The colleges are working with our local community to look outside the box, and to provide the simple things … like coffee!
Our local iconic café, the “Goldfish Bowl” will be open this Wednesday 22 February from 7-9pm for late night coffee and delicious sweets.
The Colleges are hoping to make this a regular event where students can hang out with new found friends or old mates, and simply enjoy some chilled out tunes and possibly even a card or board game.
If you have any ideas you might like to see offered in this space, or even to offer up yourself, please let Jasmine know….We love new ideas!
Contact Jasmine Galletly, Manager of Student Support and Residential Life at UNE on email@example.com to pass on your thoughts.
Hope to see you at “TheBowl” Wednesday night and to create a new space for students to be, well, students!
Source- J Galletly]]>
If you would like some advice on your resume, application or interview skills and you are in Armidale, drop in to Dixson between 10am and 1pm and see Belinda.
Just ask at the counter where to find her! No appointments are needed.
If you are off-campus, you can email us through AskUNE – (attn: Careers) and Belinda will provide you with expert advice.
We look forward to seeing you.
Source – Belinda See – UNE Career Development]]>
The Women’s health service provides FREE Pap Smears, Breast Checks, STI testing and advice around Period Problems, and Contraception. The service also provides private and confidential consultations on sexual assault and domestic violence.
All are welcome.
To register your interest, and get more information, such as the venue, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking for 1st year to experienced, undergraduate and postgraduate, students who are able to get themselves to Level 1, Lecture Room, 232 Church Street, Parramatta on the day.
You will need to submit an expression of interest to email@example.com by 5PM, Thursday 23 February 2017. There are a limited amount of positions available.
You will also receive a$50 iTunes voucher for participating.]]>
The scholarship is open to applicants who are studying full time in a medical field at an Australian University.
Applicants must submit an essay of 1000 words or less explaining why they have chosen to pursue a career in their chosen field.
Applicants will also need to follow Medshop Australia on one or more of their social media accounts and share the scholarship details with #medshopstudentscholarship2017 on either Facebook, or Twitter.
Here are the links:
The total prize pool is $5,000.00 – the winning applicant will receive $3,500.00 and the runner up will receive $1,500.00 paid directly into their bank accounts.
Make sure you submit your name, phone number and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight 10 April 2017. You will also need to attach proof of enrolment, and, of course, the essay.
Make sure the essay is in Word or PDF format.
If you make it to the shortlist, Medshop will get in touch to make sure you are still enrolled.
The winning applicants will be announced in May 2017.]]>
It showcases the work of two postgraduate medieval history students, Jamie and Matt, with a focus on providing information and resources, and offers a look at Medieval History from Alfred the Great to The Battle of Castillon.
I’m waiting patiently for the article on the airspeed velocity of an unladen European swallow, but will content myself with Jamie’s latest post on medieval archery, chronicling, hyperbole, and the importance of etymology in the study of history.
Remember, if you get lost, or have a question, look out for our guides or go to the Student Support tent in the Central Courtyard.
Students enrolled in Health degrees start their academic program in the Somerville Lecture Theatre in the Pat O’Shane building 9AM.
Students enrolled in Science and Technology degrees begin their compulsory lectures in the McClymont Lecture Theatre at 9AM, and students doing Environmental and Rural Science start theirs at 9AM in the Biological Sciences Lecture Theatre.
There’s an introduction by the Head of School for students studying Medicine in the Lewis Lecture Theatre at 10AM.
Students enrolled in Business degrees need to get to the John Dillon Lecture Theatre in the EBL building (W42) at 1PM.
If you don’t have an Academic Program, make sure you get yourself to a Library Tour between 12PM and 2PM. Tours will leave every half hour from the library foyer.
What ever you are doing today, make sure you get points for the Orientation Challenge on Actionbound.
Have a great day.]]>