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Professorial Lecture Series - Professor Paula Moynihan

Monday 26 October 2020, 6.00 pm - 7.00 pm

Join us in person or online, to hear from Professor Paula Moynihan, Director, Food and Health at the Adelaide Dental School & Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, as she discusses 'Sugars Solutions – The Mouth and Beyond'.

Australian of the Year Public Lecture

Monday 19 October 2020, 5.30 pm - 6.30 pm

The University of Adelaide, in partnership with the Australia Day Council of South Australia, is proud to present the Australian of the Year Public Lecture event. Join this year's national winner and University alumnus Dr James Muecke AM, as he presents his keynote presentation, Blinded By Sugar.

Lunchtime Concert Series - Adelaide Connection

Friday 16 October, 1.10 pm - 2.00 pm

Tune into the next instalment of the online Lunchtime Concert Series with the Elder Conservatorium of Music, featuring the Adelaide Connection’s SATB and SSAA choirs.

Jane Austen: The French Connection

Saturday 17 October, 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm

Gillian Dooley (soprano), Christine Morphett (historic harp) and Mark Smith (baroque cello) in a unique performance of pieces from Jane Austen’s rich collection of manuscript music books. Original research illustrating French music and songs with a French connection in the life and circle of Jane Austen. 

In Conversation with Europe

Thursday 22 October, 5.30 pm - 6.45 pm

Join Professor Jacqueline Lo, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International), The University of Adelaide, and several European Ambassadors to Australia for an exclusive on-campus panel discussion exploring the global impact of COVID-19 and the role of middle powers such as Australia and the EU.

Children, Young People and Families During COVID-19

Wednesday 4 November, 6.00 pm - 7.30 pm

Join this HDA Thematic Evening via Zoom on Children, Young People and Families during COVID-19: Lessons learned and ways forward.

Lunchtime Music in the Reading Room - Hidden Gems

Wednesday 28 October, 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm

Join our students from the Elder Conservatorium in the historic Barr Smith Reading Room and discover some of chamber music’s lesser-known gems. Enjoy a concert that brings together plucked and bowed strings in an original programme.

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Research Tuesdays

Watch our Research Tuesday's online program, where our leading researchers and academics share their knowledge to shed light on some of the world's biggest problems.



Hacky Hour

Hacky hour is an informal meet-up for researchers to bring their questions and discuss technology-related issues, with experts on hand to advise on problems related to coding, data analytics, and digital tools.



Australian of the Year Exhibition

This exhibition celebrates the eight extraordinary state and territory recipients of the 2020 Australian of the Year Awards, including national winner Dr James Muecke. Learn about their lives, aspirations and experiences through objects of personal significance.



In Their Element Podcast

In Their Element is a collection of inspiring stories from Science grads who’ve turned their innate spark of curiosity into awesome, real-world careers. Hosted by Sarah Davidson, each episode will explore the paths each graduate took to get to where they are today.



MBA Webinar Series

The MBA Webinar Series discusses business topics, issues and emerging trends. Catch up on previous webinars and hear from a diverse group of business industry experts.



Community Legends Awards

Let’s champion the small things that made a difference during the COVID-19 crisis. Submit a nomination for Community Legends and help us celebrate the kindness and resilience shown by the University of Adelaide community. 



Biztalk Podcast Series

Catch up on episodes of the Biztalk Podcast Series, produced by the MBA Alumni Network.



Library Bites for Teaching Session

The next Library Bites for Teaching session, titled 'Google, sometimes it's alright' will explore how to best use Google by introducing you to some search tools and searching tips and tricks.




Free to study and interactive, these courses provide learners from around the world access to the University of Adelaide’s excellence and expertise in specific disciplinary areas.



Visit Urrbrae House: Spring Tours

See inside historic Urrbrae House on a free guided tour, presented by University of Adelaide staff and volunteers. On the tour, you will hear about the life and times of pastoralist and benefactor Peter Waite, his wife Matilda and their family. Advance bookings required via Eventbrite.