News: staff news
The Student Misconduct Policy has been reviewed and is now available for consultation, along with a supporting Student Code of Conduct. The draft policy can be viewed on the Draft Policies page. Feedback is via the form available online, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday Morning Mile is a free, community fun run. You can also walk, jog, roll, hop, dance, skip or push a stroller. With no cut-off time, you can go as fast or as slow as you like. Every Monday 6.30 am. Park 10, War Memorial Drive, North Adelaide SA. Register.
The University is currently undertaking a Review of the Master of Biopharmaceutical Engineering. Education Quality invites staff to make a submission on matters relevant to the Terms of Reference. Submissions can be uploaded to the online form now until Friday 3 May, 5 pm. For information on Academic Program Reviews for 2024 visit the website. More information.
Seven new Health and Safety Representatives (HSR) have been appointed, representing a significant advancement in worker representation on HSW matters. Two HSR vacancies remain: one for Roseworthy, and one for ABLE. To express your interest in the role, contact email@example.com.
The University is currently undertaking a Review of the Postgraduate Programs in Materials Engineering. Education Quality invites staff to make a submission on matters relevant to the Terms of Reference. Submissions can be uploaded to the online form now until Friday 3 May, 5 pm. For information on Academic Program Reviews for 2024 visit the website. More information.
The April/May graduation ceremonies will be held between Monday 29 April and Thursday 9 May in Bonython Hall. Academic staff are encouraged to register to attend as part of the Academic Procession by Monday 8 April. Staff helpers are also required to assist at the ceremonies and can register here.
If you are passionate about supporting student wellbeing, join the Wellbeing Champion Network to help build and strengthen a campus culture in which students feel safe, valued and well equipped to engage in their studies. More information.
The free Mental Health First Aid course teaches individuals how to offer initial support to adults who are developing a mental health problem, experiencing a worsening of an existing mental health problem or in a mental health crisis, until appropriate professional help is received, or the crisis resolved. If you are interested in being a Mental Health First Aider register here.
Join Jo McNamara, a specialist in responses to sexual harm, for an overview of identifying and providing best practice responses to disclosures of sexual harm. This free 2 hour workshop covers reporting and support options available for individuals with lived experience, including current legislation and other valuable resources. Tuesday 9 April, 10 am to 12 pm. Register here.
The Children's University team is seeking EoIs from academics and / or students to lead activities for small groups of primary school students during the 2024 Children's University on-campus Experience Day on Wednesday 18 September.