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#21338 AAEE2016 - Accommodation
04-Dec-2016 ~ 07-Dec-2016
#21256 Australasian Association of Engineering Education Conference (AAEE2016)
04-Dec-2016 ~ 07-Dec-2016

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#21473 Australasian - Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (A-CSEAR) Conference
07-Dec-2016 ~ 09-Dec-2016

The 2016 A-CSEAR Conference will be held on 7 to 9 December 2016 (Emerging Scholars Colloquium 7 Dec, Main Conference 8-9 Dec 2016), at the Adelaide Zoo Sanctuary Conference centre, Adelaide, South Australia.

The theme of the conference is “Connecting with Nature” as participants will have the opportunity to connect with flora and fauna at the Adelaide Zoo venue. 

Papers are welcome in any area of social and environmental accounting research, but particularly in areas of ecology, biodiversity, justice & equity, integrated reporting and innovative methodological approaches. The conference is specifically designed to be a place where emerging researchers can discuss their ideas and papers with more established colleagues in a supportive environment.

 
#21650 Saturday Public Sessions at the Adelaide Planetarium: 1:00pm, 7th January 2017 - Wildest Weather in the Solar System
07-Jan-2017 ~ 07-Jan-2017
#21651 Saturday Public Sessions at the Adelaide Planetarium: 2:45pm, 7th January 2017 - Night Sky Tour
07-Jan-2017 ~ 07-Jan-2017
#21517 Pitjantjatjara Language Summer School
09-Jan-2017 ~ 20-Jan-2017

Presented by the University of South Australia’s School of Communication, International Studies & Languages.

The Pitjantjatjara Language Summer School will benefit people who have contact with Pitjantjatjara people in the course of their work. People completing the Summer School should be able to enter into elementary conversations with Pitjantjatjara people. There will also be historical and cross-cultural information within the curriculum.

Consisting of oral practice, elementary vocabulary, basic grammar and written exercises the School will be conducted with sessions of role play with an emphasis on oral fluency, small group sessions for revision and practice or oral language and grammar sessions. It will provide structures on which students can build further progress in the language.

Our Course Coordinator will deliver this two week program with the assistance of five traditional tutors from the APY Lands and northern parts of South Australia. The tutors, who come from communities such as Umuwa, Ernabella and Amata will work with small groups of participants throughout the course and will provide first-hand knowledge of the Pitjantjatjara language and culture from a Traditional Aboriginal perspective.

By the end of the course the students will be:

  • familiar with a basic vocabulary of approximately 300 words
  • familiar with the sounds of the language and able to reproduce them
  • have a basic grammatical knowledge with an understanding of the four noun and four verb classes and four or five tenses of the verbs in each class
  • be able to converse in simple sentences.

Further Enquiries:

School of Communication, International Studies and Languages
Ph: (08) 8302 4888
Fax: (08) 8302 4745
Email: CILTeaching@unisa.edu.au

 

 
#21633 Summer School Holiday Program 2017
09-Jan-2017 ~ 19-Jan-2017

Come to the Planetarium these school holidays for a fun and educational experience. Take a journey to outer space and enjoy a full dome movie.

 
#21642 SciFun Day @ the Adelaide Planetarium - January 2017
11-Jan-2017 ~ 24-Jan-2017
hese school holidays enjoy 3 hours of full on entertainment experiencing a Planetarium session, seeing a SciWorld show and doing some hands-on science experiments all in one location. Building P, UniSA Mawson Lakes 
#21414 Ancient Skies
17-Jan-2017 ~ 21-Feb-2017
#21493 Open and Distance Learning Association (ODLAA) Conference 2017
05-Feb-2017 ~ 07-Feb-2017
Our theme, Expanding Horizons in Open & Distance Learning has three sub-themes of: Openness Community Innovation 
#21504 Medicine and Device Surveillance CRE: PBS Training Workshops
14-Feb-2017 ~ 16-Feb-2017
#21617 Preparing for Health Science Workshop
14-Feb-2017 ~ 17-Feb-2017
This four-day workshop is designed to smooth the transition to university studies for students about to commence any of the UniSA health science undergraduate programs 
#21559 Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network Conference 2017
21-Mar-2017 ~ 24-Mar-2017

Explore new knowledge on our most precious coastal frontiers; saltmarsh and mangroves. Over two days we will listen to the latest regarding their role as the first line of defence in global change as well as new ways of working with nature through community management of our coastal wetlands for healthy waterways. Plus visit the fabulous saltmarshes of Bruny Island and Barilla Bay in southern Tasmania. CSIRO and the University of Tasmania are proud to host the 3rd Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network Conference (AMSN). The conference brings together researchers, industry, community and environmental consultants to discuss the latest science and management for saltmarsh and mangrove ecosystems.

 
#21415 Australian Historical Association Conference 2017
04-Jul-2017 ~ 07-Jul-2017
#21546 Griffith University Strata and Community Title in Australia for the 21st Century 2017 Conference
06-Sep-2017 ~ 08-Sep-2017

Griffith University has hosted the well received biennial Strata and Community Title in Australia for the 21st Century conference since 2005. The conference has now established a reputation and tradition that places the university in a strong position to attract industry leaders from a range of sectors and countries and to develop a well-orchestrated, topical and provocative agenda to be delivered by top quality speakers. It will again be our objective to bring together representatives of the broad spectrum of strata and community title players, with particular emphasis attached to building on our strong connections with all levels of government.

The conference’s over-riding objective is to stimulate debate and research consistent with building and strengthening partnerships across the full spectrum of strata title stakeholders. The conference programme is developed in the spirit of advancing cohesiveness and more fully realising the potential of strata and community title ownership to deliver sustainable outcomes in communal living and working environments.

 
#21547 Griffith University Strata and Community Title in Australia for the 21st Century 2017 Conference - Accommodation
06-Sep-2017 ~ 08-Sep-2017

Griffith University has hosted the well received biennial Strata and Community Title in Australia for the 21st Century conference since 2005. The conference has now established a reputation and tradition that places the university in a strong position to attract industry leaders from a range of sectors and countries and to develop a well-orchestrated, topical and provocative agenda to be delivered by top quality speakers. It will again be our objective to bring together representatives of the broad spectrum of strata and community title players, with particular emphasis attached to building on our strong connections with all levels of government.

The conference’s over-riding objective is to stimulate debate and research consistent with building and strengthening partnerships across the full spectrum of strata title stakeholders. The conference programme is developed in the spirit of advancing cohesiveness and more fully realising the potential of strata and community title ownership to deliver sustainable outcomes in communal living and working environments.

 
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