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In early May, the Department of Asian Studies invited a guest speaker from Adelaide-based international lean consulting firm, Shinka Management, as part of the Introduction to Asian Cultures undergraduate course.
In Nicolas Cage’s latest film, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, Cage plays a character called … Nick Cage. This meta-commentary on fame and celebrity, wrapped around a thriller plot, is full of Cage-inspired “Easter eggs” and knowing nods to the audience.
Grace and Frankie is the longest running series on Netflix – and a show for women who don’t see themselves on television
When the final 12 episodes of Grace and Frankie were released, the show became the longest running television series on Netflix.
We are excited to announce the launch of the Institute for Sustainability, Energy and Resources (ISER) as a University Research Institute. ISER replaces the Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources (IMER), building on its legacy, while deepening and broadening its considerable success and engagement with key sectors in Australia.
It is with great sadness that we report the passing of our friend and former colleague, Hughes Professor of Philosophy Emeritus Graham Nerlich.
We’ve got a FREE double pass to In Pieces to giveaway! In Pieces is a new musical by Joey Contreras and this is the Australian premiere production presented by the Elder Conservatorium Music Theatre graduating class.
The Future of Employment and Skills Research Centre (FES) at the University of Adelaide has recently completed qualitative research exploring NDIS plan utilisation and the factors which support and hinder the use of NDIS funds.
A new report released 4 November, undertaken by University of Adelaide researcher Dr Megan Mokos and others from the University of Sydney and University of Tasmania examines the sustainability of Indigenous housing in regional and remote Australia.
It’s hard to believe we’re nearing the end of the year already; a busy time for most and a particularly busy time in the research grants calendar with a number of application deadlines on the horizon.
Forty years ago, in a tiny community called Balgo on the fringe of the Kimberley and the Great Sandy Desert in Western Australia, one of Australia’s brightest art movements was born.