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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Study Tour to Singapore

Are you interested in a study tour of Singapore later this year? Come along to an information session and learn more. Wednesday 1 June. 4.10pm in Napier 108 OR Thursday 2 June. 11.10am in Napier LG 12 For more information check out the flyer. Study Tour to Singapore (Info Session 1 2016)

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Graduate Profile: Dorothea Hoffman

Then, rather suddenly, my life changed. I went to the University of Adelaide as an exchange student and took a class on Indigenous Languages of Australia. My preconceptions about linguistics transformed in a heartbeat when Rob Amery and Peter M¨uhlh¨ausler shared their fascination, passion, and rich knowledge of Aboriginal languages and sparked interests in practical issues of language […]

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Student Installation – Boundary Riders: Creative Critical Practice

For one day only in Hub Central, students from Creative Writing have done an installation of their responses to the question, How We Live. The students are from Creative Writing Course 3001 Boundary Riders: Creative Critical Practice. This course brings together theory and creative practice and asks students to analyse and discuss debates about subjectivity […]

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Apply now for Overseas Short Courses!

Applications are currently open for AIM Overseas’January 2017 intensive short courses overseas. Places are limited so APPLY NOW!!! These are academic short courses taught during the summer holidays by some of the world’s leading universities. They are designed to count for credit and meet the requirements for the $6470 OS-HELP loan. These programs make the most of their location, […]

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1 June: Overseas exchange Info Session

Are you an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts? Are you interested in going on exchange? Come to our information session to find out: Where you could travel What you could study What you could get credit for How to apply Hear how exchange can fit into your specific Faculty of Arts Study Plan. […]

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Geography, Environment & Population Student Achievements

The Department of Geography, Environment & Population wish to congratulate the following students on their recent achievements. Rachael Nielsen has been chosen to represent the University of Adelaide at the Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research. Rachael will be presenting the findings of a research project on cycling infrastructure that she completed while doing a Faculty of Arts internship […]

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25 May Research Colloquium: Multilingualism as the Primal Human Condition

The Department of Linguistics brings you the next Adelaide Linguistics Research Colloquium: Multilingualism as the Primal Human Condition – with special reference to Australia and New Guinea by Professor Nick Evans (ARC Laureate Fellow, Australian National University). Wednesday 25 May, 3.00pm, room 209, Napier building.  Further information

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Hanyu Qiao Finals: Student Wins

Congratulations to students, Corey Kirkham (first place), Giorgio Beames (runner up) and Natalia Omond (third place) for their fantastic results in the preliminary finals of the Hanyu Qiao Chinese Speaking Competition for university students. The Hanyu Qiao preliminary finals for high-school students will be held at Bonython Hall at the University of Adelaide, from 9.00am to […]

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The Death of Shakespeare

To mark Europe Day, Associate Professor Lucy Potter from the Department of English & Creative Writing partnered with the EU Centre for Global Affairs to bring us the Public Lecture, ‘The Death of Shakespeare‘. The lecture discussed the silence that followed after the news of Shakespeare’s death, and addressed questions such as “Why did the final exit […]

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Rebels in Sensible Shoes: Australian Homefront during the Vietnam War

Tuesday 17 May, 6-7pm, Lecture Theatre G04, Napier Building, University of Adelaide The Department of History invites you to this FREE historical Festival Event: In May 1965, long before the moratorium marches of the 1970s, a small group of Sydney women issued “a distress call”, urging women throughout Australia to band together to oppose the Menzies Government’s […]

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