SEGRA is back on the 22–25 October 2018

SEGRA - Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia

SEGRA 2015 Networking & EVENTS Program

Networking/Event

Time

Details

Monday, 19 October 2015

Regional Collaborative Investment Summit

10:00am - 4:00pm

Foundation Room 2, Centre for Professional Development
(Building: 1285)
Charles Sturt University, Bathurst

Cost: $395


Faciltators:

Paul Niederer, Chair, CIM Australia

Presenter:

Robert Prestipino, Director, Vital Places Pty Ltd

 

Click HERE to view the program for the Regional Collaborative Investment Summit

Rural and Remote Regions Research Agenda

10:00am - 4:00pm

This session aims to bring to the table identified research needs and researchers and research organisations who have the capacity and capability to address those needs. To give a practical and need driven focus to this session we are going encourage participants from regional Australia who have identified issues that could require research based resolution to put forward potential critical research questions.

 

Foundation Room 1, Centre for Professional Development
(Building: 1285)
Charles Sturt University in Bathurst

Cost: $120


Facilitator:

Prof. Geoff Cockfield, Professor in Government & Economics, University of Southern Queensland

 

Small Group Facilitators:

A/Prof. Jeremy Buultjens, School of Business, Southern Cross University and SEGRA National Steering Committee

Dr. Jen Cleary, Chair, RDA Far North, Senior Research Fellow, University of South Australia and SEGRA National Steering Committee

A/Prof. Peter Waterman, Adjunct Associate Professor in Environmental Science, University of the Sunshine Coast and SEGRA National Steering Committee

Dr. Jay Rajapakse, Lecturer, Science and Engineering Faculty, Queensland University of Technology

Prof. Max Finlayson, Director, Institute for Land, Water & Society, Charles Sturt University

 

10:00am - 10:30am

Morning Tea and Welcome from Charles Sturt University

Bathurst Walking Tour - A Delightful Spot – 1815: The Bathurst Government Settlement Heritage Trail

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Launched this year as part of the town's bicentenary, the walking trail takes visitors through the early European government settlement of Bathurst from 1815 – 1840 starting at the Macquarie River and finishing on William Street.

The interpretative signs (along the trail) and permanent exhibition of images and maps at the Bathurst City Community Club (Corner of Durham and William Streets) tell the stories of Bathurst's beginnings.

The tour is free and will run from 4:30pm – 5:30pm on Monday, 19 October, allowing delegates enough time to travel to the Mayoral Cocktail Reception.

Meeting Point: Stanley Street at the Flagstaff between William St and George

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Mayoral Welcome Cocktail Reception
5:45pm - 7:15pm

Australian Fossil & Mineral Museum
224 Howick St, Bathurst NSW 2795

Delegates are invited. Colleagues and/or partners who are not attending the conference are welcome.


Host:

Cr. Gary Rush, Mayor, Bathurst Regional Council

Speaker:
Prof. Andrew Vann, Vice-Chancellor, Charles Sturt University

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Business Breakfast

7:00am

Charles Sturt University, Bathurst

Cost: $30


Speaker:

The Regional Context of SEGRA 2015
Prof. Geoff Cockfield, Professor in Government & Economics, University of Southern Queensland

Happy Hour
5:00pm
 
Networking Dinner
7:00pm

Charles Sturt University, Bathurst

Cost: $95

Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Business Breakfast

7:00am

Charles Sturt University, Bathurst

Cost: $30


Speaker:

The Hon. Julie Collins MP, Shadow Minister for Regional Development and Local Government

2016 Host Region Drinks
5:30pm
 
Conference Dinner & SEGRA Short Film Festival
7:00pm

Rydges Mount Panorama
1 Conrod Straight, Bathurst NSW 2795

Cost: $125

Thursday, 22 October 2015

Business Breakfast
7:30am

Charles Sturt University, Bathurst

Cost: $30