News: faculty of arts
Forty years ago, in a tiny community called Balgo on the fringe of the Kimberley and the Great Sandy Desert in Western Australia, one of Australia’s brightest art movements was born.
Congratulations to Oliver Ducros, Charley Kennedy-Dinan, Gillian Hagenus and Cameron Green for winning the 2021 Vice-Chancellor's Cup on Friday 17 September. This is the second year in a row that the Faculty of Arts has won the race that stops the campus. Well done to all runners and supporters!
The School of Education has been awarded Apple Distinguished School (ADS) status for 2021-2024.
Students with a passion for future technologies – especially those who want to develop and create them – can now combine their artistic and technical skills in a cutting edge Virtual Reality Design and Development course offered by the University of Adelaide.
Congratulations to Faculty of Arts student Kristen Lucas for recently achieving the Adelaide Graduate Award.
A Literary Dinner was recently held at Soi 25 Restaurant and Bar in Sydney to celebrate the publication of Assoc. Prof. Paul Sendziuk’s co-authored book, In the Eye of the Storm: Volunteers and Australia’s Response to the HIV/AIDS Crisis. The event featured the authors in conversation with host Brandan Bear, and was presented by The Bookshop Darlinghurst, the AIDS Council of NSW, City of Sydney and NewSouth Books. (Photos by Deep Field Photography.)
The differences in etiquette between Japan and the West can be difficult to understand for first-time visitors to Japan, but in a session with expert Eri Dennis, students are offered unique insight into Japanese business etiquette, as well as the culture and communication features of Japan and China, across industry, government and society in general.
Japanese Consul-General holds Order of the Rising Sun award ceremony for Emeritus Professor Purnendra Jain in Adelaide
Congratulations to our very own Amelia Rungkat who was awarded Student Volunteer of the Year 2020.
On February 19 , Wakefield Press held a book launch for Andrew Hunter’s Port Adelaide to Shanghai: Taking Australia’s game to the world.