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Tasting Australia masterclasses

Many fun and engaging presentations and workshops will be held in the University of Adelaide Masterclass Pavilion, broadening attendees’ knowledge and appreciation of wine, beer, spirits and more. Friday 28 April to Sunday 7 May. The University of Adelaide Masterclass Pavilion, Victoria Square North/Tarntanyangga. Buy tickets.

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Begg Museum: Memories of Early Dentistry and our Pioneer Orthodontist

Dr Percival Raymond Begg AO is an Orthodontic pioneer and was the University’s first lecturer in orthodontics. The museum displays items from his practice with guides present for discussion. Wednesday 3 to Wednesday 31 May, 10 am - 4 pm, Level 2, 89 King William Street, Adelaide. More information.

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Preventing and responding to child abuse and neglect

Associate Professor Melissa O’Donnell

HDA Women's Excellence in Research presentation: Preventing and responding to child abuse and neglect: evidence for targeted support. Associate Professor Melissa O’Donnell will discuss her research on children who have experienced abuse and neglect and their families, many of whom have multiple and complex needs. Register.

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Adelaide-Nottingham Alliance Symposium

An opportunity to participate and hear from experts from both institutions in the areas of Global Food Systems, Sustainable Futures and Intelligent Health, as well as from some of Alliance’s Joint PhD students. The symposium will be held on Thursday 4 May, North Terrace Campus. Register.

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Fay Gale Centre Lunchtime Seminar Series: Dr Andrea Bombak

Weight Stigma & Health Inequities in New Brunswick Marginalized Communities presented by Dr. Andrea Bombak (University of New Brunswick, Canada). ‘Weight stigma (negative attitudes or treatment based on weight) affects stress, mental health, and risk for cardiovascular issues. Little research has explored how people who face other stigmas are affected by weight stigma. Thursday 4 May, 1 pm, Napier building LG28, North Terrace campus. 

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Stretton Institute Research Seminar

The University of Adelaide’s Stretton Institute and the Department of Sociology, Criminology and Gender Studies are jointly hosting international guest speaker Professor Claire Hamilton.Thursday 4 May, 3-4 pm, Room 1.02, Level 1, Nexus 10.

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The Wonderful World of DISSOCIA


Dissocia is an at times hilarious, at times disturbing, ultimately thought-provoking play by Anthony Neilson, featuring unique and unforgettable characters and wondrous settings. Aside from being funny, this play also has an important message regarding mental health. Presented by the Theatre Guild. Thursday 4 to Sunday 14 May, Little Theatre, The Cloisters, North Terrace campus. Register.

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Elder Hall Lunchtime Concert: Lyrics by Dorothy Fields

Dorothy Fields was one of the most prolific songwriters of the Great American Songbook, with a career that spanned more than 50 years from the 1920s to the 1970s. Friday 5 May, 1.10 pm, Elder Hall, North Terrace. Register.

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Andy Warhol and the queer gaze

Join writers Patrick Flanery and Andrew van der Vlies to hear about Andy Warhol’s queer aesthetics. Moderated by Maria Zagala, Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photography, this talk is held in the exhibition and requires an exhibition ticket to attend. Friday 5 May, 7.30 pm. Art Gallery of South Australia. Get tickets

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HDR Supervision panel session

Sometimes during a HDR journey, things can get off track. During this panel session, hear from experienced supervisors how they have tackled tricky situations in supervision, and helped their students to get back on track. This panel session will be hosted by Deputy Dean of Graduate Studies, Associate Professor Chris Ford. Monday 8 May, 2 - 3 pm, Room 214/218 Schulz Building, North Terrace. Register.

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