Skip to content
  • Home / Monthly Archives: April 2015

Monthly Archives: April 2015

“Future You” Careers Series

You are invited to attend an exciting new careers series, Future You.  Sponsored by the Faculty of Professions, this series is open to all students and will help you get the career advantage and meet and mingle with exciting business leaders! Sat 2 May | Who do you want to BE? Napier 102, 9.00am – […]

Posted in Careers, Events, News | Tagged |

Comments Off on “Future You” Careers Series

Internship Program at the Joint Inspection Unit (JIU) of the United Nations System (Geneva, Switzerland)

The Joint Inspection Unit (JIU), the only independent external oversight body of the United Nations system mandated to conduct evaluations, inspections and investigations system-wide, is currently accepting applications for Research internships with the Unit from candidates who can intern for 4-6 months from mid-July or early August 2015 onwards. Candidates interested in starting an internship […]

Posted in Careers, News | Tagged |

Comments Off on Internship Program at the Joint Inspection Unit (JIU) of the United Nations System (Geneva, Switzerland)

Confucius Institute events this week

The Confucius Institute is delighted to invite you to three fantastic events this week: Public Lecture: The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank This lecture is hosted by Flinders University, Australia China Young Professional Initiative (ACYPI) and Young Australians in International Affairs (YAIIA), with the support of the Confucius Institute. The discussion will focus on China’s infrastructure-based diplomacy, […]

Posted in News | Tagged |

Comments Off on Confucius Institute events this week

The Anzac Centenary

By Professor Warren Bebbington Vice Chancellor and President Blog – http://blogs.adelaide.edu.au/vco/ On Saturday, we commemorate the passing of 100 years since the ill-fated landing of Australian and New Zealand troops at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915. Their hope had been to charge across Turkey, take Constantinople and thus defeat the Ottoman Empire, ally of Germany, […]

Posted in Events, News | Tagged |

Comments Off on The Anzac Centenary

National Shakespeare Day

To be, or not to be, that is the question! In the spirit of National Shakespeare Day, Dr Lucy Potter has rewritten the opening phrase of a soliloquy in the “Nunnery Scene” of William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet, and she’s keen to see if you can do any better! The original phrase: To be, or not […]

Posted in Events, News | Tagged |

Comments Off on National Shakespeare Day

Free tickets to preview screening of ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’

Pinnacle Films are releasing the stunning film Clouds of Sils Maria, in cinemas on 7 May, starring Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart and Chloe Gracemoretz. The film is a passion project for director Olivier Assayas, being shot on 35MM film rather than the modern digital format. Clouds of Sils Maria is also The House of Chanel’s […]

Posted in Events, News | Tagged |

Comments Off on Free tickets to preview screening of ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’

Young Australians in International Affairs Future Leaders Series

The Future Leaders Series is “Young Australians in International Affairs” new program designed to engage Australia’s future leaders in the critical issues affecting Australia, the Indo Asia-Pacific region and the international system, and equip them with the knowledge, skills and networks to respond to these challenges and shape future policy decisions. The Future Leaders Series […]

Posted in Events, News | Tagged |

Comments Off on Young Australians in International Affairs Future Leaders Series

Position Available at Projects Abroad

Projects Abroad currently have a vacancy for a full-time “Programme Advisor and Marketing Officer”. Projects Abroad arranges volunteer and internship placements in 28 developing countries. With a global staff of 500 we support over 1000 settings including schools, children’s homes, human rights projects, conservation work and healthcare placements. The Australian office, based in Adelaide, is […]

Posted in News | Tagged |

Comments Off on Position Available at Projects Abroad

English and Creative Writing Research Seminars: Semester 2

3.pm, Napier 618 Date Seminar 31 July Peter Poiana, ‘Beginnings: From Literary Incipits to the Anxiety of Origins’ 14 August Miguel Syjuco, ‘From how to why: the evolving questions of the writing life’ 28 August Phil Butterss, ‘The Tennysons in literary Adelaide’ Mandy Treagus, ‘White Men, White Knowledge: Louis Becke and the Literary Mapping of the Pacific’ […]

Posted in Events | Tagged |

Comments Off on English and Creative Writing Research Seminars: Semester 2

Awards and Prizes: Department of English and Creative Writing

Staff in the Department of English and Creative Writing have received a number of awards and prizes. Teaching Awards The Stephen Cole the Elder Prizes for Excellence in Teaching Winners of The Stephen Cole the Elder Prizes for Excellence in Teaching have included: Associate Professor Tom Burton (1993) Dr Susan Hosking (1994) Dr Heather Kerr […]

Posted in Awards & Achievements | Tagged |

Comments Off on Awards and Prizes: Department of English and Creative Writing
Faculty of Arts
Address

Ground Floor, Napier Building THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE SA 5005 AUSTRALIA

Contact
Phone: +61 8 8313 5245