The PGSA is proud to support the 2019 Sustainability Talks. This event offers a platform for postgraduate students to showcase research with a resilience and sustainability theme, and serves to highlight the strength that Victoria University of Wellington has in these key areas of research. The Resilience and Sustainability committee seeks to support research with an inter and trans-disciplinary approach to develop ways to live within our ecological limits and positively respond to current and future challenges. A core objective of the PGSA is to foster collegiality amongst like-minded staff and students, and this event offers a great opportunity to bring together those students and staff with similar research interests. The seminar will run in conjunction with Sustainability Week 2019 and take place on September 25, 11am-1pm in the Hunter Common Room. The format will be a 15 minute presentation alongside 5 minutes for questions. There will be an opportunity to connect with students and staff members upon conclusion of the seminar, and catering will be provided.
We are seeking expressions of interest from postgraduate students conducting research with relevance to the themes of resilience and sustainability. If you are interested in presenting your research, please submit a title and short abstract now - presenting spaces are limited!
All other postgraduate and staff members are invited to listen and participate in the seminar.