Posts for October 2016

Tectonics and Earth ResourcesGEOS2190 – Potato Point – South Coast NSW

GEOS2190 – Structural and Field Geology changed its location in 2016! Instead a mapping on km-scale in the Hill-End trough, we travelled to Potato Point and Mystery Bay in South Coast NSW. The objective was the mapping of bedding and […]

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Earth ScienceGEOS3220 Field Trip Details – Apply now for Feb 2017 course

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  1. Irene

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  3. Isobel Fitzpatrick

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Geography, Environmental Studies, and Development StudiesMelina Ey published in Crikey!

Former Development Studies student Melinda Ey has recently had an article published by Crikey! You can read the article here. This piece came out of some time that Melinda recently shared with women from the village of Bulga, who are […]

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Online CounsellingWhat’s on this week

This week on campus counsellors have been given the opportunity to be part of both Pride Week as well as the screening and discussion of the documentary The Hunting Ground. Here are the event details if you are interested in […]

Geography, Environmental Studies, and Development StudiesPrestigious Award to Jenny Cameron

Jenny Cameron along with her colleagues Katherine Gibson and Stephen Healy (from Western Sydney University) and Wendy Harcourt (from the International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague) has been awarded a prestigious Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project Award. There were 116 […]

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Online CounsellingMake a Promise to yourself

October 10th is World Mental Health Day. This year the theme is around making a promise to yourself, a commitment to look after your own mental health and wellbeing.  This promise can be anything that might help you look after […]

Online CounsellingLooking into the procrastinator’s brain

As we approach the busier end of semester in terms of assessment and study preparation I again find myself surrounded with requests from students for how to stop procrastinating. I’ve done previous posts on this topic and developed a tip […]

Geography, Environmental Studies, and Development StudiesWhat do academics do during breaks?

During this mid-semester break, Jenny Cameron got to do some field work on her Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery project entitled “Reconfiguring the Enterprise: Shifting Manufacturing Culture in Australia”. This research is looking at innovation in Australian manufacturing—and not just […]

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