PG Research Symposium – TOMORROW!

We’re on the final countdown to our biggest PG event of the year… the AUT Postgraduate Research Symposium!

If you are presenting at the Symposium, we’re looking forward to learning more about your work. Contact pgresearcherdevelopment@aut.ac.nz for any last-minute questions or concerns.

If you are attending the Symposium, make sure you register to attend on LilRegie here. (You can specify which events you would like to attend.)

You can download the full programme below.

And the full list of presentation abstracts is available in Guidebook, the app we will be using for the event. You can download Guidebook on your device via the App Store or Google Play. Once you’ve downloaded, search for the AUT Graduate Research School guide and find the 2022 Postgraduate Research Symposium from the menu. There you’ll find all the info you need on the day.

Highlights among the day’s events include our keynote presentation from Dr Peter Jean-Paul on his tips for postgraduate research success; 11 themed streams of oral presentations on a huge variety of topics; a creative exhibition about imaginary water worlds for healing; a session of 10 posters, and an awards ceremony with prizes for Best Abstract, Best Poster, and a new Women in Science Communication award sponsored by Graduate Women North Shore.

Also don’t miss our special Publication Forum – a first for this year’s Symposium – where experts from the AUT Library and Rangahau Aranga: AUT Graduate Review will talk through strategies for getting your work into journals and making your research known to the world!

So do come along, share in the learning, and marvel at the incredible postgraduate research happening right now at AUT!

About Graduate Research School (Auckland University of Technology)

The Auckland University of Technology Graduate Research School offers support and resources to all postgraduate students at AUT. Come and visit us on the 5th floor of the WU building.

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