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Workshops: The end is in sight

'Squally Spring Afternoon Birubi 2' by Jan Burgass
'Squally Spring Afternoon Birubi 2' by Jan Burgass

The End is in Sight consists of three workshops and one panel session all of which are designed to help HDR students who are in the last year of their thesis to submit. The workshops are about writing and editing theses, tips for getting through and the examination and submission processes. All students are welcome to attend all four sessions or you can register for individual ones.

The End is in Sight will be held on Wednesday, 30 August 2017 beginning at 10.00am.


The workshops are:

Panel Session: Surviving Your Thesis

Time: 10am – 11am

Venue: 501.201

Presenters: Greg Watson, Fiona Harmon, Isaac Middle and Tatiana Bogachenko

 

Writing Your Thesis Having a Story

Time: 11am – 12pm

Venue: 501.201

Presenter: Associate Professor Michele Willson

Flyer: Writing Your Thesis

iLecture: Writing Your Thesis

PowerPoint: Writing Your Thesis ppt

 

Editing Your Thesis

Time: 1pm – 2pm

Venue: 501.201

Presenter: Dr Anne Ryden

Flyer: Editing Your Thesis

iLecture: Editing Your Thesis

PowerPoint: Editing Your Thesis ppt

 

Submitting and What to Expect: Examination Process

Time: 2pm – 3pm

Venue: 501.201

Presenter: Prof Tim Dolin

Flyer: Submitting and What to Expect: Examination Process

iLecture: Submitting your Thesis

PowerPoint: Submitting Your Thesis ppt