Events for 14 November, 2019

Service-learning Australia Summit

Service-learning Australia Summit

The Summit will explore a range of topics within SL and have a refreshing and innovative format whether you are new to the concept of SL, or are looking for more of a masterclass experience.
2019 MATE Summit

2019 MATE Summit

The second annual MATE conference seeks to gather like-minded people to come together to discuss the prevention of violence against women and gender equality. We will discuss the promotion of gender equality, redefining masculinity and how we can proactively contribute to long-term cultural change in our daily lives. You will also hear innovative ways organisations are responding to and preventing violence in their fields.
Managing a Funded Research Grant

Managing a Funded Research Grant

Find out how the University will help you manage your research grant so you can get on with the project.
Systematic Quantitative Literature Review workshops

Systematic Quantitative Literature Review workshops

Learn how to use Systematic quantitative literature review as a smart and effective method for undertaking literature reviews and in the afternoon, an advanced workshop will focus on key stages where issues may arise.
Status Unknown

Status Unknown

Matthew Newkirk and Aden Sargeant critically respond to the spectacle of Australian politics and media. Their work utilises the method of detournement to expose injustice through the appropriation, manipulation and subversion of motifs from mainstream politics, media and activist iconography.
PERSPECTIVES:ASIA | Bold, Simple or Dumb: Australia's economic engagement with Asia.

PERSPECTIVES:ASIA | Bold, Simple or Dumb: Australia's economic engagement with Asia.

Dr Stephanie Fahey, CEO of the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade), draws on her personal and professional experience to offer insights into what's driving, and inhibiting, Australia's trade with our neighbours.
Status Unknown: Matthew Newkirk & Aden Sargeant

Status Unknown: Matthew Newkirk & Aden Sargeant

Matthew Newkirk and Aden Sargeant critically respond to the spectacle of Australian politics and media. Their work utilises the method of detournement to expose injustice through the appropriation, manipulation and subversion of motifs from mainstream politics, media and activist iconography.