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This year's Vice-Chancellor's Symposium will be hosted in Te Ara Hihiko on the Wellington Campus. The Symposium will give you an excellent chance to converse with colleagues about an important topic whilst experiencing "The Pit" (12B09) and other levels of Massey University's latest world-class building. The main presentations, including the Vice-Chancellor's keynote, will take place in The Pit and posters and breakout sessions will be spread around levels B and C of Te Ara Hihiko. And of course Massey staff can participate online through a number of media channels.
Photo 1: Te Ara Hihiko
Photo 2: The Pit
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016
One way to actively contribute to this year’s Vice-Chancellor’s Symposium is to prepare an A1 poster that illustrates your response to the question:
• How are we defining ourselves as 21st Century scholars?
These posters will be at the core of this year's Symposium. They will be a key feature during the morning programme where presenters will get a chance to explain and discuss their ideas to delegates. Substantial prizes including an iPad will be awarded for the best and most thought-provoking posters.You may find it useful to plan the design of your poster using the Powerpoint template below. Go to the poster requirements page for further information.