Events: research

Fulbright Scholarships information webinar

This information session will cover Fulbright Scholarship opportunities for Australian citizens who are seeking funding to undertake a master’s degree, PhD research, postdoctoral research, or short-term research program at any U.S. institution and in any field in 2025/26. Wednesday 29 May, 12–1 pm. Online.

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Global Opportunities and Impact Forum 2024 - South East Asia

Join us for an overview of the recent Senior Executive Mission to Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines as well as information on partnerships, student recruitment efforts, and research and funding opportunities available to support partnership work in the region. The session includes a Q&A followed by a networking morning tea. Friday 31 May, 9–10.30 am. Room 715 Conference Room, Level 7, Ingkarni Wardli. Register.

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AHURI NHRP Funding Round 2025 and Roadshow

The 2025 Funding Round for the National Housing Research Program (NHRP) is now open. To find out more, join for the AHURI Roadshow. Friday 31 May, 2–4 pm. Nexus 10, 706 MBA Suite, North Terrace. Register.

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Stretton Health Equity Seminar

Sociology of Hope: An introduction for pessimists. Professor Adrian Scribano is currently developing an extensive research programme and theoretical project on hope, which uses diverse methods to explore how bodies, emotions, and everyday lives interface with collective actions, social policies, organisational practices, and global politics. Tuesday 4 June, 10–11 am. Room 715, Ingkarni Wardli building, North Terrace campus. RSVP.

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JBI gLocal Solution Room - Adelaide event

This event focuses on practices that contribute to sustainable quality of care, patient recovery and well-being, while also embedding evidence-based professional development and team-building opportunities. Thursday 6 June, 9 am to 12.30 pm. SAHMRI Auditorium, North Terrace, Register.

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Don Dunstan Foundation Housing Symposium

The Housing Symposium presents an opportunity to bring together the housing and homelessness sector, local government representatives, and academics/researchers to share knowledge about the current and future challenges in South Australia’s housing system. Tuesday 11 June, 9 am to 5 pm. The Braggs lecture theatre, North Terrace campus. Tickets.

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Research Tuesdays


Identifying cyber threats. Accessing personal details has become easier than ever because of digital innovations such as web scrapers, automated tools used for cyber data collection. Tuesday 11 June, 5.30–6.30 pm. The Braggs lecture theatre, North Terrace campus and online. Register.

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EOAR seminar

Dr Michael Morrison (University of Oxford) will talk about alternative pathways for stem cell therapies. Tuesday 11 June, 5.30–6.30 pm. Online.

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HDA and AAIMH forum

Join us for the Healthy Development Adelaide (HDA) and Australian Association for Infant Mental Health SA branch (AAIMH) forum on The clinician, the family, and systems: Building infant mental health into the future. Thursday 13 June, 5.30–8.30 pm. Napier G04 lecture theatre, North Terrace campus. Register.

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Festival of Learning and Teaching

This half day event includes discussions and presentations on the theme of Meaningful approaches to learning and teaching in the age of AI. Join in-person at the Flentje Lecture Theatre on the North Terrace campus from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm, or livestream the plenary from 9.30-10.45 am. Program and registration details are available online.

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