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Enterprise Agreement – Information Session (Waite Campus)

The University is hosting information sessions at each campus to discuss the proposed University of Adelaide Enterprise Agreement 2023 – 2025. Staff will have an opportunity to ask questions and hear details about the agreement. Thursday 1 June, 2-2.45 pm. Charles Hawker 130 Lecture Theatre, Waite Campus. More information.

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Elder Hall Lunchtime Concert

Elder Hall

Stories of Time & Place Directed by Carl Crossin OAM, Elder Conservatorium Chorale continues its journey through the ever-expanding horal world with music by composers from Australia and the US. The program includes music by Paul Grabowsky, Thorkell Sigbjörnsson, Veljo Tormis and Eric Whitacre. Friday 2 June 1.10-2.00 pm, Elder Hall, North Terrace campus. Register.

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Fulbright Scholarship information session

Hear about the opportunities available for Australian postdoctoral researchers and academics to conduct research projects in the United States in 2024/25 with the Fulbright Scholarship Program. Tuesday 6 June, 2 pm. Online.

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Men's Health webinar

This one hour webinar covers a range of health issues and common risk factors affecting men, including heart health, diabetes, mental health, common cancers in men, osteoporosis and sexual health. Wednesday 14 June, 12.151.15 pm. Online. Register.

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Healthy Development Adelaide and AAIMH event

Bonding before birth. This Healthy Development Adelaide (HDA) and Australian Association for Infant Mental Health SA branch (AAIMH) forum provides an opportunity to discuss the importance of babies’ mental health as well as some of the issues that affect it. Wednesday 14 June, 5.308.30 pm. The Braggs lecture theatre, room G60, Braggs building, North Terrace campus. Register.

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ADEPT: Reflective Writing

In this session, you will develop the reflective approach needed for applications to teaching awards, HEA Fellowship applications or promotion to levels C/D (specifically Education Specialists and those with high teaching weightings). Read more and register

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UniSuper webcast

The basics of investing your super. This webinar will discuss investment basics, the importance of investing for the long-term, and the range of investment options. Thursday 15 June, 12-1:30 pm. More information.  

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Festival of Learning and Teaching

Activating Learning. The second event of the Festival of Learning and Teaching featuring prominent keynote speaker Professor Angela Carbone (RMIT University), and a range of practical sessions. Friday 16 June, 9 am to 1.30 pm. Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences building. Register.

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School of Psychology Research Seminar

What determines facial emotional expression recognition? Lessons from the happy face advantage. Professor Ottmar Lipp (Queensland University of Technology) will present his research on the effects of social category cues, person knowledge, and contextual cues on facial emotional expression recognition. Friday 16 June 12 pm, Room 526 Hughes building North Terrace campus. Register for Zoom.

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Lunchtime concert: Heart-to-Heart

Elder Hall lunchtime concert

The concertmaster of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, English-born violinist Andrew Haveron, joins the Director of the Elder Conservatorium, Professor Anna Goldsworthy, to perform works by Mozart, Grieg and Schumann. 

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