Doctoral Breakfast – Dieback, Diabetes and Dangerous Volcanoes
November 19, 2019 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am| Free
Talent Central with Massey University invite you to join us for a light breakfast.
Hear a brief overview from three of our latest doctoral students regarding their work in a specialised field of study, followed by an opportunity for Q&A and networking.
Dieback, Diabetes and Dangerous Volcanoes
Charlene Lormand has studied the [past eruptions of Tongariro and has an in-depth understanding of eruptions and volcanic hazards in our region.
Ellie Bradley us passionate about Kauri die-back and has ideas as to how we can help the trees resist infection.
Akisi Rovono has suggestions around nursing care for patients with diabetes which would improve their quality of life.
“This is an opportunity for business people to discover the talent that could harnessed to add value to the Manawatu economic, environmental and social wellbeing” Margaret Kouvelis MNZM CEO Talent Central
To secure a place at this event, RSVP no later than 12 November 2019 as numbers are strictly limited.