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This year, the annual Frank Archibald memorial lecture will be focused on ‘Cementing Indigenous Leadership in Higher Education‘ and will be presented by Professor Michelle Trudgett, Pro Vice-Chancellor Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education, Strategy...

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Trimester 3 Moodle units are now available as we prepare to commence Trimester 3 teaching, next Monday, 26th October.  If you are already enrolled, you should have access to your unit Moodle pages now. If...

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  It used to be we talked about weather, car parking and the price of milk. Now there is little chance of avoiding the pandemic; multiple waves, vaccines and the challenges of lockdown versus herd...

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It’s officially the last day of exams for Trimester 2.  Hopefully this is a time for celebration, to catch your breath, and for many of you to prepare for Trimester 3 (beginning 26 October).  However,...

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As your T3 units go live on Monday, you will see some improvements to the layout of your units. Changes include: Clearer navigation with a navigation panel on the left, unit content in the middle...

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Are you a female enrolled in a Bachelors of Masters course? Are you intending to work in the domestic violence area of practice? If this sounds like you, you may be eligible for the Sabine...

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World Mental Health Day may be over, but it doesn’t mean you can’t keep up the good work! Our Student Access & Inclusion team has put together a list of some ideas for paying it...

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It is well reported that I am women of a certain age; I have enjoyed the great luxury of a career in frontier science and then a career in education. Not sure what my next...

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The Student Consultative Committee has now moved into Dixson Library! The SCC Office can be found on Level 2 of the Dixson Library, on the left side of the foyer in the old common area...

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This Saturday 10th October, the World Health Organization will, for the first time ever, host a global online advocacy event on mental health. At this event—the Big Event for Mental Health—world leaders, mental health experts and...

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This has been one of those weeks when my inner ‘swan’ featured more than other latent genetic ancestry.  With some 60 odd per cent of shared avian DNA ruffling my proverbial feathers, I was overwhelmed...

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Reminder: At 2am on Sunday, October 4th clocks will move forward an hour to 3am for people in NSW, the ACT, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria. Most smartphones and devices will automatically change the time but...

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A week of interesting challenges. For many, the sadness of losing one of the giants – Ruth Bader Ginsberg.  I was fortunate to hear her present in the US Supreme Court as well as attend some...

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Applications are now open for the Australian War Memorial’s Summer Vacation Scholarship Scheme and close at 5 pm Eastern Standard Time on Friday 23 October 2020.  The Australian War Memorial provides Summer Vacation Scholarships for history...

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Are you ready for your online exam? Sessions are filling up fast so don’t wait!   Book your exam time now to get the most choice for your preferred start time.  There are a few things you need to...

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