Special Functions

 

Public Lecture: Margaret McFall-Ngai – Monday 6.15pm

Welcome MixerMonday 26th November ~7.15pm – 8.30pm

Exhibitor Networking & Poster Session 1
 – Tuesday 27th  November ~5pm – 7.30pm

Technician BreakfastWednesday 28th November ~7.00am – 8.30am (Restricted to registered technicians)

Poster Session 2
– Wednesday 28th November, ~5.30pm – 7.30pm

Student Mixer – Wednesday 28th November, ~7.30pm – 9.30pm (Restricted to students and invited guests)

Conference Dinner – Thursday 29th November, from ~7.00pm – Venue: Savoy Hotel

Science Thoughts – a chance to dwell on scientific ethics, statistics, philosophy, and how science and society interact

SPEED MENTORING LUNCH DATE ( Run by the RSNZ ECR Forum – THURSDAY @ Lunch Time)

Calling all ECRs, and seasoned academics: 
♦ Are you an early career researcher looking for some mentoring and advice?
♦ Are you an experienced researcher looking to help out the next generation (and learn along the way)?

The NZMS/NZSBMB meeting will feature a ‘speed-mentoring’ session during the Thursday lunch break, run by the Royal Society Te Apārangi Early Career Researcher Forum. This rapid-fire networking session will facilitate contact between seasoned academics and up-and-coming researchers, giving you lots of chances to form a mentoring relationship. You’ll also get to practice networking and starting conversations with new people and broaden your professional network.

So, what are you waiting for?
Sign up for speed-mentoring when you register (there is lunch, too)  and be sure to share your success with us!

If you’d like more information, please contact Jane Allison (j.allison@auckland.ac.nz) or Amy Osborne (amy.osborne@canterbury.ac.nz).

If you’d like to read more about mentoring in Aotearoa New Zealand, you can download the Royal Society Te Apārangi’s mentoring guidelines HERE.