Do you have a fear of public speaking? Or do you want to improve your presenting skills?
The temperatures have dropped and the 2016 running season is at its peak. GUPSA will continue last two years’ tradition and take part in a Bridge to Brisbane 10km running event. Let’s take our minds off of our studies for a moment and nurture our well-being and socialising through an active lifestyle!
GUPSA is holding a free 1 day Masterclass, Becoming Your Best Self – Using Buddhist psychology to overcome depression and anxiety. It will be held on Monday 6 June 9am-5pm at the EcoCentre, Nathan campus. The Masterclass will examine how anxiety and depression function and what can be done to overcome them.
GUPSA invites you to its Annual General Meeting (AGM).
Music, Mayhem and Change was the inaugural student led symposium held at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University (QCGU). The theme was inspired by the 50th anniversary of The Beatles touring Australia. When we designed the theme, we considered what The Beatles and this tour represented for music. That one group could have such a widespread effect that is still felt 50 years on made us pause to consider other changes, big and small, that impact on music and how these changes have impacted on society. And so the concept for Music, Mayhem, and Change was born.
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.