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Three Minute Thesis (3MT®)

It's time to start considering your application for 3 Minute Thesis!

3MT® is an academic competition which challenges Higher Degree by Research students to present a compelling oration on their thesis and its significance in just three minutes in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience. Applications open Monday 23 May.

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We take great pride in the excellence of our research and the fact that the learning we foster in the Faculty is directly shaped by the needs and of the professions and disciplines we serve.

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From our groundbreaking research to supporting the wider community, we are proud to work closely with government, industry and alumni.

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Art, freedom and drag invasions: the history of New York’s Fire Island as a gay sanctuary

Recently screened at the Sydney Film Festival, Fire Island is a rom-com inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, the film breaking traditional conventions to feature gay romance as the plot.



Grape growers are adapting to climate shifts early - and their knowledge can help other farmers

It’s commonly assumed Australia’s farmers and cities are divided over climate issues. This is not true. After all, farmers are on the front line and face the realities of our shifting climate on a daily basis.



If you’re renting, chances are your home is cold. With power prices soaring, here’s what you can do to keep warm

If you’re feeling the cold this winter, you’re not alone. About a quarter of all Australians have trouble keeping their homes warm enough in winter. That figure is likely to soar this year, due to poor quality housing and the rapidly escalating energy crisis.



Riverland bootcamp boosts agtech innovation

Innovative AgTech ideas will be at the forefront of a bootcamp in the heart of South Australia’s Riverland that brings together the best minds from local businesses, agriculture and schools. 



What Albanese needs to build a new industrial relations consensus

A few weeks before his election victory, Anthony Albanese made an important speech to the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He talked of “socially inclusive growth – the kind of growth that is only possible with economic reform that lifts productivity”.  


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Multi-agency intelligence sharing in the United Kingdom: A model for international reform?

In the last two decades commentators from the European Union (EU), North America and South Africa have lauded cooperation between law enforcement and intelligence agencies in the United Kingdom (UK).