There will be a one hour hands-on session in the Library’s Training Lab 2:30 – 3:30 Thursday September 3rd with the Web Of Science trainer, Jean-Francois Desvignes-Hicks.
Source: Celia Munro, Dixson Library]]>
The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete and is open until 9.00am on Monday 14 September.”
Source: Barbara Paton – University Librarian]]>
So, if you need any of that info, grab it today (or on Saturday afternoon).
Source: Liz Ferris – Callista Team]]>
Never held a racket or perhaps you haven’t played for a long time. Young and old, everyone is welcome.
Attractions will include:
Join and pay on the day. Join Armidale Tennis Club and receive 30% discount from the annual membership rate. Membership entitles you to free use of hard courts when not in use for competitions or coaching. (This offer is only available to new members, does not include existing or returning members.)
Support Northern Tablelands Wildlife Rescue by purchasing some of our used balls. The balls are still playable, or buy them for your favourite canine to fetch. Great for the kids to play with – $2 for a tin of four.
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS: We are holding our club Championships for members over the weekends of 5th and 12th September. There is a range of events, singles and doubles and also veterans and junior events. An entry form can be found on our website, www.armidaletennisclub.weebly.com
REGULAR EVENTS: The weather is warming up so why not think about playing tennis. Monday night mens competition, Tuesday morning social tennis, Wednesday evening casual competition, Thursday morning ladies competition and Saturday afternoon social tennis.
Details on our website, www.armidaletennisclub.weebly.com. Phone: (02) 6771 1566
Source: Nigel Andrew]]>
Dear UNE Student,
We are writing to invite you to participate in an important new study about the health and wellbeing of Australian students.
The first step in the study is to complete a survey (approx. 30 minute) by following the link below. This is a longitudinal study and we will be following participants each year for five years.
Your participation is voluntary and there is no penalty for discontinuing at any time. All data will be kept confidential–your identity will not be shared in connection with any results from this study.
Follow this link to begin: https://exp.psy.uq.edu.au/ALSUSHW
Thank you for considering participation!
Dr Helen Stallman, PhD
Senior Lecturer, University of South Australia
Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, The University of Queensland
If you have questions about this research you may contact the Principal Investigator of this study, Dr Helen Stallman at email@example.com.
Submit your abstract by 30 September 2015.
The inaugural conference will be held on January 19/20 2016 and includes Keynote speakers & Free conference entry. Register and submit your abstracts through theUNE HDR Resources and Advice Portal: une.edu.au/research/res-services/hdr/hdr-portal
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org]]>
The Careers Seminar and Q&A Forum (see flyer for more details) is designed to inspire and excite UNE and high school students about STEM-based careers. Five guest speakers (listed below) will present short talks to showcase a range of diverse, creative and flexible careers that have been built on a STEM background. Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC will be attending, and the five guest speaker presentations will be followed by a Q&A session facilitated by the DVC, Professor Sue Thomas.
The event also aims to build awareness of the impact that STEM-based work has on society as a whole. Additionally, as people are often intimidated by STEM subjects, we aim to present STEM skills and careers as something that anyone can participate in if they are interested, creative and motivated. Students, parents, teachers, careers advisors, UNE staff and local business members will be invited to this event and attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions during the forum and at the light supper served after the forum.
If you would like further information please contact us at email@example.com.
Source: Jackie Reid and Erica Smith (WStem Project Leaders)]]>