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NewsFeed: 12 – 16 September

Back with all the latest from the Media & Comms HQ.
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Monday

What’s in a name?
• Beheaded and exiled, the two previous King Charleses bookended the abolition of the monarchy. So what lies ahead for Kind Charles III? Dr Jess Carniel wrote an article for The Conversation.

Yes, you did see us in Australian Geographic!
• Uncle Wayne Fossey provided expert comment for an article about why the story of indigenous resistance warrior, Multuggerah fills an important gap in Australian history.

Tuesday

Ah… choo!
• ‘Tis the season for sneezing! But if you’re sneezing with hay fever… native plants probably aren’t the culprit. Find out why from microbiologist Associate Professor John Dearnaley via The Conversation.

Welcome to our (agriculture) classroom.
• A brilliant feature in The Chronicle ft. a pair of besties (Hector and Brad – remember them?) and academics Professor Craig Baillie and Dr Meg Edwards.

Wednesday

Launching…
• Our First Nations blueprint – to guide the future of education and research, and celebrate the power of ‘place’. Hear from Professor Tony Dreise and then read all about it! And if you’re wanting more – check out the suite of photos from the event.

Talk about a stellar report card!
• Because we’ve received maximum ratings for job outcomes and education experience. Thanks, Good Universities Guide!

Thursday

Calling all law firms…
• Our Future Ready Regional and Rural Legal Conference is just around the corner! Legal eagles, swoop.

Come for the flowers, stay for the stars!
• Our Festival of Astronomy and Space is just around the corner… and it’s shaping up to be, you guessed it, stellar! Find out what’s on.

Friday

Hitting it for six! 
• The Sydney Morning Herald featured Business student and Australian cricket player Rachael Haynes announcing her retirement from the sport. 


'Breathtaking' new research.
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Dr Lei Ge has been awarded government funding to explore carbon dioxide (CO2) as a viable renewable carbon resource. Read more. 

 

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