Visualise Your Thesis Competition Launch & Information session

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Visualise Your Thesis Competition Launch & Information session

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Visualise Your Thesis challenges graduate researchers to create a 60-second digital explainer to communicate your research to a non-specialist audience.

This online session will give an overview of the competition, the prizes to be won and its supporting workshops. Join us to find out more about the competition.

Presenter(s): TBA

FOR UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE RESEARCHERS ONLY.

Bookings are essential. Register with your University of Melbourne email address for verification and to receive webinar details. If you have any questions, please email us at researcher-connect@unimelb.edu.au.

Visit Research Gateway to explore other Researcher Connect events and resources.

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