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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.
Dr Ankit Agarwal from the Adelaide Business School, alongside other staff representing the Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics, has been visiting Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Nanjing, and Jinan.
A sea shanty, written by a University of Adelaide student, that celebrates South Australian history will be performed by 300 schools statewide during the Primary Schools’ Music Festival this September.
Two University of Adelaide PhD Candidates will travel across the globe to exchange knowledge with overseas counterparts that will address challenges and opportunities facing the wine sector.
A special free musical event will explore the rich cultural legacies of two nations when musicians from the University of Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium of Music collaborate with peers from Singapore’s Yong Siew Toh (YST) Conservatory for a one-night-only concert in Adelaide.
Congratulations to Jack Hetherington and Trang Huyen Dang from the School of Economics and Public Policy for winning awards in the 2023 Visualise Your Thesis Awards!
Each year the Workplace Gender Equality Agency uses the Australian Bureau of Statistics average weekly earnings data to calculate the number of days after the end of financial year that women have to work to be paid the same as the average man. The date they arrive at is called Equal Pay Day.
The School of Economics and Public Policy (SEPP) is delighted to announce Professor Guy Debelle has joined the school as Honorary Professor.
Dr Sam Schulz from the School of Education led a team of researchers who were invited to present their Aboriginal Education Strategy Work to the statewide leadership team of Catholic Education South Australia (CESA).
The Adelaide Law School’s GDLP program is run in conjunction with the Law Society of South Australia, the peak professional body representing South Australia’s legal profession.