Media and Arts graduate Isobel Phoebe Montgomery has been awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.
Congratulations to all our Learning and Teaching Award Winners this year. A special congratulations to the Faculty of Arts staff who won the following:
“The New Colombo Plan has given me the opportunity to spend a year of my life seeking adventure in interesting places while also gaining career-relevant experience, building useful life skills (such as cross-cultural communication) and forming international personal and professional networks,” said Ellen.
Meet Victoria Ballestrin who is studying a double degree in a Bachelor of Music with a Bachelor of Arts and is our recipient of the Sia Furler Institute inaugural Scholarship.
Classical guitar students from the University of Adelaide's Elder Conservatorium of Music will embark on a six-hour performance marathon. Following up on the success of last year’s inaugural event the Guitarathon will kick off at 12.00 pm, Sunday 4 November in Elder Hall.
Dr Georgina Drew has been awarded an Academic Women’s Research Excellence Award (WREA) in recognition of her research excellence.
Building on the success of other campuses in Berlin, Philadelphia and elsewhere, Deakin University in Melbourne staged an Anthropocene Campus in September 2018. I am grateful to have been part of this event.
Professor Chris Beasley has been listed as the leading Australian researcher in the field of Feminism and Women’s Studies in today’s Australian glossy magazine on Research (see p. 36), it has also been officially announced that she (and Professor Martha Augoustinos) have been elected as fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
THE Faculty of Arts would like to congratulate Paola Tine, an International PhD student in Social Anthropology at the University of Adelaide for winning the 2018 Jon Prosser Award for Outstanding Work by Beginning Scholars in Visual Methodologies.
The Academic Women’s Forum (AWF), in conjunction with the Fay Gale Centre (FGC) will be holding an information session about the Barbara Kidman Fellowship scheme. Prior recipients of the fellowship, Dr Clare Hume (School of Public Health) and Dr Zoe Doubleday (School of Biological Sciences), will be speaking.