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Elder Hall Lunchtime Concert | Jazz Duos

Staff and students perform in the most intimate jazz setting available – Duos. Double bass and voice, guitar and piano, saxophone and trumpet. Friday 1 September, 1.10 pm. Elder Hall Conservatorium, North Terrace campus. Register.

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Is Force Feeding Justifiable?

Dr Oli Williams and Helen West (Kings College London) explore recent debates about ‘terminal anorexia’ and ethics of care. They discuss a current research project investigating a new approach that has drastically reduced the incidence of feeding under restraint and is utilising co-design methods to improve the provision of care. Friday 1 September, 2–3 pm. Napier building, room 208, North Terrace campus.

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Cosmos Science City: What are the jobs of the future?

Charie Hargroves

In this session, Dr Charlie HargrovesSenior Lecturer with the Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre (ECIC) will discuss how Blockchain Technology will affect the jobs of the future, especially when coupled with AI. Tuesday 5 September, 12.45 - 1.45 pm. The Science Exchange, 55 Exchange Place, Adelaide and online. Register.

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Healthy Development Adelaide forum

Starting early for children in need

Held in conjunction with the Department for Child Protection, our expert panel of speakers will present around their work in this area on a wide range of topics from babies, children, mothers and support programs. 

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Inspiring South Australian Women Impacting the World

Inspiring South Australian Women Impacting the World

This captivating evening will bring together an esteemed panel of influential women who are making significant contributions in their respective fields. The esteemed panel includes Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, Anna Meares OAM, the Hon Susan Close MP, the Hon Catherine Branson AC KC, Tanya Hosch, and Miriam Silva AM. Tuesday 5 September, 6–8 pm. Scott Theatre, Kintore Avenue, North Terrace campus. Tickets.

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Workshop: Interdisciplinary Methods and Values

This workshop will explore the different ways that value can be understood to foster reflectiveness, particularly amongst HDRs and earlier career researchers, about different frameworks, theories, and concepts associated with value, especially in the context of interdisciplinary research. Wednesday 6 September, 9.30 am to 4.30 pm. North Terrace campus. Register.

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Stress busters mindfulness webinar

Take a break and focus on your wellbeing for 30 minutes. Learn about the basics of mindfulness, its health benefits, and how it works. Participate in an online mindfulness activity that you can use at anytime you need to relax and refresh your mind. Wednesday 6 September, 12.30–1 pm. Online.

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Elder Hall special event


Mozart and Mentorships: a delightful program of two favourite pieces by Mozart that sees outstanding Elder Conservatorium staff guiding and supporting talented students. Tickets.

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Lloyd Cox Memorial Lecture

Mary Herbert

Maternal transmission - a tale of two genomes presented by Professor Mary Herbert (Monash University). This event honours and remembers Professor Lloyd Cox, a highly-respected leader in the field of reproductive health and medicine more broadly. Wednesday 6 September, 5.30–7.30 pm. National Wine Centre, Adelaide. Tickets.

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Ralph Tate Memorial Lecture

Palaeontology is a lot more than dinosaurs, and fossils are a lot more than the remains of past life. This lecture will touch on Marissa Betts experience with these topics, particularly in the context of Hollywood films and documentary film-making as a medium for powerful and engaging science communication. Thursday 7 September, 6.30 pm. Mawson Lecture Theatre, Mawson Building North Terrace Campus.

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