Saturday, October 8, 2022

Why do we need to transform tertiary education?

The University of Canterbury is hosting Aotearoa New Zealand’s first sector-wide Transforming Tertiary symposium on 5 and 6 September 2022...

Versatile artist’s work reveals world of wonders

A diverse array of works by Franco-Italian artist Céline Condorelli explores how people – individually, and as part of wider society – live and work together.

ANU experts on the Jobs and Skills Summit

The Australian National University (ANU) has experts who can comment on the upcoming Jobs and Skills Summit (1-2 September).

Astronomy Open Night 2022

After a two-year hiatus, Astronomy Open Night is back and bigger than ever this year and you’re invited to explore the Universe like never before!!

Marvels at Mac: Find a quiet moment and new perspectives at the Museum of...

Marvels at Mac follows a student’s point of view, exploring campus and uncovering some of the super-cool places that students might not know about.

Superheroes of film, health and manufacturing

Engineers from the University of Sheffield AMRC will stand shoulder-to-shoulder with heroic key workers from the NHS and the geniuses who make the magic happen in Marvel superhero movies in a new exhibition.

100,000 books for sale at annual charity event

Keen readers and collectors will be able to choose from about 100,000 books at the annual Save the Children book sale, which starts next week at The University of Western Australia.

Writing, Gender and the Natural World – Six-part speaker series featuring nine of Australia’s...

On Wednesday 27 July, the University of South Australia’s Creative People, Products and Places Research Centre (CP3) will host the first event in a new six-part speaker series called Writing, Gender and the Natural World.

UM’s Portuguese Language Summer Course to begin next week, 3 online talks open to...

The 36th Portuguese Language Summer Course, organised by the University of Macau (UM) Department of Portuguese, will begin online on 11 July.

Teesside University collaboration to manage trauma in the workplace

A Teesside University lecturer has collaborated with colleagues from Nottingham Trent University on a funded research project to help organisations support employees who have experienced childhood trauma.
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