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Fay Gale seminar series

From Repeal to Implementation: Recent directions of abortion law in Ireland presented by Dr Catherine Conlon, Assistant Professor in Social Policy, Trinity College Dublin. Wednesday 15 March, 4 pm. Napier building, room LG29. North Terrace campus. Online option available.

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Women in sport brunch

A morning of brunch, bubbles and networking featuring athletes, coaches and media personalities discussing the power of sport and its role in creating career pathways and developing leaders in business, science and engineering. Friday 17 March, 9.30-11.30 am. National Wine Centre. Tickets are available here.

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Department of Historical and Classical Studies seminar

Masculinity and cuckoldry in early modern English litigation records, presented by Tim Stretton. This seminar uses a detailed case study from the 1690s, based on both church court and Chancery records, to explore the extent to which husbands might damn themselves as less than adequate males in their efforts to publicise the supposed failings of their wives. Monday 20 March, 1 pm. Napier building, Stretton Room, North Terrace campus.

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Society Soiree

Staff are invited to join the Project Management Society for a night at the Nexus 10 Foyer with food and board games and an opportunity to connect with members and non-members, and the committee. Wednesday 22 March, 6-8 pm. Nexus 10 Foyer, North Terrace. Register.

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2023 Australian Rover Challenge

Australian Rover Challenge

The University of Adelaide, with support from our premier partner Boeing, major partners ispace, the Australian Space Agency, and event supporters Defence SA, SASIC and Drone Deploy, are excited to host the 2023 Australian Rover Challenge. Cheer on team University of Adelaide as they design and build a semi-autonomous rover to compete against Australian and international university teams in a simulated lunar environment. 

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Healthy Development Adelaide forum

Living below the poverty line. Speakers will present around Issues of financial inclusion, food insecurity, and service organisation perspective will be explored. The Anti-Poverty Network SA will also discuss their campaign work around welfare, social security, housing and lived experience. The Braggs lecture theatre, North Terrace campus. 5.30-8.30 pm. Register.

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JBI Research Symposium

JBI Symposium

Professor Nicola Spurrier, Professor Helen Marshall AM, and Professor Zoe Jordan will present on their life journeys and current work. Alongside distinguished keynote speakers are commencing HDR students who will be presenting their research in the topic areas of methodology and medicine. Friday 24 March, 9 am to 5 pm. Joe Verco Lecture Theatre. Register.

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Make History Speaker Series: Writing History in the Stars

Writing history in the stars

In this Make History Speaker Series, Dr Kimberley Clayfield, Dr Sarah Cannard, and Dr Matthew Tetlow will be discussing how space science and satellite imagery are addressing humanity’s greatest challenges. Friday 24 March, 5.30 pm. The Braggs lecture theatre. Register.

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The Tempest

Celebrating 85 Years

Shakespeare's classic THE TEMPEST opens the Guild's 85th anniversary on 24th March at the Little Theatre. 8 shows only! Tickets from $20 online or at the door. Book now. 


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Healthy Development Adelaide event

Strategies for helping children and youth manage pain. Pain in children can be complex and nuanced, and in this series of talks have experts will present some of their work in the field of children's pain that will be of interest for a wide audience including parents, caregivers, educators, healthcare professionals, and researchers. Tuesday 28 March, 5.30 - 7.45 pm. C3-16 Centenary Building, UniSA City East Campus. Register.

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