Back by popular demand! HASS Horizons is a 1-day conference dedicated to HASS students reflecting on their university journey so far, evaluating opportunities, and building a plan to ensure you're get the most out of your time at UQ.

Recommended to students mid-way through their degree, get ready for a day of:

  • Inspiring industry speakers
  • Workshops designed to get to the core of who you are
  • Employability workshops to teach you how to showcase your skills to the world
  • Showcasing the wide variety of opportunities available at UQ


HASS Horizons

Date: Wednesday 3 April (mid-semester break)
Time: 10:00am-4:30pm
Location: ModWest (Building 11A), The University of Queensland, St Lucia, 4072

Overview of the day

1. Start your day with hearing from our fabulous Keynote, Elena Miceski
2. Choose 2 workshops from a broad range of sessions across the day: 
  • Setting Goals, Catching Dreams - Goal-setting, Purpose, & Action
  • Journey Mapping: Unveiling Your Story - Self-reflection, Personal-Growth, & Career Exploration
  • Curating your Environment - Strengths, Values, & Workplace Alignment
  • Skill-Set Witchcraft - Skill-reflection, LinkedIn, & Employability
  • Brainstorming Your Possible Futures - Design Thinking & Career Trajectory
  • Resume Renovation - Intro to Resumes, Resume Structure, & Articulating Experience
3. Dive into a free lunch!
4. Join our Co-Curricular Café with 10 + program leaders from all corners of UQ: Employability, Global Exchange, Research, and more. Explore the avenues available for you to increase your skill-set and diversify your experiences during your remaining time at uni.
5. Have those burning questions about what you can do with your HASS degree? Finish the day with a live Q&A with our incredible industry panel:
  • Lucy Rayner-Toy, Bachelor of Business Management (Marketing) and Arts (Psychology, Drama, Film/TV)
  • Toby Bendall, Bachelor of Arts (Sociology), Master of Environment and Master of International Relations 
  • Anthony Phung, Bachelor of Arts (English, Sociology), Graduate Diploma (Secondary Education)
  • Despina Kalatzis, Bachelor of Arts (English Literature, Writing), Master of Writing, Editing and Publishing










About HASS Career Seminar Series

The HASS Career Seminar Series invites HASS industry and alumni to participate in online panel discussions where students have the opportunity to ask questions and learn how the panel used their HASS degrees and skills to help them transition into careers after graduation.

Find career resources here


ModWest (11A), St Lucia Campus