Earth ScienceAusIMM Student Meet Industry Night 23/03/18

The Annual AusIMM Students meet industry night will be held at the Newcastle Museum, March 23 @ 6pm. This is a great opportunity for you to meet and network with fellow students and industry professionals including potential future employers! The […]

Tectonics and Earth ResourcesBending orogens into oroclines

Structural geologists have long debated the tectonic significance of the sinuous map patterns of mountain belt trend lines. The term orocline was originally defined by Carey (1955) to denote map-view curves that developed by bending of an existing linear orogenic […]

Earth ScienceEarth Science- “Just Google it”

“Just Google it” is the answer to many questions these days. Now when you ask, “Where is Earth Sciences?” you can find that on Google too! Dr Bill Landenberger, Head of Earth Science discipline, submitted a request to have the […]

Online CounsellingHappy Holidays

As we come towards the end of another year, the online counselling team would like to wish you all the best for Christmas and New Year.  Counselling and Online Counselling will be taking a well earned break from Mon 18th […]

Tectonics and Earth ResourcesGeometry of the Gilmore Fault Zone

Deepika Venkataramani successfully completed her M.Phil and her first publication has been out for a while now. Deepika used a joint inversion of geophysical potential fields to assess the geometry of the Gilmore Fault Zone, a key fault to unlock […]

Online CounsellingSkype Drop In

  As we come toward the end of Semester 2, many of you will have already finished or be nearly done with your exams and placements. Time to enjoy some well deserved rest and relaxation over the summer break! Or […]

Earth ScienceNational Council of Women award recipient!

PhD candidate, Emma Austin, from the Centre for Water, Climate and Land (CWCL) in the Faculty of Science, has been awarded a National Council of Women New South Wales (NCW NSW) Australia Day Award. The awards recognise talented young women […]

Geography, Environmental Studies, and Development StudiesQuiet Activism in Sydney’s Foodscapes: Associate Professor Andrew McGregor visits for Seminar Series

  We were fortunate to have Associate Professor Andrew McGregor from Macquarie University to present for our seminar series discussing ‘Prefigurative politics and plant-based food in the Anthropocene: quiet activism within Sydney’s foodscapes’.    Andrew’s research spans across development studies, human […]

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