b'Student and early career eventsAEGC 2023AEGC 2023: Student and early career eventsTuesday 14 March - Informal Meet & Greet at theopportunity to experience a day at the AEGC with industry BRISBANE Sign professionals. Weve brought on board the CoRE Learning Foundation to help energize the student day!The iconic BRISBANE sign will be used as a meeting spot before the AEGC Welcome Reception. All student or early careerTime: 09001500 AESTgeoscientists are welcome, whether you are travelling interstateLocation: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centreor just from the suburbs, come and meet your peers and find some friendly faces! High School Geoscience Outreach Day: ScheduleCome join us from 4.45 pm, and we will walk over to the0900 - 1000 Welcome to the AEGCWhat is a resource?Welcome reception together at 5.00 pm. The sign is located by1000 - 1030 Morning breakthe river in South Bank outside the Queensland Performing Arts1030 - 1230 Uncovering resourcesgo find them!Centre (QPAC). 12301330 LunchTime: 1645 AEST 1330 - 1430 Treasure hunt in the Exhibition HallLocation: South Bank 14301530 Wrap upFriday 17 March - University student and graduate afternoonThe AEGC 2023 welcomes undergraduate, honours, masters and PhD students, as well as early career geoscientists to register their interest to attend the sponsored AEGC 2023 university student and graduate afternoon.Time: 11001700 AESTWednesday 15 March - The Fortescue Metals GroupLocation: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition CentreEarly Career Geoscientist Networking University student and graduate afternoon: ScheduleThe Fortescue Metals Group Early Career Geoscientist Networking1100 - 1230 Industry Q&A panelEvening will officially kick-off the Student and Early Career AEGC programme, providing an opportunity for geoscientists1230 - 1330 Lunchat all career and study levels the chance to network with fellow1330 - 1500 The GeoPitchdelegates. The event will be held from 6.00 pm on Wednesday 151500 - 1530 Afternoon breakMarch at one of Brisbanes beloved central bars, The Charming1530 - 1700 Plenary (including GeoPitch awards)Squire. It is conveniently located around the corner from the AEGC venue, the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. TheThe interactive industry Q&A panel discussion will include Fortescue Metals Group Early Career Geoscientist Networkinga diverse range of geoscientists, allowing students and Evening follows the AEGC 2023 Happy Hour. conference delegates to tackle front-of-mind questions and Undergraduate, early career, and established geoscientistsshare experiences. Students are encouraged to attend lunch are encouraged to attend the Fortescue Metals Group Earlyin the main Exhibition Hall, to explore the latest in exploration Career Geoscientist Networking Evening, to meet and sharetechnologies and have an opportunity to interact with experiences, all the while enjoying all-inclusive drinks and aestablished geoscientists and industry. Following lunch we casual meal. will reconvene in the designated room, before continuing an afternoon of student and early sareer fast-paced presentations: Time: From 1830 AEST The GeoPitch.Location: The Charming Squire, SouthbankTickets: Vary (see Registration Page). Ticket prices start fromThe GeoPitch, which is 90 minutes of fast-paced 3-minute $15 and can be purchased via the Registration process. presentations, will be held concurrently with the rest of the conference proceedings. The GeoPitch is open to all students Thursday 16 March - High School Geoscience Outreachand early career geoscientists to present their research, project Day work, and new ideas related to earth science. All conference delegates are welcome to attend the event. Several prizes will The AEGC 2023 has capacity to host up to 100 high schoolbe up for grabs and winners will be announced in the AEGC students (preference given to years 10 - 12) for a unique2023 closing plenary before the departure Happy Hour.73 PREVIEW FEBRUARY 2023'