Congratulations to our water researchers in the Goyder Institute for winning the TRILITY Innovation in Large Organisations Award at the 2019 Smart Water Awards.
Students are reminded to ensure any personal computer equipment they purchase is fit for purpose and meets the minimum Australian standard if used on campus.
The Austmine STEM METS Career Pathway Program provides students with on-the-job experience, mentoring and soft skills training through a 10 week paid internship at a mining equipment, technology and services (METS) company - applications close 31 July.
The International Student Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of international students. Applications are now open for 2019!
Kell Services are giving recent engineering graduates the opportunity to showcase themselves to a panel of leading scientific employers, receive important job search advice from our recruitment specialists, plus the chance to win $1000! Applications close 6 September.
Several PhD positions, from blue skies to applied research, are available in France through #DigitAg for Australian graduates. Working for farmers and all types of agriculture, #DigitAg brings actors together in several interdisciplinary programmes to develop new digital methods and technologies: the innovations of the future.
ECMS are offering a large number of possible projects spanning all of our schools, institutes and research centres. Applications open Monday 8 July and close 5pm Friday 20 September 2019.
Co-curated by Amit Srivastava (SABE) and opening July 13 at Tin Sheds Gallery (University of Sydney), Fusion of Horizons tells the story of five pioneering architects from Australia who travelled throughout Asia in the post-war years and fundamentally contributed to the architecture and design of the continent.
Congratulations to PhD student, Mr Johnny Lim, who received the 2019 Elsevier Young Scientist Award (and USD$750) for the best student talk at the Chern Institute of Mathematics, Nankai University conference in Tianjin, China.