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Monthly Archives: August 2012

Nominations now open for the Channel 9 Young Achievers Awards

Nominations are now being sought for young South Australians up to 28 years of age to nominate for the 2012/2013 Channel 9 Young Achiever Awards.  The Channel 9 Young Achievers Awards recognise, encourage and reward the positive achievements of young South Australians.  The winner of each of the ten award categories will be presented with […]

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How China Will Change the World – lecture by Martin Jacques, Wed 19 Sept

The School of Social Sciences, the Centre for Asian Studies and the Australian Institute of International Affairs present Martin Jacques: How China Will Change the World Martin poses the question of how the rise of China will restructure the international order of our current global community. Download the PDF flyer to find out more. Date: […]

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The ‘New Rich': China’s Growing Middle Class & Chinese Business Migrants – Thurs 27 Sept

The Confucius Institute’s China Briefings provide up to date knowledge of the most recent developments in China’s political, economic and cultural spheres that are of the most concern to the Australian public. This program brings top experts in the field to South Australian audiences to present speeches, talks or forums, free to the public. Next […]

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Strengthening Australian Democracy – public lecture by Premier Jay Weatherill, Tues 16 October 2012

Australian Fabians (SA) and University of Adelaide School of History and Poltics present Premier Jay Weatherill: Strengthening Australian Democracy: Political Discourse and Engagement Date:  Tuesday 16 October  Time: 6.00pm Location: Mezzanine, Level 5, Hub Central This is a free event, however registration is necessary.  RSVP: or SMS your name to 0400 253 752 Download […]

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HDR Master Class: Undertaking Qualitative Field Work: Opportunities and Challenges, Thursday 13 September

All Higher Degree by Research Students are invited to attend a master class hosted by the Centre for Housing, Urban and Regional Planning (CHURP). Date: Thursday 13 September 2012 Time:  10.30am – 12.00 noon Venue:  Room 529, Ligertwood Building RSVP to For further information, contact CHURP on 8313 3304 or email Download Masterclass […]

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Aurora Native Title Internship Program

Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management graduate, Emily Flynn, undertook an Aurora Native Title Internship in her final year of studies. The Program introduces students and graduates of anthropology and other social sciences to career opportunities in native title, policy development, social justice and Indigenous affairs. “The experience was great exposure and granted me the […]

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Apply for a Summer Research Scholarship

Are you interested in conducting challenging research alongside leading academics? Discover your potential at a University known for research excellence. The purpose of the scholarships is to give students a taste of postgraduate study at the University of Adelaide, whilst providing valuable experience for those leaning towards a career in research. Each scholarship provides a […]

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Calling all aspiring poets! Entries for the Bundey Prize are now open!

The Bundey Prize for English Verse A prize of $200 is offered for the best poem or group of poems.  The competition is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students of the University of Adelaide, provided that they are enrolled as at 1 September, 2012. How to enter: Submit a typed copy of your entry, accompanied […]

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Open Day Creative Writing Competition attracts over 80 entries

Over 80 entries have been received from high school students all over the country for the Faculty’s Open Day Creative Writing Competition. The winner of the competition will receive a Kindle eReader, plus take part in a workshop with an accredited Creative Writing academic.  The runner-up will receive a $100 Dymock’s book voucher and take […]

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