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Dr Dan Bendrups Senior Lecturer Res Education and Dev, Graduate Research School

Dr Dan Bendrups is a Senior Lecturer in the Research Education and Development (RED) Team, Graduate Research School, where he delivers professional development for graduate research supervision, research integrity and research communication. He is an ethnographer (ethnomusicologist) with a work history encompassing teaching and research positions in Australia and New Zealand, as well as contributions to executive leadership as a deputy head of school and research centre deputy director. He is known internationally for his work concerning the safeguarding of Rapa Nui (Easter Island) intangible cultural heritage, and he has parallel research interests in cultural sustainability, health and wellbeing, and researcher development. His current research investigates the experiences of doctoral candidates and supervisors involved in transnational graduate research training.


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