Seminars

Throughout the year, the MGA organises a number of workshops and seminars to provide graduate students with the opportunity to develop their skills, network with one another, discuss current issues and upcoming trends.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: To ensure the health and safety of all staff, volunteers and participants, physical distancing, regular hand sanitisation and QR code check-in and/or event registration are required for all on-campus events. You must always carry a face mask with you when you leave home unless you have a lawful reason not to. It is strongly recommended you wear a face mask whenever you cannot keep 1.5 metres distance from others. I you are feeling unwell, please stay home and do not attend any on-campus events.

Upcoming seminars:

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Academic Excellence Seminar Series | 21, 28 April & 5 May

A seminar series for students to hear from experts on what to anticipate during their graduate degree and how to thrive in their studies.

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Transition to Work Seminar Series | 22, 29 April & 6 May

A seminar series for graduate students to develop their toolkit for their job hunt. Our expert speakers will share their knowledge that will give you the edge you need in your job hunt.

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Virtual Yoga | Every Monday

Join us for virtual yoga from the comfort of your own home. Sessions are every Monday via Zoom.

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MGA Badminton @ Clayton

Start a racket at our weekly Wednesday and Friday night badminton games on Clayton campus.

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Virtual Shut Up and Write | Every Tuesday

Stay motivated and keep your writing on track at this weekly virtual Shut Up and Write session for PhD and Masters by Research students.

Give us your input on what kind of topics you are interested in learning about or if you have any speaker suggestions for our next seminar!

You may be interested in some topics, but could care less about others. We want to know what you do and don’t want to see. By helping us understand what you want as a graduate student, we can tailor the content of our seminars to give you more of what you want to learn about.

Please email rhian.adlam@monash.edu with your ideas.

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