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Audio visual room controller refresh

Audio Visual (AV) room controllers in many high utilisation common teaching areas across the University’s three Adelaide campuses (North Terrace, Waite, and Roseworthy) have reached ‘end of life’. This means the chances the equipment will fail increases. The University has taken the opportunity over the summer break to install the new interfaces, to minimise the impacts on teaching activities.

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Need help with your enrolment?

The Student Success Teams are working with Ask Adelaide to provide in-person enrolment support via an Enrolment Hub.

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New research in partnership with the Victorian Electoral Commission

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In one of the most ambitious studies of its type ever conducted, university researchers have partnered with the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) to better understand voting attitudes and behaviours across the Victorian electorate.

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Congratulations to our Faculty staff award winners

2022 Faculty teaching awards

Each year we recognise our very highest achievers through the Stephen Cole the Elder Awards for Excellence and the Commendations for the Enhancement and Innovation of Student Learning.

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Hugh Martin Weir Prize 2023 applications are now open!

Is your research about Australia's involvement in war or the treatment of prisoners of war in any conflict, including the impact on those persons involved, their families, and their communities? Are you enrolled in an Honours thesis or postgraduate program or was your PhD awarded less than three years ago? Then this prize may be for you. 

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Federal Government misses chance to boost skilled labour

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The amount that pensioners may earn before being hit by tax should be increased in order to boost the economy and help them to keep using their expertise, according to a report published by the University of Adelaide.

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Temporary Restrictions at Law Library

Due to construction work being carried out on the Napier building from Thursday 3 November to Wednesday 14 December (inclusive), access to the Northern side of the Sir John Salmond Law Library will be restricted.

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Congratulations to all of our Arts, Business, Law and Economics internal grants award winners!

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Cartoon character inspires musicians to bounce back

A 2-panel comic. Panel 1: Cacofonix is playing a harp and singing 'If I had a hammer'. Panel 2: Cacofonix is hit in the head with a hammer.

A character from the Asterix cartoon series could be an inspiration to musicians who are faced with setbacks.

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National webinar on 'Gender Responsive Budgeting'

School of Economics and Public Policy is pleased to have co-hosted the national webinar:  'Gender Responsive Budgeting  in Australia: Insights into Government Budget Statements and Processes on 18 August. 

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