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Virtual Postgraduate Information Evening

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Thursday 4 June 2020, 4pm to 6.30pm

We've taken our information evenings virtual, allowing you to stay home and still get all the information that you and your family want!

First we're going to give you the basics: a run down on Massey University and how we work, then we're going to send you to subject specific breakout rooms. This is where you'll get the opportunity to hear from staff in the areas you're most interested in - creative arts, science, business, health or humanities and social sciences. They'll be taking questions which you can type into the chat, or ask directly, so come prepped with any specifics you are wanting to know.

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Event details

The event starts at 4.00pm and will run until approximately 6.30pm, but you're welcome to attend the event for as long as you like. Pop in and pop out, and if you like - pop back in again!

Breakout rooms

Check back in here on the night for the links to the appropriate 'breakout' rooms. In order to connect you will need to either download the Microsoft Teams app or watch via your web browser, from your computer, tablet or phone.

Once you're in, you can ask your questions using the chat function or just watch and listen to our academics.

What's on

Postgraduate study at Massey

TimeTopic
4.00pmWelcome - starting your postgraduate journey
4.10pmHear from our postgraduate students
4.25pmBreakout to College specific rooms
4.30pmPostgraduate Pathways, Navigating the website, Scholarships, Frequently Asked Questions
5.00pmTe Rau Tauawhi - Māori Student Support
Pasifika Student Support
5.30pmPostgraduate Pathways, Navigating the website, Scholarships, Frequently Asked Questions
6.00pmQuestion Time

Science

TimeTopicSpeaker
4.30pmIntroductionProfessor Claire Massey
4.50pmMaster of ScienceAssociate Professor Mark Waterland
5.10pmConstructionAssociate Professor James Rotimi
5.30pmAgricultureProfessor Chris Anderson
5.50pmEnvironmental ManagementProfessor John Holland
6.10pmInformation ScienceDr Anuradha Mathrani

Humanities and Social Sciences

TimeTopicSpeaker
4.30pmMāori HealthFelicity Ware
Mātauranga MāoriProfessor Huia Jahnke and Hona Black
4.50pmEducation and TeachingAssociate Professor Jenny Poskitt and Dr Judith Donaldson
5.10pmPeople Environment and PlanningAssociate Professor Bethan Greener
5.30pmCreative WritingDr Thom Conroy
CommunicationAssociate Professor Elspeth Tilley
5.50pmHistoryProfessor Michael Belgrave
PhilosophyDr Stephen Chadwick
6.10pmEmergency ManagementDr Raj Prasanna
PsychologyDr Kirsty Ross

Business

TimeTopicSpeaker
4.30pmMaster of FinanceProfessor Ben Marshall
4.45pmMaster of Business StudiesDr Andrew Cardow
5.05pmMaster of Professional Accountancy and FinanceProfessor Fawzi Laswad
5.20pmMaster of AnalyticsDr Teo Susnjak
5.35pmMaster of ManagementDr Wayne MacPherson
5.55pmMaster of Business Administration (online)Mandy Welch
6.15pmPostgraduate Diploma in JournalismDr James Hollings

Creative Arts

TimeTopicSpeaker
4.30pmIntroduction to PG at the College of Creative ArtsProfessor Heather Galbraith
4.40pmMaster of Design and Weta WorkshopDeb Cumming and Tanya Marriott
5.00pmMaster of Fine ArtsShannon Te Ao
5.20pmMaster of Māori Visual ArtsAssociate Professor Kura Te Waru Rewiri
5.40pmMaster of Creative EnterpriseDr Jon He
6.00pmPhD Fine Arts, Design, Music, Māori Visual ArtsProfessor Heather Galbraith

Health

TimeTopicSpeaker
4.30pmSport and ExerciseAssociate Professor Toby Mundel and Dr Matthew Barnes
4.45pmNutrition and DieteticsAssociate Professor Rozanne Kruger and Associate Professor Cathryn Conlon
5.05pmSocial Work, Social Policy and Professional SupervisionLareen Cooper and Dr Polly Yeung
5.25pmNursing – graduate entry programme to nursing practiceRhonda McKelvie and Jennifer Roberts
5.40pmNursing - Advanced PostgraduateJane O'Donnell and Dr Kerri-Ann Hughes
6.00pmPublic HealthDr Linda Murray
6.15pmHealth ScienceAssociate Professor Rachel Page
6.30pmQ&A with AcademicsAll

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