The GESSS-Q 2019 Bake your PhD is open to all students.

 
Out of this World by Rachel Kirby #ANURSES  #bakeyourPhD  on Instagram

Out of this World by Rachel Kirby #ANURSES #bakeyourPhD on Instagram

ANU RSES Bake your PhD

“Bake Your PhD started at the ANU Research School of Earth Sciences (RSES) in 2015, as part of our annual Research Student Conference.”

ANU RSES  #bakeyourPhD  on Instagram

ANU RSES #bakeyourPhD on Instagram

Inspiration

Check out #bakeyourPhD on the ANU RSES Twitter and Instagram

Search the hashtags #bakeyourPhD and #geobakeoff for inspiration!

Sarah Andrew’s entry in the ACU  #bakeyourphd   #rsesstucon18   “I study phytoplankton physiology and growth in the Southern Ocean. Figure adapted from Petrou et al 2016.”

Sarah Andrew’s entry in the ACU #bakeyourphd #rsesstucon18 “I study phytoplankton physiology and growth in the Southern Ocean. Figure adapted from Petrou et al 2016.”

Tips for success

  • Think about the overarching concepts and ideas in your research, can you make an analogy of them with food?

  • All food is accepted; cakes, biscuits, pies, breads, savoury or sweet, etc.

 

Guidelines:

  • Baking can be sweet or savoury.

  • Honors and Masters students are welcome.

  • The cakes will be judged on three criteria; how the cake represents the research, the overall presentation and, most importantly, how it tastes.

  • Baking must be accompanied by a title and a brief outline (e.g., brief statement, abstract, diagram) of how the baking represents the research.

  • Baking must be accompanied by a list of ingredients highlighting any potential allergens.