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SA economic recovery to continue but reopening no guarantee of economic windfall
South Australia’s economic recovery is expected to continue well into the new year. Recent strong growth in business investment, a backlog of construction work, and reopening of borders will support the ongoing recovery. But the economic benefits of reopening will be diminished to the extent that it leads to fresh COVID outbreaks and voluntary social distancing.
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5 Questions with New Colombo Plan Scholar, Max Douglass
The New Colombo Plan scholarship prize, announced on Monday by the Australian Government, enables Australian scholars to live, study and work in the Indo-Pacific region for up to 12 months.
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Education can mitigate COVID-19 employment shocks
More support for education and training of young people is the key to offsetting the employment shocks of pandemics like COVID-19, according to the University of Adelaide’s SA Centre for Economic Studies (SACES)
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The history of one of the most influential schools of Western Desert painting
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.
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Business tool reduces risk of implementing AI tech
Companies exploring artificial intelligence (AI) to adapt their business operations now have a risk management tool to help them manage new potential workplace health and safety (WHS) risks when introducing and using the technology.
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Faculty wins Vice-Chancellor's Cup
Congratulations to Oliver Ducros, Charley Kennedy-Dinan, Gillian Hagenus and Cameron Green for winning the 2021 Vice-Chancellor's Cup on Friday 17 September.
School of Education awarded Apple Distinguished School Status for 2021-2024
The School of Education has been awarded Apple Distinguished School (ADS) status for 2021-2024.
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Economics and Law student Mahya uses skills to advocate for Women
Mahya Panahkhahi is a third-year student completing a Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) as well as a Bachelor of Laws. She has spent one day per week over the past 9 months volunteering at the Working Women’s Centre SA.
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VR students impress with creative work
Students with a passion for future technologies – especially those who want to develop and create them – can now combine their artistic and technical skills in a cutting edge Virtual Reality Design and Development course offered by the University of Adelaide.