(above: The Graduate Data Network team)
On Wednesday 15 May 2019 the APS Graduate Data Network (GDN), in partnership with IPAA ACT and supported by the Departments of Prime Minister and Cabinet and Industry, Innovation and Science, hosted the 2019 Graduate Data Forum: A Data-Based APS, A Better Australia.
IPAA Councillor Elizabeth Kelly PSM opened the event, before Renée Leon and Deborah Anton provided keynote addresses. A morning panel, including Deborah Anton, featured Andrew Lalor, Marcel Van Kints and Greg Terrill. Following a 90 minute workshop, the afternoon session began with deep dive presentations by Dr. Maria Milosavljevic, Christopher Short and David Turvey and a final panel discussion. The event was held at Gandel Hall and was hosted by the Graduate Data Network team.
If you would like to listen to Renée Leon's Speech please click here.
If you would like to listen to Deborah Anton's speech please click here
To view Deborah Anton's presentation please click here.
To view Dr. Maria Milosavljevic's presentation please click here.
To view Christopher Short's presentation please click here.
To view David Turvey's presentation please click here.
To watch the introduction speech please click here.
Photos - a selection of event photos are provided below, for high resolution copies please contact IPAA.
(above: L-R Elizabeth Kelly PSM welcoming attendees to the event and Renée Leon PSM delivering her keynote address)
(above: L-R Deborah Anton delivering her keynote address and Sarah Campbell and Handuni Dasily Wickramasinghe, Graduate Data Network presenters)
(above: L-R Jeremy Rees, Andrew Lalor, Greg Terrill, Marcel Van Kints and Deborah Anton during the first panel discussion and question and answer session)
(above: Graduates during the first session asking the panellists questions)
(above: Gandel Hall filled to capacity)
(above: L-R Dr. Maria Milosavljevic, Christopher Short and David Turvey delivering their deep dive sessions and audience member)
(above: L-R Sarah Campbell, Christopher Short, Dr. Maria Milosavljevic, David Turvey and Handuni Dasily Wickramasinghe during the second panel discussion)
(above: Graduates during the second session asking the panellists questions)