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PhD student Kelly McKinley wins Research Award to investigate public attitudes on GM foods

Congratulations to PhD student Kelly McKinley, Dept. of History, School of Humanities, who is the joint winner of the Australian Academy of Science 2018 Moran Research Award for the History of Science Research, for her research investigating the history of activism and public attitudes in Australia towards genetic modification science in agriculture and food production.

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Doctoral Education: Policy, Diversity and Experience

The seminar will explore the changes that have taken place in doctoral education over the last quarter of a century, and the implications of these developments for students, for supervisors, and for supervisor professional development. When: 9:30am – 12:00pm, 26 July 2017 Where: Level 7 Conference Room, Ingkarni Wardli Building

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Freedom on the Road: The Story of Caravans and Camper Vans in Australia

Presented by: Dr Pauline Payne School of Humanities, Department of History, University of Adelaide When: Saturday July 8 at 2:00pm Where: Ira Raymond Exhibition Room, Barr Smith Library (University of Adelaide, North Terrace, Adelaide) Entrance to Ira Raymond Room is just inside the entrance doors of the Barr Smith Library to the east of the foot bridge from the […]

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Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference

This year the Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference will be held at the University of Adelaide. When: Sunday 2 – Thursday 6 July 2017 Keynote speakers will be Professors Karen Bennett (Cornell), Paul Guyer (Brown), Nancy Sherman (Georgetown) and Barry Smith (London). Nancy Sherman will also deliver the 2017 Alan Saunders Lecture on the evening […]

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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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Congratulations to student Mara Blazic for two international screenwriting honours

Mara’s short screenplay ‘Free Invisible Dinosaurs!’ is an Official Finalist in the New York Screenplay Contest and is currently a Quarter-Finalist in the Slamdance screenplay competition. Congratulations Mara! Slamdance is a film festival held in Park City, Utah in January each year. This year they received more than 1,000 submissions from around the world for their Short Screenplay category. ‘Free […]

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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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Faculty of Arts Winners: 2016 Beacon Conference of Undergraduate Research

Congratulations to the Faculty of Arts winners at the 2016 Beacon Conference of Undergraduate Research: ‘Best Abstract’ Chris Lawless: for his research, ‘Governmentality, Labelling Theory and the conflict of identity and meaning in mental illness: an autoethnographic account of becoming and unbecoming bipolar’. ‘Best Oral Presentation by an Individual’ – two winners Tiana Blazevic: for her […]

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Chris Lawless: ‘Best Abstract’ 2016 Beacon Conference of Undergraduate Research

Congratulations to Chris Lawless for winning the Faculty of Arts, ‘Best Abstract’ prize at the 2016 Beacon Conference of Undergraduate Research: Bachelor of Arts student, Chris Lawless, is currently completing a double degree in Anthropology and Philosophy. Chris presented his abstract at the Conference on Thursday 18 August and won over the judging committee with […]

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Tiana Blazevic: Winner ‘Best Oral Presentation by an Individual’ 2016 Beacon Conference of Undergraduate Research

Congratulations to Tiana Blazevic for winning a Faculty of Arts, ‘Best Oral Presentation by an Individual’ prize at the 2016 Beacon Conference of Undergraduate Research: Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) student, Tiana Blazevic, is currently completing a double major in History and Classics. Tiana is passionate about understanding history, she is an active volunteer with University […]

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