Visualise Your Thesis 2020

Congratulations to Shannon Barnes for winning first prize in the 2020 Visualise Your Thesis awards with her excellent presentation, The world is caving in: parental trauma after intensive care. Shannon will receive $1000 and go on to take part in the International online showcase hosted by The University of Melbourne later this year. We wish her all the best!

View Shannon's submission below:

Second prize is awarded to Nina Wootton for her submission, From plastic to plate?. Congratulations, Nina!

View Nina's submission below:

Third prize goes to Qiaz Hua for her submission, Will octopuses adapt to climate change?. Congratulations, Qiaz!

View Qiaz's submission below:

And lastly, this year's People's Choice Award is awarded to Yoko Wang for her presentation,The war on obesity.

View Yoko's submission below:

Watch the rest of this year's submissions by visiting our submissions showcase

We would like to extend a huge thank you to all of our participants this year. We appreciate your hard work and have thoroughly enjoyed viewing your presentations and learning more about the diverse research taking place across the University. Thank you also to our judges for their thoughtful efforts - Dr. Eva Balan-Vnuk, Executive Director of ICT and Digital Government, Department of the Premier and Cabinet; Bonny Rugless, Learning Designer, Learning Enhancement and Innovation Team; Professor Michael Liebelt, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research Operations); and Professor Philippa Levy, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Student Learning). 

Until next year, thank you and stay safe!

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