7.30 pm Tuesday, 18 April, Three Minute Thesis finalists. Palmerston North Central Library. All welcome.
This month we are delighted to be able to present four short talks from finalists in Massey University’s
Three Minute Thesis competition.
Reconciling paid work and caregiving responsibilities among older workers in Aotearoa New Zealand
Shanika is a PhD student in psychology. Her work focuses on precarious
employment, work-life balance, and retirement.
Lessons from the bored room: Applying concepts of boredom to animals
Morgan is a PhD student in Massey’s Animal Welfare Science and Bioethics
Centre. When we keep animals, we design their environments for them and
often make them as stable and unchanging as possible – we make them
boring. But what is boring to a dog, or to a chicken?
Digestion of complex food systems containing health-promoting compounds
Haroon is a PhD student at the Riddet Institute at Massey University. His
research interests are delivering bioactive ingredients, functional foods,
nutrition, and product development.
Automated vehicles and society: Why do social meanings matter?
Moayad is a PhD candidate in the School of People, Environment and
Planning at Massey University. His PhD research looks at the future of
autonomous vehicles in New Zealand by placing considerable focus on the
interface between technology, policymaking, social acceptance, and business development.