News: Petroleum Engineering
Congratulations to the University of Adelaide Student Chapter of AAPG who have been selected as a grant recipient for the 2019 American Association of Petroleum Geologists Foundation L. Austin Weeks Undergraduate Grant Program.
We are seeking dedicated and passionate casual staff to assist with the delivery of our Semester 2 undergraduate and postgraduate courses, commencing Monday 29 July.
Congratulations to Yazan Arouri (Australian School of Petroleum) who has been awarded the prestigious Playford Memorial Trust Scholarship.
Congratulations to Dharshana Navaratnam and Joshua Johnston (Australian School of Petroleum) who were among 70 students from around the world chosen to attend the Education Week program of the International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC) in Beijing.
One of the University of Adelaide's most distinguished alumni and one of the world's preeminent economic geologists, Ken McClay, has recently returned to his hometown roots to take up a Honorary Professorship at the Australian School of Petroleum.
Congratulations to Max Donaldson (School Chemical Engineering), Brayden Sturm (School of Chemical Engineering) and Sophia Li (Australian School of Petroleum and CEME) who were recently awarded AusIMM EEF Premium Scholarships.
The jointly awarded PhD Program from the University of Adelaide and the University of Nottingham has now open to all disciplines, including Engineering!
The Australian Institute for Nuclear Science and Engineering (AINSE) is offering a prestigious scholarship for students interested in the use of nuclear techniques, across a wide range of disciplines. Students studying disciplines such as archaeology, biology, chemistry, engineering, geology, materials science, medicine, nanotechnology, and physics are encouraged to apply.
Australian Academy of Sciences Selby Fellowship Public Lecture - Will the Earth become too hot for your grandchildren to handle: the science and politics of carbon emissions and storage.
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