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Canberra Region Networking + Evaluation Bingo (In-person 9 April 2024)

Canberra Region Networking + Evaluation Bingo (In-person 9 April 2024)

 Canberra Seminar

Date and time: Tuesday 9 April, 5.30pm - 7.00pm AEST
Event: Canberra Region Networking + Evaluation Bingo
Location: Badger & Co (next to the Health and Well-being Centre, Kambri Precint, ANU)
Facilitators: Emma, Kim and Ruth, AES Canberra Regional Committee
Register online by: Monday 8 April 2024

Event Description: 

The Canberra Regional Network Committee warmly invites ACT-based members and friends to our first session for 2024, an in-person networking event. This is a great opportunity to make new connections and learn a little more about those in our local evaluation community.

We encourage members to come with a colleague or friend (non-AES member), who may enjoy connecting with us and the AES in the lead-up to the AES conference in 2025. Or, if you don't yet know anyone and want to find out more about the local region of the AES, you will be very welcome! All those interested in coming along are asked to register to help us with the planning.

From 6pm, we will play some 'Evaluation Bingo'  to facilitate interactions and to keep the conversations flowing.

Nibbles will be provided, and drinks may be purchased at the bar (along with dinner if you are so inclined!).

This free event has been organised by the AES Canberra Regional Network. Our seminar series provides an opportunity for you to meet with AES members and others in the evaluation community and to share and learn from the experiences of fellow evaluators.

Event Information

Event Date 09 Apr 2024 5:30pm
Event End Date 09 Apr 2024 7:00pm
Cut Off Date 08 Apr 2024 12:00pm
Location Badger & Co
Categories Canberra

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