Pitfalls, highlights and the path to successful postgraduate study
Posted by Emma Timewell in Events
The Auckland chapter invites you to listen to successful women talk about the realities behind postgraduate study – the pitfalls, the highlights and the inevitable life after studying.
If you have any worries or concerns about anything to do with postgraduate study, network with others who are, or have been, in the same situation and discover you are not alone!
Dr Verity Oliver graduated from the University of Otago before undertaking a postdoctoral position at Johns Hopkins University. She is now a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Auckland's Department of Ophthalmology.
Dr Georgina Rae graduated from the University of Auckland with a PhD in Molecular Biology. Georgina has now successfully transitioned from scientific research into intellectual property and is now a Strategist at EveredgeIP.
Jennifer Creaser is a PhD student at the University of Auckland Department of Mathematics. She is due to submit her thesis the day after this event before taking up a one year lectureship in the Department of Mathematics.
Dr Rochelle Constantine is a graduate from the University of Auckland who worked overseas for two years before returning to New Zealand. She is now the Director of the Joint Graduate School in Coast and Marine Science at the University of Auckland.
Thursday 12th February, drinks and networking from 5.30pm
Room 303, WF Building, AUT University City Campus