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PhD Research – Soccer’s key role in helping migrants to adjust

Congratulations to Geography, Environment and Population PhD graduate Justin Civitillo, who researched the important role that soccer has played in helping migrants to adjust to their new lives in Australia. For the first time, Justin has been able to show a direct correlation between the sport and the integration of migrants into Australian society. Justin […]

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Apply now for Postgraduate Research Scholarships

You are invited to apply for the major round of postgraduate research scholarships. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be rewarded for your achievements and gain extra support in your research. Applicants will be considered for every scholarship that you are eligible for within the major round. This includes APA’s, Divisional Scholarships valued at […]

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Get involved in HUMSS Faculty Research

Excellent research is conducted by our Faculty on a daily basis. This is your chance to get involved in a project which aims to investigate the social context in which people make career choices, how this interacts with their ongoing construction of gendered identities, and the role that information technologies play in this process. The […]

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Three-Minute-Thesis Presentation by HUMSS Candidate, Thursday 24 July

You are invited to a Three-Minute-Thesis presentation by Christopher Letheby who will be representing HUMSS at the University 3MT Final later in the year. Chris’s presentation to HUMSS will take place at 2.00pm tomorrow (Thurs 24th July) in Napier 102. Come along and support your HUMSS representative – no need to RSVP. For further information, […]

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Great Australian Bight Supplementary Scholarship

Top-ups for Australian Postgraduate Award or University Divisional (PhD) scholarships are available in 2014/15 for the following areas within the GAB Research Program: Seasonal variation in primary productivity and food web dynamics in a coastal upwelling system: the eastern Great Australian Bight. Deepwater pelagic ecology revealed through acoustic and optical sensing. Systematics, phylogentics and biogeography […]

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Professor Graeme Hugo awarded the Australia-International Medal of the IAG

Congratulations to Professor Graeme Hugo who has received the Australia-International Medal of the Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG).  Professor Hugo received this award in recognition of his outstanding contribution, as an Australian geographer, to the advancement of Geography world-wide.  The award will be present to him on 30th June 2014. Professor Hugo’s Biography: Graeme HUGO […]

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Apply now for Mid-year Postgraduate Research Scholarships

You are invited to apply for the mid-year round of postgraduate research scholarships.  Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be rewarded for your achievements and gain extra support in your research. Applicants will be considered for every scholarship that they are eligible for within the mid-year round. This includes Divisional Scholarships valued at $25,392 […]

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PhD Students – Can you sell your thesis in 3 minutes?

The 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition is back! The 3MT challenges Higher Degree by Research students to explain their research project to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes. Furthermore, only one PowerPoint slide is permitted with no props or electronic media allowed. The University of Adelaide winner will receive a $2,000 grant to be […]

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EU and Australia in the World: Creating Change, Driving Progress – Public Lecture 9 April 2014

On Wednesday 9 April, the Institute for International Trade with the Hawke Research Institute will co-host a Public Lecture by H.E. Mr Sem Fabrizi, EU Ambassador to Australia and New Zealand. The lecture is titled “EU and Australia in the World: Creating Change, Driving Progress.” The relationship between the EU & Australia is both dynamic […]

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Managing Conflict in the Developing World – Essays from the 2013 class

Conflicts between people are common – societies without difference, were they to exist, would be dull, lifeless and stagnant.  However, sadly, conflict can often lead to violence and to the wider horrors of war. The great wars and genocides of history echo in our shared human conscience with the shame in what our humanity – […]

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