Potential midyear graduates can now check their graduation status via: Portal > Student > Graduation and beyond > Graduation Status.
Students must be ‘Approved’ by 5.00pm on Friday 10 July in order to graduate midyear. Under no circumstances can late approvals be accepted.
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Can great art be made in regional areas? Does distance from cultural capitals give rise to an artistic vacuum or allow creative freedom? Does relocation disconnect artists from their original landscape? How can you portray over there from over here? Helen Trinca, Brooke Davis and Rebecca Giggs from Griffith Review: Looking West explore creating art on the periphery with Griffith Review editor, Julianne Schultz.
Follow Miss Mona Stangley and her girls as they fight a group of do-gooders, led by crusading television reporter Melvin P Thorpe, to save their little Whorehouse from closure.
Book by Larry L King and Peter Masterson
Music and Lyrics by Carol Hall
By arrangement with Originï¿½ï¿½€ï¿½ï¿½ï¿½ Theatrical on behalf of Samuel French Inc.
This production contains adult themes and strong language.
Tickets: $33 / $21.50 / $11.50
The College invites all social, behavioural and humanities methodology changers, early career researchers, and doctoral candidates to attend the Seminar presented by Dr Peter Hall on Mapping at Nathan campus.
This free choice elective provides you with the opportunity to volunteer at a not-for-profit organisation for around 50 hours during the semester, gain valuable work experience and receive 10CP academic credit at the same time.
We are offering on campus student consultations where you can find out more and talk to someone who can match your skills with the right internship. Come to one of our drop in sessions and meet Ben or Emily. No booking required. Alternatively phone Be...