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If you intend to graduate in the Semester 1, 2021 Conferral Round (Ceremony in September 2021), please check your application status in Access Adelaide now.
Congratulations to the ECMS researchers, current students and alumni who received awards and were named in the recent InDaily 40 Under 40 Awards.
Calling all students to film and submit an original performance video to go in the running to win the top prize of $500 in cash! Performances can be of any style: dance, singing, comedy, magic…the more entertaining the better. Register by 9 July.
The Art of the Possible is a student-led festival in partnership with the Adelaide Festival of Ideas, launching 19 – 23 July 2021. The festival offers a suite of events aimed to celebrate creativity of University of Adelaide students and we want to help you share your work with the public. Categories include the Andy Thomas Centre for Space Research feature writing competition and digital art competition. Submissions close 21 June.
Congratulations to the three ECMS researchers who have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships to continue their world-class research at leading US universities.
The Kaurna Learning Circle has been shortlisted in the ‘People’s Choice’ category of the AILA Landscape Architecture People’s Choice Award. Voting closes 2 June.
We want to know about your experience at the University of Adelaide – your thoughts will help us improve the student experience for current and future international students. The survey closes 7 June.
The University Library has a range of resources and services that support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, staff and Indigenous coursework and research.
Associate Professor Mathias Baumert and team have, for the first time, discovered a "clear link between the frequency and duration of unconscious wakefulness during night-time sleep and an increased risk of dying from diseases of the heart and blood vessels, and death from any cause, particularly in women".
Congratulations to Dr Abel Santos and his project team, whose project "Photonic Viropsy: Harnessing light on chip for precise SARS–CoV–2 diagnosis" has been awarded funding by the Australia-India Strategic Research Fund.