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Graduate Profile: Liz Allan

After completing a Bachelor Degree in Creative Writing at Flinders University in 2008, Liz spent several years working in human resources while continuing to develop her fiction in her free time. Over the course of her ‘corporate years,’ Liz wrote two novels, both of which were practice runs, destined for the bottom drawer. The third […]

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Thur 6 Oct MOOC Language Revival: Securing the Future of Endangered Languages

A free SELF-PACED MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) Language Revival: Securing the Future of Endangered Languages will begin on 6 October 2016 All welcome to join: https://www.edx.org/course/language-revival-securing-future-adelaidex-lang101x-0 Find out more on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Revivalistics Learn how the world’s endangered languages are revived and why this process is critical to preserving cultural identity. About this free online course: Language […]

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Fri 7 Oct English & Creative Writing Research Seminar: Matthew Hooton & Alison Coppe

The Deaprtment of English and Creative Writing invite you to the next research seminar: Friday 7 October 3.00pm Napier 618 ALL WELCOME Matthew Hooton, ‘Archaic Ecstasy as Narrative: Korean Shamans and “Comfort Women.”’ Alison Coppe, ‘About the Author: experiments in exegetical writing’ Event Poster Further information: philip.butterss@adelaide.edu.au

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Tue 11 Oct: Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

The theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness week (10-14 October), is ‘Value Your Mind—Thrive Through Connection!’ To help you connect with your fellow students, the Faculty of Arts will host the ‘Mad Hatter’s Tea Party’, a fun-filled afternoon of games and activities on Tuesday 11 October 2.00pm-4.00pm on the Walter Young Lawns, just outside […]

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11 Oct Research Colloquium: International Best Practice in the Teaching of Lyric Diction to Undergraduate Classical Singers

The Department of Linguistics brings you the next Adelaide Linguistics Research Colloquium: International Best Practice in the Teaching of Lyric Diction to Undergraduate Classical Singers by Penelope Cashman (Adelaide): Tuesday 11 October, 3:10pm, Room LG18, Napier Building. Further information

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2016 Australian Award for University Teaching Citation: Natalie Edwards

Congratulations to Dr Natalie Edwards for being awarded a 2016 Australian Award for University Teaching Citation. Natalie received the Citation for the development of new curriculum built around an e-learning environment which has significantly increased student success and retention in first-year French. In 2015 Natalie won a Faculty of Arts Teaching Excellence Prize and the […]

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Wed 28 Sep: English & Creative Writing Seminar “Randolph Stow’s Adelaide”

The Department of English and Creative Writing present: Suzanne Falkiner, ‘Randolph Stow’s Adelaide’ Wednesday 28 September at 6pm, State Library of South Australia, Hetzel Lecture Theatre, Institute Building, North Terrace FREE ADMISSION – REGISTER Randolph Stow was one of the great Australian novelists of his generation. He won the Miles Franklin award in 1958 for his […]

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4 Oct Research Colloquium: The Power of Language, and Buddhism

The Department of Linguistics brings you the next Adelaide Linguistics Research Colloquium: The Power of Language, and Buddhism by Professor SHAO Youxue (Zhejiang University of Media and Communications). Tuesday 4 October, 3:10pm, Room LG18, Napier Building. Further information

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Fri 23 Sep: School of Education Research Seminar Series 2016

You are cordially invited to the September 2016 School of Education Research Seminar. We are excited to have our Visiting Researcher Dr Maria Asaco (Complutense University of Madrid), Hedley Reberger (Manager Ask Adelaide & Hub Services) and Dr Edward Palmer (Senior Lecture School of Education) present: Colour as a tool for innovative learning process: a […]

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Nominate Now! Student-led Teaching Awards

The Adelaide University Union have launched the Student-led Teaching Awards The Awards give the students an opportunity to nominate lecturers, tutors and professional support staff from each Faculty. Nominate online before Monday 10 October.

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