April 13: Graduate School of Archaeology PhD presentations day
The GSA PhD presentations day is a get-to-know-each-others-research day, and a ‘Master class’ for PhD students, aimed to improve presentation skills. Chaired by Prof Dr Miguel John Versluys, a group of PhD students will present a paper on their research topic.
The (peer) audience will evaluate both the contents and presentation skills after each individual paper. Miguel John will conclude all presentations with a short ‘wrap up’ of the strong aspects of the presentation, and summarize the recommendations for improvement (if any).
On April 13 a group of PhD students (who have started in 2011, 2013/14 and 2015/16) are scheduled; please take a look at the preliminary programme to find out who’s turn it is to give a short paper.
Confirm your participation or motivate your absence, ASAP -so we have time to approach a replacement if you are not able to come. If you are available please email the title of your presentation to Roswitha at email@example.com.
Speakers are asked to give a concise 10-minute-max powerpoint presentation specifically oriented towards:
significance and relevance of your research (imagine you are explaining the importance of your research to grant-suppliers)
research aim & questions,
collection & selection of data,
how it is aimed to answer the research questions.