On Thursday 2 November the College of Education, Health and Human Development is hosting a one-day Postgraduate Student Showcase. This inaugural showcase has been timed to acknowledge the move of the College into its new home in Rehua, a purpose-built space on the Ilam Campus, early in 2018. The idea of the Showcase came from a desire to acknowledge the postgraduate research at both masters and doctoral level that has occurred on the Dovedale campus over many years. With the move to Rehua, the College wished to acknowledge the journey of so many students, and the work of their supervisors, in contributing to our understandings of education, health and human development. Once the College is settled in Rehua, this gathering will be part of our annual programme of events.
The venue is Wheki 302 and will be opened by Professor Angus Macfarlane at 9.00am. The morning will be dedicated to Pecha Kucha presentations from across the College; the afternoon session will be poster displays and a keynote address by Associate Professor John Freeman-Moir – The Worth of a Doctorate. The day will close at 2.00pm. All welcome – if you’d like to be in the audience please rsvp to Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor Annelies Kamp – PG Coordinator