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ThincHer Launch Day


Students have the opportunity to meet future employers, connect with female founders at their showcase, witness a panel discussion and Q&A, have multiple networking sessions, have professional headshots taken and participate in activities. Thursday 3 August, 11 am to 2 pm. Bonython Hall, North Terrace campus. Register.

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Healthy Development Adelaide event

Evidence-based support systems for vulnerable families. Speakers will provide insights into the work underway to understand evidence-based practice for early intervention and child protection services from these different important perspectives to better support families seeking early support. Thursday 3 August, 5.30-8.30 pm. Braggs lecture theatre, North Terrace campus. Register.

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School of Economics and Public Policy Research Seminar

Revisiting Taxes on High Incomes, presented by Associate Professor Cagri Kumru (Research School of Economics, ANU). Friday 4 August 2023, 3 - 4.30 pm, In-person in Room 3.01, Level 3, Nexus 10 or online via Zoom.

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UniSuper webcast

Aged Care considerations. Preparation can go a long way to ensure you’re emotionally and financially ready for the road ahead. When it comes to aged care, this webcast will explain where to start with aged care. Everyone is welcome including non-UniSuper members. Tuesday 8 August, 12.30 pm. Online.

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Research Tuesdays

Research Tuesday

Superbug solutions. As we teeter on the edge of a post-antibiotic world, new solutions are needed to safeguard against infection. Join us this August to learn how our researchers are turning the tide against superbugs. Tuesday 8 August, 5.30-6.30 pm. Register to attend in-person at The Braggs Lecture Theatre, North Terrace campus or online

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Learn more about EAP services

Join this 20 minute webinar to hear about the benefits of the Employee Assistance Program

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How to Create a Truly Digital Society in Australia

Her Excellency Ms Kersti Eesmma, Ambassador of Estonia to Australia and New Zealand, will present a lecture titled How to Create a Truly Digital Society in Australia. Wednesday 9 August 3 - 4 pm. The Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre, Frome road, Adelaide. Register.

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Adelaide Public Lecture

Dark Matter in the Sky and on the Earth. The National Quantum & Dark Matter Road Trip is bringing all things quantum and dark matter to the University as part of National Science Week. Dr Dipan Sengupta will discuss various fascinating aspects in the hunt for discovering the true nature of dark matter and Australia's role in this effort. More information

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Kissing the Witch

Kissing the Witch

Five classic tales – Beauty and the Beast, Donkeyskin, The Goose Girl, The Little Mermaid, and an enchanting new story – are seamlessly unspun and rewoven in unexpected ways. Women young and old tell their own stories of love, lies, and alliances – all with a determination to seize back the narrative.

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Elder Hall Lunchtime Concert: From Echoes

Barber’s Brahmsian sonata displays his affinity with the Romantic era that made his Adagio for Strings so popular, whilst Beethoven’s sonata is the first example of a fully developed cello sonata in the modern tradition. Adelaide’s own Anne Cawrse’s Circle Music completes the program.

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