The Faculty of Arts held their first Open Mic Night at UniBar last night. The event showcased acts 14 acts from students covering all music genres such as rap, comedic music, jazz and much more.
Linguistics can complement, or can be complemented by, studies in a wide range of Arts, Sciences and Professions at the University of Adelaide.
The Academy’s 2020 Fay Gale Lecturer Professor Maggie Walter FASSA is a Palawa woman from Lutruwita, Tasmania. She is a founding member of the Maiam nayri Wingara Indigenous Data Sovereignty Collective and the Global Indigenous Data Alliance.
Lachlan Aird, Faculty of Arts graduate and emerging wine writer secures 2020 Wine Media Cadetship.
Professor Ghil’ad Zuckermann is the is Chair of Linguistics and Endangered Languages at the University of Adelaide and is the world’s expert in language revival.
Two Arts PhD candidates presented in the 3 Minute Thesis Finals on Tuesday 8 September.
Professor Julia Gillard fielded student questions in an interview with Dr Benito Cao as part of the Introduction to Global Politics class. Topics included women in leadership and education, and how she would have handled US President Donald Trump as Prime Minister.
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters in partnership with Raising the Bar has delivered two Raising the Bar Adelaide events and the inaugural Raising the Bar Entrepreneurship event—the first of its kind delivered across the globe.
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, the Internships team at Auroro is continuing to do all we can to meet the needs of our Hosts and the aspirations of our participants.