The aim of the session is to have postgraduate students (PhD, Masters, Honours, PGDiploma) present their research and ideas in a non-threatening environment among their peers, obtain constructive criticism/feedback on their work, network with other postgraduate students and forge effective relationships that enhance their personal and professional development. Postgraduate students are invited to submit abstracts on their research and are allowed to make a 15 minute presentation, after which they receive audience feedback and comments. Students are encouraged to present their work regardless of the stage they are at in their studies, or they may just attend the session for enlightenment, support, interaction, to establish a network or just to have some free food! To foster inclusiveness, the PGSA alternates the sessions between the Kelburn, Pipitea and Te Aro campuses.
We are no longer accepting registrations to present a talk, all the spots are filled this month. The next opportunity to present is in August, but you can sign up now!
To register to attend this round of the Postgrad Talks, please sign up below.