Events

Events

Find out what's on at the University of Adelaide.

A Day on the Lawn

25 Oct, 11.00 am – 3.00 pm

Shake off the winter blues and say hello to the sun with A Day On The Lawn!

Universal Science

3 Nov, 5.30 pm

An evening with the experts on how we currently use basic research, globally distributed computing, and an internationally diverse set of scientists to answer humankind’s most fundamental questions.

Ingenuity 2019

31 Oct, 9.30 am – 3.30 pm

Creating our technology future, Ingenuity is an interactive showcase of university student projects exploring real-life applications of engineering, computer and mathematical sciences.

Spring Awakening

21–24 Nov, 7.30 pm – 10.00 pm

The Elder Conservatorium of Music's Music Theatre students are performing in their first presentation, Spring Awakening. The winner of 8 Tony Awards, Spring Awakening features music by Duncan Sheik and a book and lyrics by Steven Sater.

Research and Developments in Autism: A SA Perspective

30 Oct, 5.30 pm – 8.00 pm

Please join us for this HDA event for an evening with expert speakers in their field as they present on Research and Developments in Autism: A SA Perspective.

Renao Street: Mid-Autumn Celebration

18 Oct, 12.00 pm – 5.00 pm

As part of the University's celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival on the eve of the Oz Asia Moon Lantern Parade, the Hub will be transformed into Renao Street (热闹街).

Dvořák's Stabat Mater - Adelaide University Choral Society

2 Nov, 7.00 pm

The Adelaide University Choral Society presents Dvořák's epic setting of the Stabat Mater in Elder Hall.

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This month the University will host the Leukaemia Foundation's Light the Night in support of those impacted by blood cancer, and the Hub will be transformed into Renao Street (热闹街) in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival.

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Events

12

Oct

'Seventeen' by Matthew Whittet

The Theatre Guild concludes its 2019 season with 'Seventeen', Matthew Whittet's beautifully observant work about the strains of youth, transformation and about letting go.

17

Oct

Ways to Wellness

Stroll through Hindmarsh Square and find your Ways to Wellness with students of The University of Adelaide College.

17

Oct

De-Stress Yourself Roseworthy

Roseworthy is getting an afternoon of relaxation, free food and fun activities to help you prepare for the crazy exams period!

17

Oct

Uni After Dark

Explore the University of Adelaide as you never have before; join us for an evening of special talks across the North Terrace campus from teachers and students alike. Weird, wonderful, and interesting, all in one enthralling night to remember. 

17

Oct

Young Alumni Networking Event - Beer and Burgers

If you can't wait too long between events for your Young Alumni fix, this series of catch-ups is for you.

18

Oct

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Day - Adelaide Dental School

Join guest speakers Professor Paula Moynihan, Director of Food and Health at the University of Adelaide; and Professor Hien Ngo, Dean and Head of Sharjah Dental School, for our Continuing Professional Development day as we ask “Adelaide Dental School: 100 years – What’s next?”

18

Oct

Adelaide Dental School - CPD Day

To acknowledge 100 Years of the Adelaide Dental School, we're hosting a Continuing Professional Development Day in October 2019.

18

Oct

Renao Street: Mid-autumn celebration

As part of the University's celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival on the eve of Oz Asia, Moon Lantern Parade, all staff, students, alumni and the community are invited to experience this on-campus public cultural event.

18

Oct

Law Research Seminar Series: Military Service and Criminal Offending

This seminar discusses the preliminary themes emerging as reasons for the significant over-representation of ex-service personnel in prisons.

18

Oct

Australia-China Lecture: China’s Contemporary Artists – Making their Way in the World

Author Madeleine O’Dea joins filmmaker Henry Thong in a conversation about how China’s artists have forged a place for themselves over the succeeding decades, each generation renegotiating their relationship with their own country and with the West.

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