2020 ANU Student Research Conference: 'New Voices, Big Impact'

The ANU Student Research Conference (16th-18th September 2020) is an annual event which centres around the presentation of high achieving research by ANU undergraduate and Masters students. Alongside student presentations, the Conference includes keynote speakers, panels and workshops which highlight both the important and exciting work of ANU researchers and the opportunities open to young researchers.

This year, the Conference is being run online for the first time, and will see more than 70 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 undergraduate and Masters research achievement and aspiration.

Student presentations run throughout the three days, and include reserach on international relations, quantum computing, COVID-19, art history and more! You can read more about student presentation sessions through the registration link.

This year, the ANU Student Research Conference will also host a wide range of events which are open to all members of the ANU community.

  • Wednesday 16th September 2020: 
    • Keynote address- Lucy Kirk and Professor Imogen Mitchell: 'Young Voices, Big Impact' (9am AEST)
    • Women in Academia Panel (11am AEST)
    • Tips and Tricks for PhD Success panel (1pm AEST)
    • How to Turn Your Social Science Passion into a Career panel (4pm AEST)
  • Thursday 17th September 2020:
    • Keynote address- Lachlan Deimel: 'A guide to vaccines in the COVID-19 era' (9.30am AEST)
    • Tips and Tricks for Honours Success panel (12pm AEST)
    • Beginner's R (free statistical software program) workshop (2.30pm AEST)
  • Friday 18th September 2020: 
    • COVID-19 Research in the Time of a Pandemic panel (11am AEST)
    • Preparing, Publishing, Published! How to Get Your Name on the Page panel (2pm)
    • Closing Ceremony and Presentation of Awards (3pm AEST)

The ANU Student Reserach Conference is open to all members of the ANU community, and registrations are essential as Zoom links will be issued to registered participants.

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