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Ageing Well Revolution Conference

The University of Adelaide sponsored the Ageing Well Revolution Conference which was presented by the Economic Development Board on 22 – 23 November. The conference program was developed to inspire international, national and local businesses to engage with the Ageing Well sector, and encourage discussion about the role of social and business innovation in connecting consumers, […]

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How to be a better employee in less than 2 minutes!

There’s a lot of advice out there about landing your next job. But what if you already like the job you are in? Here are 3 tips to become an even better employee! Become a ‘YES- woman/man’. When you get the opportunity to learn a new skill, receive further training, or a new professional development […]

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Natalie Wade

Australian Young Lawyer of the Year strives for equal rights

At the age of 27, solicitor and University of Adelaide law graduate Natalie Wade (LLB 2012, B Com (Mgt) 2011) has been given the prestigious title of the Australian Young Lawyer of the Year. Presented by the Law Council, Natalie has been recognised for her advocacy for equality within the legal profession. Natalie is currently […]

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The risks and rewards of working in war zones

Life as a United Nations peacekeeper working in some of the world’s most volatile conflict zones can be tough, confronting and often dangerous. The role is a world away from Kym’s early life in the Riverland and student days at the University of Adelaide where she graduated with a Bachelors of Arts and Law with […]

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International law focus for Rowan’s Cambridge scholarship

As a double degree graduate (BA (Hons) 2007, LLB (Hons) 2008), Rowan Nicholson has been able to combine his interests in politics and law into the field of public international law and has been awarded a prestigious Cambridge scholarship to further his study in this area. Rowan was one of seven applicants out of a […]

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Ivy League school awaits John Monash Scholar

Ben Mylius has been awarded the 2013 Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) John Monash Scholarship in Water Studies and will use his scholarship to to study at an Ivy League school in the US. Graduating from the University of Adelaide in 2011 with a Bachelor of Law with 1st Class Honours and the University Medal, a Bachelor […]

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Professor Kym Anderson recruited to high profile boards

Professor Kym Anderson from the School of Economics has recently been made a member of a number of prestigious Economics groups and panels in Europe and the US.

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Billy’s Australian experience boosts his career in Zambia

Billy Malijani came to study at the University of Adelaide from his home country of Zambia. Upon returning from his studies in Australia, Billy was promoted to a new position within the Department of Industry. Now the Principal Economist, his main role is to monitor and evaluate implementation of Government policies, programs and strategies that impact […]

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Wine writer creates a fine career blend

As presenter, researcher and producer of New Zealand TV show Thirsty Work, Yvonne Lorkin travels the country highlighting the best of the NZ wine industry. A “fan of all things fermented”, Yvonne also shares her passion for wine off-screen: in her weekly wine column syndicated through nine newspapers, as wine editor for Dish magazine, host […]

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Law student crowned a scholarship winner in Denmark

A University of Adelaide Law student studying in Denmark has been awarded the prestigious Crown Princess Mary Scholarship for 2013. Sarah Hibbard is a double degree student in Science and Law at the University of Adelaide.  She completed her Bachelor of Science (Jurisprudence) with a major in Psychology and went on to achieve First Class […]

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