Unravelling Complexity Student Project Showcase

Monday 27 May 2013

You and your colleagues are invited to the ANU Unravelling Complexity Student Project Showcase on Thursday 30th May, designed to demonstrate how students across the university have worked together in multi-disciplinary teams to tackle some of society's most challenging and complex problems.

At this event students from the Vice-Chancellor's course, Unravelling Complexity, will showcase their projects, which address a real-world complex problem.

Location

Thursday 30th May, 2013. From 12:00 - 2:00pm.

Seminar Room N101, CSIT Building 108, North Road View map

RSVP

Please respond with your attendance by Monday 27th May.

Program

Presentations

The Showcase will commence with Dr Shayne Flint and Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and will be followed by three student presentations.

Viewing of projects

The presentations will be followed by a viewing of all eight student projects. Refreshments will be provided.

Student projects

  • "Mining Boom to Dining Boom" - Australia's flexible future
  • eWaste Management
  • Breast Feeding Awareness
  • Migrant Integration
  • Disability Services
  • Educational Disadvantage
  • Homelessness
  • Data Privacy on the Internet

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