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Emma Carson undertook the 2017-2018 Adelaide Summer Research Scheme (ASRS).

We sat down with Emma to learn why she applied for the scholarships and what opportunities have arisen from her project; Revisiting the Tate Museum: History of Science in Action.

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A scholarship from the Adelaide Summer Research Scheme (ASRS) provides endless opportunities which are empowering and rewarding, according to one of last year’s recipients, Jacob Whitelock.

We sat down with Jacob to learn why he applied for the scholarships and what opportunities have arisen from his project; Digital Duvivier: a Computational Analysis of Cahiers du Cinema and Positif Film Reviews.

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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. (more…)

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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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This month the Department of Asian Studies hosted a guest lecture focused on Japanese culture and etiquette for students enrolled in the Introduction to Asian Cultures undergraduate course. The course introduces students to key features of China, Japan and other Asian countries, with a focus on communication and negotiation strategies. Cultural differences, language, social interaction, management practices, government and diplomacy […]

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Elly Cleggett, a current Arts student studying a double degree of International Development and Environmental Policy and Management was accepted in to the Aurora Internship Program. She relocated from Adelaide to Sydney New South Wales (NSW) to join the Aboriginal Children, Family and Communities Care State Secretariat (AbSec), a not for profit Aboriginal organisation. AbSec […]

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