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Faculty wins Vice-Chancellor's Cup

VC 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.

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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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Congratulations Adelaide Graduate Award recipients!

Amy Han

Congratulations to students Amy T. Han and Rohan Goyal for recently achieving the Adelaide Graduate Award.

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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.

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Congratulations Adelaide Graduate Award recipients!

Kristen

Congratulations to Faculty of Arts student Kristen Lucas for recently achieving the Adelaide Graduate Award.

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Slow vaccine roll-out could deepen economic scars

While South Australia’s economy is recovering strongly, the slow vaccine roll-out is a significant threat to the nation’s ongoing ability to weather the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some sectors of the economy will be scarred by the effects of prolonged border closures.

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In the Eye of the Storm Book Launch

A Literary Dinner was recently held at Soi 25 Restaurant and Bar in Sydney to celebrate the publication of Assoc. Prof. Paul Sendziuk’s co-authored book, In the Eye of the Storm: Volunteers and Australia’s Response to the HIV/AIDS Crisis.

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Asian Cultures students learn Japanese etiquette

The differences in etiquette between Japan and the West can be difficult to understand for first-time visitors to Japan.

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Reserve Bank of Australia: afternoon tea with Economics (Advanced) students

On Wednesday 16 June 2021, the School of Economics and Public Policy hosted analysts from the Reserve Bank of Australia for an afternoon networking session with our undergraduate students. 

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