Discover Griffith research at its best when 16 of our PhD candidates and 3 Honours students compete in the Three Minute Thesis competition final on Tuesday 21 October 2014 at Nathan. 3MT® is a competition which challenges research students to present a compelling oration on their thesis topic, communicating its significance to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes.
If you’re a researcher then at some stage you are going to have to present your findings. It’s tempting to get up and just read your paper, but to really speak to your audience you need to be able to communicate skilfully and with conviction. We’ve all been to dull presentations so it’s worth your while spending a little time to learn how to do it properly.
The Griffith Graduate Research School (GGRS) has some exciting workshops for HDR students being held next week.
Interactive Futures: Young People’s Mediated Lives in the Asia Pacific and Beyond. A conference hosted by the Consortium for Youth, Generations and Culture, Sociology, Monash University, the Griffith Centre for Cultural Research, Griffith University and support from the Monash Asia Institute.
To celebrate and highlight excellence in Higher Degree Research Supervision, the Griffith Graduate Research School (GGRS) and the Griffith University Postgraduate Students Association (GUPSA) warmly invite you to attend the Excellence in HDR Supervision Forum and Workshop.
Expressions of interest are being sought from post-confirmation (2nd and 3rd year) PhD candidates in all disciplines to participate in the Tropical Research Network (TRN).
Griffith Graduate Research School (GGRS) would like to hear your thoughts and ideas about the current Griffith Student Portal ….and….. what you would like to see in a new portal! Each participant will receive a $50 Visa credit card as a thank-you!
The Griffith Graduate Research School (GGRS) invites you to attend their upcoming “Thesis as a Series of Published and Unpublished Papers” workshop. All doctoral and MPhil candidates are expected to publish the results of their research during candidature. One option (other than writing a traditional thesis) is completing your thesis by a series of published or unpublished papers.