your Are Here Gradcam Programme Selection Process and Criteria Selection Process and Criteria Selection Process and Criteria PhD candidates can apply throughout the year to the Dean noel fitzpatrick dit ie by sending the following evidence of a well defined project evidence of critical literacy and clarity of exposition in the research proposal project relevance in terms of both the potential benefit from and the contribution to the Graduate School programme and research themes track record as evidenced in CV and where appropriate references If you wish to apply for funding The funding of applicants is done through institutional or national funding mechanisms they require a completed funding application form either IRC Irish Research Council or for example DIT funded application scheme they usually require the following Also in this section Programme Selection Process and Criteria Share Email this page Share this page Tweet this Newsletter Signup Keep up to date with all the latest Gradcam seminars and events Simply leave your email address below February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

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  • Frequently Asked Questions | Gradcam
    for further studies It may help to discuss the choice of referees with your proposed supervisor if the opportunity arises The function of the supervisor is to provide the application review committee with a clear sense of the applicant s suitability for PhD study in the context of the Graduate School How can I find out about possible supervisors The institutional websites are a good starting point www dit ie www ncad ie and www iadt ie You can also pass on specific enquiries to the Interim Dean Dr Mick Wilson mick wilson gradcam ie Other sources of information on potential supervisors include the various Heads of Faculty Heads of School and Heads of Department in the collaborating institutions If at the time of completing the application you are unsure as to who you believe to be the most suitable supervisor for your particular project please indicate clearly with which of the partner institutions you would prefer to register Research Proposal How long should the proposal be The proposal should typically be approximately 1 500 words long The key consideration in drafting the proposal should be clarity If it is necessary to provide greater detail or more extensive contextual material then appendices may also be included How detailed should the proposal be Headings that should be addressed by a PhD research proposal typically include a Research aims research questions i e indicating what the basic focus of the proposed work is to be b Relevance contribution to the discipline s i e indicating the broader context that the proposed work will exist within c Sources bibliography archives examples prior works within the field etc d Resources required to develop the project e g studio space specific equipment access specialist materials techniques facilities specialist information resources e Proposed timeline of project work indicating key milestones in the development of the project The level of detail required under each heading will depend on the specific project The key requirement is that the proposal communicates a clear programme of enquiry and investigation It should demonstrate that the applicant is capable of framing their own agenda for research and that they have a sense of the larger field to which they wish to make a contribution Can I submit a proposal that I have already submitted elsewhere If you have had a proposal rejected in the past it is not recommended that you re submit that proposal unmodified A proposal that is currently funded by another mechanism or framework should not be submitted If you are currently a research student in one of the collaborating institutions please check the applicant eligibility information eligibility information Institutional Supervision Arrangements In which institution will successful applicants be registered Typically researchers will register in the institution of the primary supervisor All PhD researchers who are directly funded through the Graduate School must be registered in one of the collaborating institutions However as a participant in the Graduate School researchers will have access to key personnel and resources in

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