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Research Network on Countering Violent Extremism seminar

Working with Extremists and Terrorist Offenders: Research and Practice, presented by John Young, Exceptional Needs Unit, SA Department of Human Services. Wednesday 3 April, 10–11 am. S112, Engineering South Building, North Terrace campus.

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Research seminar: Language diversity in Europe

Language diversity in Europe: Language variation, tolerance and identity. This research seminar, hosted by the Department of European Languages and Linguistics, on linguistic diversity in Europe focuses on the German language. Thursday 4 April, 1-2.30 pm. Napier 618, Napier building, North Terrace campus and Zoom

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School of Psychology Research Seminar

Tethered Rationality: A Model of Behaviour for the Real World. Professor Vinod Goel (York University) will present research on human reasoning that suggests it is tethered to evolutionary older systems such as the autonomic, instinctive, and associative systems. Friday 5 April, 1 pm. Room 526, Hughes building, North Terrace campus, or via Zoom.

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Lunchtime Concert: Grand Duo (piano)

Lunchtime Concert: Grand Duo (piano)

The 2024 concert series commences with the sublime pairing of Anna Goldsworthy, Director of the Elder Conservatorium of Music, and Konstantin Shamray, much-loved alumnus and adjunct senior lecturer. Friday 5 April, 1.10–2.00 pm. Elder Hall, North Terrace campus. $20. Register.

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Department of Historical and Classical Studies Research Seminar

The Department of Historical and Classical Studies research seminar series begins with Dr Gary Lit Ling Loong's If the sky were to fall: an intergenerational journey of trials and tribulations in Malaya during and after the wars. Monday 8 April, 12–1 pm. Napier 420 The Stretton room, North Terrace campus.

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EOAR seminar

Dr Caitjan Gainty (King’s College London) and Mr Paul Addae (Healthwatch Haringey) will talk about a recently completed project focused on health activism in London’s Brixton neighbourhood. Monday 8 April, 5:30-6:30 pm. Online. More information

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Margot Osborne author event

Margot Osborne

Anything but parochial: contemporary art in Adelaide 1939-2000, editor and principal author Dr Margot Osborne uncovers the previously untold narrative of the art, artists and arts institutions in Adelaide across six decades from the outbreak of the Second World War to the final decade of the 20th century. Monday 8 April, 6.30–7.30 pm. Ira Raymond Room, Barr Smith Library, North Terrace campus $10 (students free). Register.

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Emotional intelligence in the workplace webinar

This seminar provides a useful definition of emotional intelligence. All the material presented is evidence-based and it challenges people to make small changes in how they think and behave to achieve better productivity and enhanced personal wellbeing. Tuesday 9 April, 12-1 pm. Online. Register.

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Open textbook grants information session


Learn about the grants that are available for staff to publish open access textbooks through the Open Educational Resources Collective. Up to $5,000 are available per project. Learn how to apply, and get your questions answered at this information session, hosted by the University Library. Tuesday 9 April, 12.10–1pm. Online.

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Research Tuesdays: Concussions. Lasting impact

Research Tuesdays

Think a bump on the head is no big deal? Think again. A single concussion can inflict lasting cognitive damage and even elevate your chances of developing neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's or dementia. This is why University of Adelaide researchers are investigating our brains’ most complex mechanisms—and finding better ways to heal. Tuesday 9 April, 5.30-6.30 pm. Register to attend in-person at The Braggs Lecture Theatre, University of Adelaide, North Terrace or online

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