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SPLAT is an online tool used by students to assess the contributions of individual members of their team, as well as themselves.
To find out more about the role of Course Ambassadors, we spoke to 2nd year student and HMS Course Ambassador, Olivia Pineau. She outlines exactly how the role works and how teaching staff can benefit from engaging with a Course Ambassador.
Did you know that what you eat, and where it comes from, can really make a difference? Whether you choose to believe it or not, what you eat and where it comes from has a huge impact on your health, your community, the economy and the environment.
The Centre for Global Food and Resources at the University of Adelaide is creating future leaders in Agribusiness through their two postgraduate Masters programs: Master of Agribusiness and Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business. We spoke with three of these Master’s students about their studies and their career plans.
Course Ambassadors are students employed by Learning Enhancement and Innovation on a casual basis to assist individual Course Coordinators and Teaching Staff in supporting the University’s efforts to deliver remote learning opportunities.
During the present times of purely remote learning, it is increasingly important for students to receive personalised messaging from their course coordinators, lecturers and tutors.
Meet Alex Mader, a graduate of the University of Adelaide. Since graduating, he has spent the last 4 years working at Disk Edits as an Audio Engineer.
Internships are an important part of the student experience at the University of Adelaide. They provide a valuable opportunity for students across all disciplines to apply their technical knowledge in real workplace situations, develop their employability skills and build their professional networks.
Meet University of Adelaide student, Rhaneela Punitham. She is in her final year of university, studying a Bachelor of Health Sciences/Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, with majors in microbiology/immunology, pharmacology and statistics.
We’re excited to announce that MathsTrack, the Maths Learning Centre’s Maths bridging course, will soon be offered in a fully online format as an XSeries Program called MathTrackX, which will launch on April 28. The MathTrackX Program will be hosted on the edX platform and will contain six Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).