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To wrap up 2023, the Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics is reflecting on the year that was and featuring highlights from Adelaide Business School.
An update from the Faculty of ABLE Deputy Dean International, Associate Professor Mathew White.
The Teaching Review Program (TRP) has been designed to provide evidence in support of staff applications for individual University teaching awards, academic promotion, or conversion to education specialist appointments.
A selection of condolence letters and never-before-heard musical compositions will be revealed at a special event at the University of Adelaide to commemorate the 60th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination.
A new beach safety study aims to prevent accidental beach drownings of young people through the identification of their understanding – and misunderstanding – of common beach signs.
Everyone’s favourite Scottish ogre will appear on stage when students from the University of Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium of Music deliver their joyous production of Shrek The Musical.
A special lineup of authors will take part in a celebration hosted by the University of Adelaide commemorating the Nobel Prize in Literature anniversaries of J.M. Coetzee and Patrick White.
Mr Oliver Douglas, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) majoring in history, has been named as the University of Adelaide’s 114th Rhodes Scholar-Elect.
The importance of girls’ education will be emphasised during a special public lecture at the University of Adelaide, featuring activist and educator Mr Ziauddin Yousafzai, whose daughter Malala was a Nobel Prize winner in 2014.
Ms Yuli Astiana and Ms Wenfei Li will be representing the School of Education at the 3rd Global Peace Summit (hosted by Humanitarian Affairs Asia) at the United Nations Conference Centre, Bangkok, in January 2024, and will act as Humanitarian Affairs Peace Ambassadors throughout 2024.