GRASP

About GRASP

The Graduate Research Advanced Skills Program (GRASP) enables HDR students to take control of their research project from the beginning and develop transferable skills in scholarly reading, thinking, analysing and writing.

GRASP provides HDR students with online resources, workshops, productivity writing sessions, individual academic writing consultations and Thesis Boot Camps.

The team

Here are the Library staff who organise and teach the GRASP program, and other Library services that are relevant to HDR students:

Dr Petra Dumbell
Academic Skills Advisor
GRASP coordinator

Dr Eva Bujalka
Sessional Academic
Faculty of Humanities

Ms Claire Hulcup
Academic Skills Advisor
(Numeracy)

Jaya Ralph, Vanessa Varis,
Jenny Copestake, Kitty Delaney
Faculty Librarians

How to get in touch

Please email LibraryResearchSupport@curtin.edu.au if you have questions about GRASP or any other matters we might be able to help you with. No question is too big or too small! You can also book an appointment through the GRASP Bookings page.