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Alice Netting applied for the 2017-2018 Adelaide Summer Research Scholarship Scheme (ASRS) to further develop her skills in many areas. We sat down with Alice to hear about her experience.

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Alice Netting recommends students who are considering going for the next round of ASRS to ‘go for it’.

Tell us about one highlight you experienced during the ASRS project.

A highlight I experienced during the ASRS project was the opportunity to work directly with an expert in the area of my interest, towards a wider project. I was given lots of opportunities to learn more about my topic of interest and understand better the importance of what I was working on, rather than just my specific tasks.


What skills has the project helped you to develop or expand?

The project has helped me to develop my skills in many areas, but particularly the ability to translate sources from Chinese and to analyse this critically. These are skills that I am able to use directly throughout my honours project this year.

What outputs have resulted from your project?

The work I did throughout the project in translating a number of Chinese language sources has gone on to contribute to both my supervisor’s research and my own honours thesis this year. In particular, I have been given the opportunity to present on it during a panel at the Asian Studies Association of Australia Conference in Sydney in July this year.

What would you say to other students who may be considering applying for the next round of ASRS?

I’d tell them to go for it. I would also recommend speaking to the academic/researcher/staff member responsible for the project you are interested in as you start applying, if you can, to get to know more about the project and what it will involve. Even if you aren’t awarded the scholarship, it is really helpful to let the experts in your area know that you are interested in their research. This might give you the chance to help if any other opportunities come up later in your degree.

To apply for the next 2018-2019 ASRS, find out more here.

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This year’s Graeme Hugo Memorial lecture will be presented by Professor Chris Leishman,

Title: Does migration drive up house prices?

Date: Saturday 14 July 2018

Time: 1.00pm

Venue: SAHMRI, AMHS – Adelaide Medical & Health Science Building, G030 (ground floor).

This free lecture is included in the Adelaide Festival of Ideas 2018 with no registration required so please arrive early to ensure you get a seat. For more information, please click here.

 

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Elder Conservatorium of Music is hosting a series of Performance Sessions to provide a taste of each area of classical and jazz performance.

Each session will include a Master Class, Q & A and an Open Rehearsal, giving students the opportunity to experience what it would be like as a music student at The Elder Conservatorium within the University of Adelaide. These sessions are held in small groups, with limited spots available.

Please see below the applicable event timetable and registration instructions. Registrations required.

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Ellen Schulz was a New Colombo Plan Scholar in 2018, and studied at the University of Colombo in Sri Lanka towards her Bachelor of Arts. “The New Colombo Plan has given me the opportunity to spend a year of my life seeking adventure in interesting places while also gaining career-relevant experience, building useful life skills […]

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Study and intern in Indonesia – Summer 2019 $3,000 New Colombo Plan mobility grants are available to undergraduate students from The University of Adelaide wishing to spend Summer 2019 studying in Indonesia on ACICIS Study Indonesia’s Creative Arts and Design Professional Practicum (CADPP). ACICIS’ Creative Arts and Design Professional Practicum (CADPP) provides students a unique […]

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Associate Professor Melissa Nursey-Bray (Geography, Environment and Population), Convener of the Adaptation, Community and Environment Research Group invites you to its official launch. ACE researchers build partnerships with community groups to give them voice in the research process, builds cross community research and aligns research collaborations with community priorities for greater impact. We also involve […]

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What have the French ever done for us? 2018 marks the centenary of the appointment of John Crampton as the first Lecturer in French at the University of Adelaide. To commemorate this milestone, the Department of French Studies has organised a series of free public events on the general theme: “What have the French ever […]

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Monday 9th April, 10am Adelaide Convention Centre   April 2018 is going to be an exciting month for all geospatial students, staff and industry professionals as Asia-Pacific’s most premier conferences, GeoSmart Asia and Locate 18, come together in Adelaide from 9-11 April, 2018. With the theme ‘The Art, Science and Business of Geospatial’, this three […]

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