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.

Upcoming seminars:

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Career pathways for graduate research students in Biomedical Science | 23 June

Find out about the road to a career in Biomedical Science from professionals with years of experience in the field.

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MGA Seminar: How to Get Published | 23 June

Join Prof Ben Marsland, editor-in-chief of Mucosal Immunology Journal (Nature), for some insider pointers on how to get your research papers published.

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MGA Women in STEMM – Networking Event | 29 June

Join us to hear from our feature speakers on the importance of women in STEM and take the opportunity to ask questions and network.

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Global Talent Program Pathway For International PhD Students | 30 June

In partnership with the Department of Home Affairs, the MGA presents a seminar to inform graduates about the Global Talent Program Pathway for International Students who have completed a PhD in Australia. 

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MGA x PostAC: Explore your post-PhD career options

Are you wondering about your career options post PhD? PostAc is a job searching platform with a difference. 

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MGA Badminton @ Clayton | Every Wednesday and Friday

Start a racket at our weekly Wednesday and Friday 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.

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MGA Yoga @ Clayton | Every Monday

Join us for free yoga classes every Monday on Clayton campus.

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 MGA Events with your ideas.

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