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The Quarantine Project is basically an online platform where people can learn skills, host social events and stay connected with like minded people who are stuck inside during isolation and quarantine.
On Thursday, May 22, our Japanese lecturer Kayoko Enomoto held an online cooking class for staff and students.
Jazz forum online has continued to go ahead with staff and guest alumni.
Despite having to postpone this year’s Kyoto-based Japanese Media Cultures study tour, A/Prof Peter Pugsley (Dept. Media) and his Ritsumeikan University colleague, Professor Aki Nakamura, were able to announce the recent publication of a co-authored article.
Faculty of Arts Executive Dean Jennie Shaw has a message for all arts students.
First-year University of Adelaide student Oliver Douglas has been awarded a 2020 C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship, one of the most generous privately funded residential scholarships available to undergraduate and postgraduate students in Australia.
This month, the Department of Asian Studies hosted a guest lecture focused on Japanese culture and etiquette for students enrolled in the Introduction to Asian Cultures undergraduate course.
On Showa Day (29 April), the Government of Japan, on behalf of the Emperor, conferred on Adjunct Professor Purnendra Jain its highest award for which a foreigner is eligible – The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon (旭日中綬賞).
In a reversal of traditional roles, Adelaide University students on placement at schools to learn how to teach are helping teachers work out how best to use online platforms.
Dr. John Willison, School of Education, University of Adelaide, ran a webinar on 15 April 2020 on: Facilitating the development of students who think critically and creatively.