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Congratulations to Nadine Chapman and her colleagues from the School of Biological Sciences on the development of a genetic test that can prevent the entry of 'killer' bees into Australia.
As a central part of its international strategy, the University is committed to fostering partnerships with other leading institutions and promoting mobility of students and staff. See the above link for information about international funding opportunities opening soon.
The Faculty of Science Teaching and Learning Awards are now open for applications. All Teaching staff are encouraged to apply.
Give blood! The Mobile Blood Service will be set up here on Eastern Avenue, 9am-3pm from Monday 20 April to Friday 24 April.
Use the news submission form to tell us about news from your School, to share here on the Faculty intranet.
Re-thinking Teaching in Geosciences from 4 pm in Room 449, Madsen Building (F09).
The second SSF for 2015 'House of Karls: Knowledge is Power', presented by Dr Karl Kruszelnicki.
Two workshops (for managers and for all staff) organised by Equity and Diversity Strategy in partnership with the Australian Network on Disability. Enrolment is via CareerPath; search under 'Diversity and Inclusion'.
The first in a series of talks celebrating International Year of Light, hosted by CUDOS.
If you know a suitable candidate please encourage them to apply.
Applications for the Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Learning and Teaching are now open and will close on 4 May. Award winners in four categories will receive $10,000.
The next Faculty Forum will take place at 1 pm in New Law Lecture Theatre 626, and will be presented by Professor Sally Andrews, Associate Dean Research.
All staff are encouraged to attend.
Celebrate the crucial role light plays in our everyday lives and the spectacular ways we use light in a multitude of applications.