3 years ago

When:
1 September, 2015

Location:
A1 Theatre, Old Engineering Building

Organised by:
Chemical Engineering Students Society


In this panel session, speakers will discuss career tips on how to survive life as an engineer – for those who work in the field and study it!
University is a stressful time of your life, and positive and proactive outlook on Wellbeing is beneficial beyond your studies and into the workforce – the panel is followed by cupcakes and coffee/tea in the Student Lounge!

Hosted by Sandra Kentish (Head of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering), with speakers:
Orania Tokatlidis (Counselling and Psychological Services) : What are the Challenges Students Face?
Arthur Stratigopoulos (Shell, Oceania) : The workplace perspective
Claire Pollock (Masters of Engineering Student : The student perspective

Stress, anxiety & depression are key issues that are affecting university students at alarming rates, with 25% of Melbourne University students reporting to be affected in various degrees. You can check out tips on topics from ‘Managing Exam Stress’ through to ‘Maintaining Motivation to Study’ at: http://services.unimelb.edu.au/counsel/resources/publications