Monthly Archives: August 2015
Daffodil Day 2015
Daffodil Day is one of Australia’s most popular fundraising events organised by Australian Cancer Council.
This year, the Daffodil day is observed on Friday 28 August. It is to raise funds for those who are fighting cancer. The daffodil represents a cancer-free future.
You can also show your support to the cause by wearing Daffodil day pin […]
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Governor’s International Student Awards 2015
The International Student Awards are presented for outstanding achievement by international students. They are endorsed by His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AO, Governor of South Australia and are a Study Adelaide initiative. Following the application and assessment process, His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AO, Governor of South Australia will present the awards to […]
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Kidney Health research Walk 2015
Student Volunteers wanted! Do you want to help raise awareness for kidney health? This walk is for you, then!!
Come by yourself, invite your family and friends to come along.
Kidney Health Australia’s Big Red Kidney Walk is designed to help raise awareness and funds for kidney disease across Australia. It is an event that brings the […]
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Words on Wheels
Do you like traveling to Australian Outbacks? Check this out! Hard to believe but spring is just around the corner as well as your September/October break. Only one month of winter to go !!!
As a part of celebrating the academic year 2015, Words on Wheels are planning a trip to Flinders Ranges and Outback!!
With the […]
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Indopendence Day 2015
The University’s Indonesian Student Association welcomes all students to celebrate the 70th Indonesian Independence day.
Indopendence Day 2015 will be held at the Goodwood Community Center on Sunday 23rd August between 9:30 am and 3 pm. The event includes best performances of Indonesian dance and music; and delicious Indonesian Traditional food.
Please refer to the event flyer […]
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Rail Safety Week
“Rail Safety is everybody’s responsibility!”
The Rail Safety Week (RSW) is an Australasian Railway Association (ARA)initiative that has been running since 2006. This year it is observed on this week August 10-16 throughout Australia. RSW aims to provide education and awareness around raliway level crossing and track safety.
In South Australia, the Public Transport Safety branch will […]
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Walk a mile in my Boots
Walk a mile in my Boots is Hutt St Centre’s official National Homelessness Prevention Week event, with the Adelaide event in its seventh year and the largest of its type in Australia.
Walk a mile in my boots will give you an insight into what people who are vulnerable and experiencing homelessness face each cold winter […]
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Campus Solutions Service Outage notice
This is to alert users of Campus Solutions to an upcoming outage for the go-live of the HR System Upgrade and annual patching of the Campus Solutions and Finance systems.
The outage is in the third week of August – from 6pm Thursday August 13 2015, with services back on-line Monday 17th August 2015.
There will be […]
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Survey on Singapore and Malaysian students’ attitude towards Mental health issue
One of our research student, Angeline KEUK is conducting Phase 2 of her research project on students’ attitude towards Mental Health issues. Please assist in her research by completing the online survey for Singaporean and Malaysian university students’ attitudes towards mental health, illness and seeking help for mental health issues. The survey is anonymous and […]
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