DSC Intertext Symposium – 14th-18th September 2020

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The DSC Intertext Symposium is a unique Higher Degree by Research (HDR) student-led conference for the College of Design and Social Context (DSC) at RMIT University.

The Intertext Symposium aims to showcase postgraduate research across the 8 schools within the DSC, celebrating the significant contributions of postgraduate researchers and bringing together the HDR community to provide a channel for the exchange of information and transdisciplinary collaboration.

This year the symposium will be held online in the week of the 14th-18th September 2020. Presenters have pre-recorded their presentations which are available on the DSC Intertext Symposium 2020 website, where all symposium attendees will be able to view and engage with the presentations. Live sessions will take place daily, where an academic chair and referee will facilitate a Q&A with the presenters and wider audience.

Panel discussions have been organised thematically with links to RMIT’s Enabling Capability Platforms.

The Keynote, A/Prof Inger Mewburn (better known as @thesiswhisperer), will be giving a presentation entitled “So – you’re finishing your PhD in a pandemic… what’s next?” Please see the website for the program and further details on registering for the event.

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