UC’s inaugural Research Festival is a university-wide festival of research showcases, workshops, tours, pitch competitions, networking and social activities, and public lectures.
We will hear from established research networks, transdisciplinary research groups collaborating across faculties, faculty research groups, current students, adjuncts, and more. Featuring more than 40 events over five days, the festival aims to celebrate, connect, and energise our UC research community following two years of restricted research.
Date: Monday 6 to Friday 10 June
Venue: Various locations across the University
Day One of the festival will showcase the University’s innovative and multi-disciplinary research projects. These include presentations from some of our established research networks, such as Climate Change Adaption and Resilience Research Network and Health Humanities Network, and from transdisciplinary research teams collaborating across the University.
Acknowledgement of Country
Presented by Professor Mick Cardew-Hall, DVC Research & Enterprise (acting) and Professor Lucy Johnston, DVC Research & Enterprise (incoming)
Research Network Showcase
A light lunch will be hosted by the DVC Research & Enterprise. Registration is required.