G-Week 2019

G-Week 2019

The graduation process for many students can be as uncertain as their initial arrival to ANU. The process can be complicated, use unfamiliar terminology and present a new unknown. Navigating entry into the professional workplace can also be daunting and often students are unaware of the global network of alumni or ANU support services available post-graduation.

G-Week bookends a student's experience at ANU. Like O-Week, G-Week will assist prospective graduates transition into life outside of ANU after studies whilst celebrating and retaining their connections to the ANU community.

G-Week brings together a number of ANU Services including:

  • Engagement and Success
  • Wellbeing
  • Student Central
  • Sponsored Students
  • Global Programs
  • Careers
  • Examinations, Graduations and Prizes
  • Advancement (Alumni Relations)
  • ANU LGBTIQ+ Alumni Network
  • Batyr; as well as
  • Various academic colleges and residential halls

 

G-Week Calendar of events

Events are free of charge and are open to all final semester and future graduating students. Click here to read more and register

 

Monday 21st October:

10:00am-2:00pm: G-Week Launch Event- Kambri Lawn

11:00am-12:00pm: Wellbeing workshop- Marie Reay 5.05

12:00pm-1:00pm: Reverse Culture Shock workshop- Marie Reay 2.02

 

Tuesday 22nd October:

12:00pm-2:00pm: LinkedIN photo booth- Marie Reay Level 3

2:00pm-3.30pm: 'Plan B' Careers workshop- Marie Reay 3.02

5.30pm-7.30pm: Pathfinder: Speed Mentoring- aMBUSH Art Gallery, Kambri

Join us for a Pathfinder event with a modern twist, as we combine mentoring elements with speed dating for an educational, fun and fast paced professional networking event!

Note: Tickets for this event are available here.

 

Wednesday 23rd October:

9:00am-10:00am: Graduation information session- Marie Reay 2.02

6:00pm-7.30pm: ANU LGBTIQ+ Alumni Network: 'The Return Home': Marie Reay 2.02

For current students, allies and alumni to discuss the prospects of returning to a community or country where being LGBTIQ+ is difficult or even illegal. This event will encourage attendees (led by prominent panel  members) to discuss their realities; and learn about tools, strategies and options to equip them before their return.

Post event drinks at Badger and Co. from 7.30pm-9pm are included in this event.

Note: Tickets for this event are available here.

 

Thursday 24th October:

12:00pm-2:00pm: Feast of Strangers- Kambri Lawn bench seating area

6pm-7.30pm: ANU Women's Alumni Network- China in the World Lecture Theatre

We believe in supporting our female identifying alumni as they move into their chosen life paths. It gives us great pleasure to invite you to a special event organised for new and established women alumni.

Note: Tickets for this event are available here.

 

Friday 25th October:

11:00am-12:00pm: Closing Event- Kambri Amphitheatre/Sullivan's Creek

Note: this event is only open to students who have attended at least one G-Week event.

12:00pm-1:00pm: Reverse Culture Shock workshop- Marie Reay 4.02

4:00pm-5:00pm: Graduation Information session- Marie Reay 2.02