Monthly Archives: November 2014
The Faculty of ECMS held a special thank you lunch today in the Hub Mezzanine, recognising the valuable contribution of our dedicated volunteer student ambassadors in 2014. Launched earlier this year, the University Experience Ambassador Program is a formal volunteer program recognising the contribution students make to the faculty and university as a whole. As […]
“What a great day, very well worth the visit. All the students were very friendly and able to answer our varied questions, great with the young kiddies. Mum learnt a lot too.” ————– “That was a great day at the Convention Centre…they were a great group of students and I would think that this is […]
The ECMS Faculty Office (level 1 Ingkarni Wardli) will be closed from 12pm Wednesday 24 December 2014, reopening 9am Monday 5 January 2015.
Mathematical sciences student, Lydia Braunack-Mayer, has been named as one of two University of Adelaide student winners of the 2015 John Monash Scholarship – one of Australia’s most prestigious scholarships. The scholarship provides recipients with financial assistance of $60,000 a year, plus international flights, to undertake postgraduate studies at leading universities around the world. Completing […]
The Ideas360 Competition from Shell is open for student applications. This global competition connects students to develop ideas that tackle the pressures on the world’s food, water and energy resources. It’s an exciting journey of learning and discovery! Find out more: https://careerhub.adelaide.edu.au/students/news/detail/506
SAGE Automation – Australia’s leading provider of industrial automation and control services – is seeking one or two students for unpaid work placement opportunities over a 12-20 week period starting January/February (or ASAP). This opportunity is suited to students from computer science, software engineering and electrical engineering disciplines. The successful applicant/s will possess the following […]
Are you passionate about innovation? Do you have ground-breaking ideas for the aviation industry? Do you want to pitch your ideas to a global aerospace leader? Here is your chance! Airbus challenges students worldwide to innovate for the future of aviation. Airbus is constantly looking for new, better ways to fly and that’s what our UNESCO-backed […]
Multicultural Youth South Australia (MYSA) – a non-profit organisation dedicated to assisting young people from migrant and non-English speaking backgrounds in adjusting to life in the Australian community – is currently seeking expressions of interest from students interested in volunteer tutoring. Homework Club – a MYSA initiative – has a shortage of volunteers proficient in […]
Inaugural Lecture Presented By Professor Peter Ashman: ‘Towards Sustainable Transport Fuels – Exporting The Scorching Australian Sun’
Professor Peter Ashman, School of Chemical Engineering, will present the final Inaugural Lecture of the series on Tuesday 25 November. His lecture is titled Towards Sustainable Transport Fuels – Exporting The Scorching Australian Sun. There is global demand for affordable and sustainable energy to meet the challenges of dwindling fossil fuel reserves and increasing levels […]
TONIGHT: Inaugural Luxton Memorial Lecture: Australia’s Energy Future – Technology Leader or Follower?
The University of Adelaide’s School of Mechanical Engineering and the Centre for Energy Technology present the Inaugural Luxton Memorial Lecture, in honour of Professor Russell Escourt ‘Sam’ Luxton (1933 – 2013): Australia’s Energy Future – Technology Leader or Follower? Professor Luxton was a truly remarkable person, who made significant contributions to the national energy direction […]