In 2022, the CEPAR Annual Workshop was held over two days on 16-17 November in Sydney, with over 70 CEPAR researchers, students and professional staff participating.
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One of the continuing challenges of the stewardship of an ARC Centre of Excellence such as CEPAR is keeping everyone connected and, in a multidisciplinary centre like ours, providing opportunities for cross-disciplinary interactions is an important component of this.
The call for papers submission deadline has been extended to 30 January 2023.
CEPAR Chief Investigator Professor Sharon Parker has been recognised as one of Australia’s top researchers in the field of psychology by The Australian’s 2023 Research magazine.
CEPAR PhD Candidate Jess Amos has been recognised with the 2021 Helen & Emanuel Poteris Award for Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or Parkinson’s Research.
Back in 2013, a then very newly funded CEPAR organised an international conference focused on population ageing. It was an unusual academic event in that it had a range of disciplines represented.
CEPAR PhD candidates Trang Le and Michelle Vhudzijena have received Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Research Grants from the UNSW Business School and UNSW Global Water Institute.
CEPAR Senipr Research Fellow Dr Tim Neal analyses in this The Conversation article that Australia's latest federal budget earmarked worthwhile climate measures, but many are piecemeal.
Workers aged 45-54 with care responsibilities struggled during the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia, according to a new CEPAR report published today. The report explores the circumstances of older workers with care responsibilities and offers insights into how they balanced their family lives with paid work.