2020 ANU Student Research Conference

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The 2020 ANU Student Research Conference features 3 days of of student research presentations, panels, workshops and keynote speakers.

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The ANU Student Research Conference is an annual event which centres around the presentation of high achieving research by ANU undergraduate and Masters students, and includes keynote speakers, panels and workshops which highlight the important and exciting work of ANU researchers.

This year, the Conference is being run online for the first time, and will see an unprecedented number of ANU students presenting their research across our three-day program. It is more important than ever to support aspiring researchers, and we warmly invite you join us in this celebration of research achievement and aspiration.

We are also proud to deliver an unprecedented number of events alongside this full program of student presentations which highlight the importance and contributions of undergraduate and Masters level research via our Conference theme New Voices, Big Impact.

  • Keynote address– Lucy Kirk and Professor Imogen Mitchell: 'Young Voices, Big Impact':
  • Women in Academia Panel
  • Tips and Tricks for PhD success panel
  • How to Turn Your Social Science Passion into a Career panel
  • Keynote address– Lachlan Deimel: 'A guide to vaccines in the COVID-19 era'
  • Tips and Tricks for Honours Success
  • R (free statistical software program) workshop
  • COVID-19 Research in the Time of a Pandemic panel
  • Preparing, Publishing, Published! How to Get Your Name on the Page panel
  • Closing Ceremony and Presentation of Awards

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Organiser of 2020 ANU Student Research Conference

The ANU Student Research Conference organising committee includes eight students from first year undergraduate to postgraduate masters.

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