Posts for June 2017

Online CounsellingSkype Drop In

It is that time of the semester again. Exams are over, placements are wrapping up, and hopefully everyone is taking some much needed time to rest and rejuvenate. During these times we find that less of you are wanting to […]

Online CounsellingOf Substance

Guest post by Lachlan Tiffen Psychologist/UON D&A Counsellor So we’re at the end of semester and depending on what your plans are will likely mean a bit of celebrating. This might be here with friends you’ve made, while travelling during the […]

Online CounsellingJust keep swimming

Sometimes at this point of semester it can seem like time is very fluid. One minute you’re staring at the page thinking I have been trying to read this forever! The next you are heading into an exam and wondering […]

Online CounsellingTaking Care of Yourself

It is that time of year when taking care of yourself seems just that little bit harder. What with exams and study and assessments and placements and now it is winter! Seasonal Affective Disorder is a term some of you […]

STATS + XThe Swiss Army Knife of Disciplines

Statistics is everywhere, designing clinical trials, identifying key factors influencing educational success, industrial and business systems analysis and improvement, … as a statistician you get to play in everyone’s backyard. Professionals from QANTAS, NASA, NSWHealth, Hunter Valley Coal Chain, and across […]

Geography, Environmental Studies, and Development StudiesUnite to Celebrate 90 Years of the Geographical Society of NSW

Calling all enthusiastic geographers! You are invited to attend the Geographical Society of New South Wales Gala Dinner to celebrate 90 years since the society’s founding. This will be a great networking opportunity for students and academics alike. The event […]

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Earth ScienceGEOS3250 GIS Poster Presentations

  GEOS3250: Geographic Information Systems students recently engaged in a poster session where they presented a given poster topics to their peers. The topics focused on exploring the world of GIS and remote sensing. Students were required to present their […]

Herding The Green ChickenScenarios – what form do they take?

Scenarios can have qualitative or quantitative aspects or both. Qualitative (descriptions) and quantitative (modelling) aspects of scenarios can also be complementary. Commonly, the approach has been a story and simulation approach that combines a descriptive story line with numerical modelling. […]

Online CounsellingManaging Exam Anxiety

Written by Gemma Edgar (Student Counsellor for English Language and Foundation Studies programs) Exams are coming up and that usually means that students start to feel stressed, anxious and a little overwhelmed. Feeling some degree of anxiety and stress is natural […]

Earth ScienceENVS3007 Environmental Remediation Field Trip 2017

  On May 5th 2017, ENVS3007 Environmental Remediation students visited a former “town gas” work site in Clyde St, Hamilton. Students were shown around the site by a member of Jemena, the company which is currently responsible for monitoring and […]

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