AUT Library’s Postgraduate Learning Advisors have created a range of new videos on how to write your discussion and literature review sections, how to position your research, and tools for […]
Editor’s note: In this article, Scott writes about a workshop series he attended through the Science Media Centre. The workshop series is on again soon, and if you’re fast, you […]
Academic conferences are a long-standing tradition. Academics from all over the world come together at conferences to share their research, learn from others’ work, and engage in dialogue on the […]
Check out the highlights from the 2019 Postgraduate Research Symposium, which took place on Friday 16 August 2019. This video was created by Visionworks (https://www.visionworks.co.nz/)
If you have ever been a PhD student, worked in a lab, or admired the music of Queen, you need to watch this video immediately. We’re humming at our desks! […]
With thanks to Tim Hamilton from Visionworks – check out more of his work at www.visionworks.co.nz.
This video from the Graduate Research School first appeared on Thesislink in October 2014.
This post by Sabrina Seeler, PhD Student at Auckland University of Technology (AUT), first appeared on Thesislink in October 2017. You may like to think about applying for one of […]
Ever felt this urgent need to go somewhere else than your desk at uni, but felt guilty the moment you decided to stay at home? Ever experienced this status […]
If you are presenting at the PG Symposium on Friday, you’re probably busy memorising your main talking points, finalising your slides, and rehearsing in front of the mirror. You may […]
If you’ve heeded our call to enter the PG Symposium, you might be wondering how to go about preparing your presentation. At last years’ Symposium, we asked some of the […]