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Built Environment: Construction, Property & Project Management Experience Day

Built Environment: Construction, Property & Project Management Experience Day

Are you passionate about creating sustainable communities for the next generation? Turn your passion into a successful career. As our population grows, so must our cities! In the 21st century, it is vital that we learn how to adapt to our ever-changing environment. Come along and learn about the processes, aspects and job opportunities involved in constructing, managing, and developing an urban space! 

Choosing the right university for you can be challenging - it's one of the most significant decisions you will make in shaping your future. At Bond University, we appreciate the importance of this decision and encourage those looking for a memorable university experience to consider Bond

.There is no better way for you to find your passion than to experience it for yourself! Attending an Experience Day allows you to come along to the Bond University campus and trial programs we have on offer.

This event is complimentary for Year 10, 11 and 12 students and one parent.

 

EVENT SCHEDULE | 26 APRIL 2023

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9.00 am        

Registration

All registrants check in for the day

Society & Design Precinct 

Building 3 

9.30 am

Introduction to Built Environment at Bond 

Dr Amir Ghanbaripour, Assistant Professor of Project Management (Discipline Lead of Property, Planning and Project Management) & Dr Dane Miller, Associate Professor of Construction (Discipline Lead)

Building 3, Level 2, Room 26

Society & Design Precinct   

9.45am

Crash Course in Construction 

Do you have an eye for Construction? Let‚Äôs see if you can measure up! In this engaging exercise you will be shown a few photographs of some of the most impressive buildings in the world and learn their key structural components. You will then construct the highest possible (model) structure you can build using some materials provided for you on the day. ¬†This will test your teamwork, creativity, problem solving and collaborative communication ‚Äď all essential skills for a successful career in construction.¬†

Dr Alan Patching, Professor of Construction & Project Management 
Dr Nima Talebian, Assistant Professor in Construction

Building 3, Level 2, Room 26

Society & Design Precinct   

10.30am             

Project Management 101 

What is project management? Why should you study project management? What kind of job or career will you get beyond graduation? All your questions will be answered in this session.

Dr Tsunemi Watanabe, Professor of Project Management 
Dr Ashkan Memari, Senior Teaching Fellow of Project Management  

Building 3, Level 2, Room 26

Society & Design Precinct   

11.30am

Going once… Going twice… SOLD! 

In this Property activity, get ready to participate in a live mock auction! What’s your bidding strategy? 

Dr Lynne Armitage, Associate Professor in Property
David Logue, Senior Teaching Fellow in Property 

Building 3, Level 2, Room 26

Society & Design Precinct   

12.30pm                         

 

LUNCH

Campus Tour offered

Sustainable Development Precinct ‚Äď SD Patio
1.00pm

Learning by doing - Helping communities in the Solomon Islands

Ned Wales, Assistant Professor of Planning (Capstone Project Leader)

Building 3, Level 2, Room 26

Society & Design Precinct   

2:00pm

My Bond Experience: Student Experience

Hear from current Bondies about student life

Building 3, Level 2, Room 26

Society & Design Precinct   

2.30pm

Question & Answer Session

Ask questions about our Built Environment programs, applying to study at Bond and the process involved.

Dr Amir Ghanbaripour, Assistant Professor of Project Management (Discipline Lead of Property, Planning and Project Management) + David Logue, Senior Teaching Fellow in Property +   Ned Wales, Senior Teaching Fellow of Planning  
Dr Dane Miller, Associate Professor of Construction (Discipline Lead)
Scott Williamson, Domestic Regional Manager, Office of Future Students 
 

Building 3, Level 2, Room 26

Society & Design Precinct   

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