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We ensure that our graduates across all of the departments within the faculty of business and economics are provided with enriching experiences that will enable them to make meaningful and worthwhile contributions to society. The student society will have a standing committee of members who will maintain our constitution and ensure that the society is representative of PhD students’ needs across the Faculty of Business and Economics. The standing committee will ensure that students are represented in a legitimate and meaningful way. The society aims to achieve this through the following:
The society aims to provide academic and social support for our graduate students, allowing students to reach their full potential:
The Phd Society is run by students, for students
The Phd Society aims to enrich the quality of social and academic life
for doctoral students in the Faculty of Business & Economics
at The University of Melbourne.
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Interested in a research career in Business and Economics
at The University of Melbourne?
Want to improve your interview skills?
Come and join us for the free interview training (actor-led) workshop!
Monday, July 1st, 2019
The Spot 4014
198 Berkeley Street
Carlton, VIC 3053
Come celebrate with your fellow PhD classmates at the upcoming AGM and Semester's End Social. Blow off steam from a busy semester from 6:30pm onwards. You'll find us enjoying conversation, food and beverages at University House.
End of Semester 2 Social 2018 & AGM
Bowling & Karaoke Holiday Party 2018
To start the holiday season just right, the Student Society has planned a fun evening with bowling & karaoke to celebrate the end of the year...(it's not called the silly season for nuthin')
Actor Worshops 2018
This intensive workshop to help participants to identify and practice a range of verbal and non-verbal skills to elicit confidence and presence for successful communication in teaching and presenting. Two experienced lecturers from the Theatre Department of the VCA, Rinske Ginsberg and Anna McCrossin-Owen, who are specialists in body and voice skills, will facilitate the workshop. Together they will utilize successful actor training techniques for increased expressivity and effective use of the voice and body.
End of the semester party 2018
FBE phd student society held an end of semester 1 party at University House, one of the oldest building at the University of Melbourne.
The workshop was conducted by Professor Cynthia Hardy from the Department of Management & Marketing. It is based on the ‘Pyramid Principle’, developed by Barbara Minto* which is a framework that helps individuals to develop argumentation skills and enhances effective writing. Professor Hardy uses the pyramid principle in writing research papers, as a supervisory tool, as a collaborative tool with co-authors, and in developing grant applications. She has given this workshop to several cohorts of doctoral scholars. The workshop has been well received and has proved to be very beneficial to all those who have participated.
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