Posts for October 2015

Online CounsellingWhere did the time go?

I think every year around March I feel like time is going slow, things are slower paced and there are less looming deadlines. I’m not sure if this is because semester is just starting and students and staff are enjoying […]

Online CounsellingCaffeine Tracker

Do you find it difficult to get to sleep at night? Are you feeling edgy and easily agitated? Do you find yourself saying “I need a coffee”?  If you answered yes to any of these it could be time to […]

Earth ScienceGEOS3220 Coastal Course – Expressions of Interest!

The course and fieldtrip will provide insight into coastal features including beaches, estuaries and inlets as well as the processes that shape these features: waves, currents, and tides. During the course you will gain knowledge in coastal environments and processes […]

Earth ScienceFrom Antarctica to the Alps: The Last Glaciers?

Silvia Frisia was invited to talk at a public meeting attended by 150 people ran by the Trentino Climate Observatory and the Department of Civil Protection on the 9th of October. The conference was titled ‘From Antarctica to the Alps: […]

Online CounsellingA little too wired to sleep

As a child we often fight sleep. As an adolescent we often change our patterns depending on our social, study and work commitments and parental pressures. In early adulthood we make the rules and when we find ourselves parenting we […]

Online CounsellingUON Mental Health Day

Tomorrow join us to raise awareness of the mental health and  and well-being needs of those who study and work in universities.  We have planned a full day of fun activities, music, food and useful information across all our campuses […]

Earth ScienceGEOS2190 Drone Footage

The drone footage below was taken at the accommodation that the students stayed at for the Nubrygan field trip, the Lake Burrendong Sport and Recreation Centre near Wellington NSW. The centre is set on 67 hectares and the footage shows […]

Earth ScienceGEOS2190 – Nubrigyn Field Trip 2015

September 2015, GEOS2190 Structural and Field Geology field trip. With three mini vans and the troopie leading the way, 22 undergraduate students set off towards Lake Burrendong for their six day field trip. The field trip focused on developing geological […]

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