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Beating burnout masterclass

Using neuroscience, positive psychology, and emotional intelligence, this online session will help to develop effective tools for proactively managing burnout and promoting wellbeing. Friday 3 May, 12 pm, online. Register

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New Naming Proposal web form now live

Following approval of the updated Naming Proposal Policy and Procedure by University Council in February, the new Naming Proposal web form is now live. This form is to be used for all Naming Proposals relating to highly distinguished service, and for outstanding philanthropic contribution. If you have any queries about the new web form, please contact

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Having difficult HDR supervision conversations

Part of supervising HDR students can involve having challenging conversations. This supervision workshop will provide practical tips on having difficult conversations in supervisory practice, and look at HDR supervision scenarios. Tuesday 23 April, 1.30–3 pm, via Zoom. Register

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Review of UG and PG programs in Psychology

The University is currently undertaking a Review of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs in Psychology. Education Quality invites staff to make a submission on matters relevant to the Terms of Reference. Submissions can be uploaded to the online form until 5 pm Friday 3 May. More information.

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Join the ISER email list

The Institute for Sustainability, Energy and Resources (ISER) email list includes subscribed affiliates from staff, students and stakeholders, which allows the Institute to target different audiences for communications. Join ISER's list to receive relevant information about the Institute’s events, funding and grant opportunities, announcements and newsletters.

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Acting Executive Dean's message

Professor Jodie Conduit

The Faculty of Arts, Business, Law, and Economics (ABLE) encompasses a broad spectrum of disciplines and plays a leading role in shaping diverse intellectual landscapes. 

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Douglas Mawson Chair in Earth Sciences: Professor Alan Collins

Professor Alan Collins has been appointed as the Douglas Mawson Chair in Earth Sciences. This position was established in 1983 to acknowledge the work of Sir Douglas Mawson, the former Chair of Geology between 1921 and 1952 and highly esteemed Professor of Geology and Mineralogy at the University of Adelaide. 

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Le Fèvre Medal: Professor Yao Zheng

Professor Yao Zheng (School of Chemical Engineering) has been awarded the Le Fèvre Medal by the Australian Academy of Science for his work on splitting raw sea water without pre-treatment to produce green hydrogen.

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HDA Research Afternoon – call for abstracts

Healthy Development Adelaide invites submissions for their Research Afternoon to be held on Wednesday 16 October. Open to PhD students, Early- Mid-Career researchers and others undertaking basic or clinical, biomedical or social science research in developmental health, disability, resilience or disease in pregnancy, infancy, childhood or adolescence. More information

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Early career award: Dr Jared Dmello

Dr. Jared Dmello (School of social sciences) was recently named the inaugural recipient of the Early Career Award for the Security & Crime Prevention Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, the only international professional association for the study of criminal justice that has non-profit recognition with the United Nations. 

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