What does the future hold for you and the world? Join us for an engaging and lively panel debate from leading academics, students and graduates from our faculty and find out how postgraduate study or research can take your career to the next level.
Date & Time: Thursday 17 September 5.30 - 7pm
- Panel discussions on career development as an Engineer and the common roadblocks and opportunities that help shape your success.
- Themed breakout sessions where you can dive into postgraduate study or research options in your area of Engineering, facilitated by academics experts in that field.
- Ask us about our popular programmes, as well as new offerings* for Semester One next year, including aerospace engineering, robotics, sustainability, and more.
- Our Student Academic Services team will also be available for bookable one-on-one Zoom sessions to help you navigate your next steps and answer any questions you have.
- Dr Richard Clarke - Associate Dean Postgraduate Research
- Lamis Jarvis – President, Engineering Postgraduate Student Association
- Dr Sandeeka Mannakkara – Lecturer, Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Dr Garry Miller – Director of the Graduate School of Engineering and Associate Dean Postgraduate Taught
- Ryan Gamon - International Manager
Breakout Room details
- Health and Food: A/Prof. Meng Wai Woo (Food Engineering) and Prof. Partha Roop (Digital Health Engineering), A/Prof Justin Fernadez (Orthopaedic Engineering)
- Manufacturing and Materials: Prof. Xun Xu (Manufacture Engineering) and Prof. Simon Bickerton (Mechanical and Materials Engineering) Dr Jenny Malmstrom(Functional Biointerfaces)
- Space and Robotics: Prof. Bruce MacDonald (Robotics) and Prof. Guglielmo Aglietti (Space Engineering)
- Built Environment and Engineering Management: Prof. Jason Ingham (Construction Engineering) and Dr Sandeeka Mannakkara (Resilience Engineering)
- Sustainability and Resource Recovery: A/Prof. Ashvin Thambayah(Mechanobiology), Dr Wei-Qin Zhuang(Clean Water Engineering), Dr Saeid Baroutian(Biomass Processing) and Dr Shan Yi(Bioprocess Engineering).
- Energy: Professor Rosalind Archer
*subject to CUAP approval
All sessions will be hosted online and Links provided upon registration.
About the Graduate School of Engineering.
The world is rapidly changing and bringing new challenges to the future for work. We’re here to equip you with new skills to prepare for change and to stand out in the employment market.
The University of Auckland’s Graduate School of Engineering offers a portfolio of certificates, diplomas, and masters programmes designed to provide the competitive edge needed for our graduates to tackle times of uncertainty and disruption.
We are focused on the future – join us at our panel debate to find out how you can be a part of it.
In times of uncertainty and disruption, we need to focus on the future on how we can be part of it. Join us at our panel debate and hear how we can help boost your career through Postgraduate Study.