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International Jazz Trombone Competition Finalist – Tom Voss

Congratulations Tom! Finalist in the International Trombone Association 2017 Carl Fontana Jazz Trombone Competition. Tom was also recognised as the ‘Second Alternate’ in the ITA 2017 JJ Johnson Jazz Trombone Competition! Tom will travel to the University of Redlands for the competition finals. This is part of the four day International Trombone Festival June 28 – […]

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2017 Barr Smith Library Fellow – Dana Rehn

The Barr Smith Library and the Cowan Grant are pleased to announce that PhD Art History candidate Dana Rehn is the successful applicant for the 2017 Bill Cowan Barr Smith Library Fellowship from a strong field of candidates. For Dana’s application, she demonstrated how invaluable the Barr Smith Library collection is to her research. Dana’s thesis […]

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Grant awarded for research into the link between language revival and well-being

Professor Ghil’ad Zuckermann of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Adelaide, working with Professor Alex Brown of SAHMRI, has been awarded a five-year grant of more than $1.1 million. The NHMRC grant is for “examining the impact of language reclamation on social and emotional well being among the Barngarla”. This transdisciplinary project, administered […]

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School of Education Gains Accreditation for Five Years

The University of Adelaide’s reputation as a leading teacher education provider has been reinforced by the recent successful five-year accreditation of its teaching degrees. The Teachers Registration Board of South Australia has accredited the University of Adelaide School of Education’s current teacher education programs along with the inaugural Master of Teaching program from January 2017 […]

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‘Shakespeare at the Globe’ course awarded grant to assist students

Associate Professor Lucy Potter has been awarded $21,500 under the Australian Government’s Endeavour Mobility Grants scheme. The funds will assist students from disadvantaged backgrounds to attend performances of Shakespeare’s plays in London and Stratford-upon-Avon as part of Lucy’s ‘Shakespeare at the Globe’ course, a new addition to the Department’s offerings that will run for the […]

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Beacon Commendations for Student Learning

Congratulations to the following Faculty of Arts staff members for being awarded three of the nine university-wide individual/team Beacon Commendations for Enhancement and Innovation of Student Learning: Dr Benito Cao (Dept. of Politics and International Studies, School of Social Sciences): Using effective and innovative assessment and feedback practices Dr Thomas Wanner (Dept. of Anthropology and Development […]

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Adelaide Classics graduate appointed lecturer in Byzantine Studies at Macquarie University

Dr Meaghan McEvoy, who graduated in Classics at Adelaide University in 2002 with First Class Honours and a University Medal went to the University of Oxford on a John Crampton Travelling scholarship where she was awarded an MPhil in 2005 and a DPhil in 2010. After a period as a Junior Research Fellow at Corpus […]

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Emma Simmons Wins Prize in National Japanese Language Speech Contest

The Japan Foundation in Sydney hosted the 47th annual Japanese Language Speech Contest on Saturday, 8 October 2016. Students of Japanese from Australia and New Zealand could present a speech in Japanese on a subject of their choice. A winner from each state and territory and from New Zealand was selected and invited to compete […]

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Jane Sloane Wins Distinguished Alumni Award

The Distinguished Alumni Awards recognise alumni that have excelled in their fields and made a positive impact. At the recent Awards ceremony Jane Sloane was recognised for outstanding leadership and contribution in the field of Women’s Human Rights. Jane Sloane is a societal futurist whose current role is as director, women’s empowerment program with The Asia […]

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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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