Next stage is writing the papers but I think they need to relax a bit first. Meanwhile Dali our newest Honours student gave his introductory Honours talk. The pictures show Johanna and an Emperor penguin from her first visit to Casey and Mel and Sharon on King George Island last summer.
Melinda and Johanna submit their thesesWritten by Sharon Robinson
Last week Melinda Waterman and Johanna Turnbull finished writing their PhD theses and submitted them for examination. So a big congratulations to both of them for getting through by the deadline. Writing a book is never easy and that is effectively what they have done. Now we just need to wait and see what the examiners have to say, but in the meantime they are both catching up on sleep and hopefully enjoying having their lives back.
Senior Professor at University of Wollongong
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