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d87cc7f6d4c60b8e025aa24cc0ed1d7c_nThe topic of ‘’ will be explored at the Student Voices mini symposium during semester two O-week.

This cross-disciplinary staff and student event will feature presentations from undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Dr Andrew Johnson will deliver the keynote presentation based on his collaborative paper, “A Rheme of one’s own: How ‘original’ do we expect students to be?”

The Monash-initiated event will include “virtual” attendees from several national and international universities and the symposium will also be streamed live online. It will be held from 10.00-2.00pm on Tuesday 22 July in R7 Theatre, Building 8 at the Clayton campus and will be followed by a light lunch.

Student Voices is officially supported by the Office of the Vice-Provost (Learning and Teaching), the the Office of the Vice-Provost (Graduate Education) and the Monash Institute of Graduate Research.

The symposium will be officially opened by the Vice-Provost Learning and Teaching, Professor Darrell Evans, and officially concluded by the Vice-Provost (Graduate Education), Professor Zlatko Skrbis.

For further information or to enrol, contact Ms Anna Zhang, azha32@student.monash.edu.