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The John Lewis Medal for Excellence in Doctoral Research in Geography is awarded to a student who has made a significant theoretical or empirical contribution to geography through the completion of a PhD.
Sarah Wheeler, Professor of Water Economics with the School of Economics and Public Policy, has been awarded the Jill Hudson Award for Environment Protection in the 2023 South Australia’s Environment Awards.
Congratulations to the winners of the John Creswell Scholarship in the School of Economics and Public Policy.
The Department of Asian Studies recently hosted a guest lecture on Japanese Business Culture and Etiquette, as part of the Introduction to Asian Cultures course.
Congratulations to The Centre for Global Food and Resources researchers who have attended and presented research at the 67th Australasian Agricultural Resource Economics Society Annual Conference in Christchurch, NZ.
The School of Economics and Public Policy takes great pleasure in congratulating Professor Kym Anderson who has won the 2022 Crawford Fund Medal.
As part of supporting and acknowledging excellence in teaching practice and leadership, the University of Adelaide is a member of Advance HE.
The University of Adelaide has entered into a partnership arrangement with THE Campus+ which provides a platform for academic and professional staff to disseminate insights and advice on key areas of higher education.
The University of Adelaide has partnered with Apple to be the only Australian university incorporating learning technologies throughout its teaching degrees.
In 2023 the Adelaide Law School celebrates 140 years of legal education. It’s a moment to look back on all that has been achieved across the span of three centuries, but also to look forward at what is to come. To commemorate this moment in time, we’ve invited Adelaide Law School staff to share some of the history we are making in our 140th year.