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Sustainability Conference 2024

Getting together researchers and students to explore innovative ideas and strategies for a sustainable future. An opportunity to discuss topics such as energy transition, conservation and biodiversity, sustainable built environment, scales of collaboration, public policy, climate change adaptation, and more. Monday 17 June, 12–6 pm. Ingkarni Wardli, level 7, room 7.15, North Terrace campus. Register.

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Department of Historical and Classical Studies Postgraduate Conference

Connected Eclectic. History and Classics postgraduates at all stages of candidature showcase their research in 10 and 20 minute presentations. Papers are on topics ranging from Roman attitudes to Greek physicians in the ancient world and heraldic representation and chivalric symbolism in Tudor England to Australian political movements, cultural symbols and environmental history. 210 seminar room, Napier building. North Terrace campus. Tuesday 18 to Wednesday 19 June, 9 am to 3 pm. 

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Truth about sugar webinar: staff wellbeing

The truth about sugar, run by an accredited practising dietitian, explores some common myths and helps to identify the different types of sugar most commonly found in our food and how they may be impacting our health. Tuesday 18 June, 12–1 pm. Online.

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Waite Campus Wine Sale

Waite Campus Wine Sale

The Winter Waite Wine Sale is here. We will be releasing new wines and varietals as well as the limited release Waite 100 Whisky. The wine and spirit will be open for tasting and purchase. For information on the wines available visit the website. Thursday 20 June 10 am to 4 pm. Hartley Grove, Waite Campus winery. More information.

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APRU Food Security webinar

The APRU Food Security Webinar Series 2024 delves into regional technological advancements in two focal areas: precision agriculture, and agritech solutions for prolonging food shelf life. Friday 21 June, 10.30 am to 12 pm. Online.

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Elder Conservatorium Lunchtime Concert | Elegance to Ecstacy

Elder Conservatorium Lunchtime Concert | Elegance to Ecstacy

Sophie Rowell and Kristian Chong will perform Schubert Sonatina for violin and piano in G minor, Paul Stanhope Agnus Dei (After the Fire) and Ravel Sonata for violin and piano No. 2. Friday 21 June, 1.10–2 pm. Elder Hall, North Terrace campus. Tickets.

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Health Equity Reading Group

Presenting will be Professor Fran Baum on alienation and health equity and Dr Matt Fisher on time as a social determinant of health. Professor Baum and Dr Fisher are from Stretton Health Equity within the Stretton Institute in School of Social Sciences. Monday 24 June, 121 pm. Online.

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Discovery event with Bob and Annette Vincent

Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary - Scientific Expedition Group adventures and discoveries with Bob and Annette Vincent. The presentation will describe two bio-diversity surveys undertaken in the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary: in 2009 after a nine-year drought and in 2011 after a two-year wet. Monday 24 June, 1–2 pm. Ira Raymond Exhibition room, level 3, Barr Smith Library, North Terrace campus. Register.

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Connect & Share on Neurodiversity

A series of opportunities for staff engagement and feedback over coming months with the first theme being neurodiversity. Three sessions are hosted for staff who identify as neurodiverse to attend an in-person Connect & Share session. Tuesday 25 June to Thursday 27 June, 9.30–11 am. Ingkarni Wardli, level 7, room 15 and Horace Lamb, room 422, North Terrace campus. Register.

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Introduction to searching for systematic reviews

To accompany the launch of the Systematic Review Fundamentals MyUni course, HMS Liaison Librarians will be presenting an overview of the systematic review process, especially for health & medical sciences, focusing on the literature searching component, selecting databases and building search strategies. Tuesday June 25 10–11am. Online. Register.

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