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Congratulations to Ellen MacDougall

Congratulations to Ellen MacDougall, who passed her PhD viva recently.

Ellen’s thesis is an original analysis of how figural representations of foreign peoples and places featured on Roman coinage between their earliest extant appearance in 138 B.C. 120 more words

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New e-Resources | WYWA 2017

Engineering & Design

  • Frontfile e-book collections acquired:
    – IEEE-Wiley 2017
    – Springer Chemistry & Materials 2017 plus 2000-2004 backfile
    – Springer Energy 2017 & Engineering 2017…
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Career Planning for International Students: How to Make The Most of Placement Opportunities & Careers Network's Support

By Zoe Chan, LLB Law Graduate 2017, originally from Hong Kong

I have just graduated from UoB with a LLB in Law – and I have enjoyed every second of it. 452 more words

College Of Arts & Law

CONFLICT. CfP for the ASMCF-SSFH PG Study Day 2018

3 March 2018

The Institute of Modern Languages Research

University of London,

Keynote: Emile Chabal (Edinburgh)

Deadline for abstracts: January 12 2018

Contemporary society is riven by conflict, be it in the public, political or intellectual arena. 384 more words

Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTA) Program

Andrea Lucherini, UQ Fire’s PhD student, recently graduated from the Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTA) program. The program based at The University of Queensland is designed to foster the next generation of great teachers by providing participants with the knowledge and skills to motivate and engage with students. 30 more words

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Guest post: Conserving Edward Thomas’ herbarium

The following post comes from Pamela Murray, an MSc Conservation Practice Student at Cardiff University and conservation volunteer at Glamorgan Archives. She has been working on the Edward Thomas Conservation project as a student conservator thanks to the generous support of the  650 more words

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Fair fares: Pressure builds to secure concession cards for postgrads | Mojo

Fares Fair PTV, a coalition of Victorian university student associations, is working to secure student public transport concessions for full-time postgraduate students.

The group claims the concession, which is available to postgraduates in all other states, would be beneficial as postgrads have the same limited earning capacity as undergraduate students. 544 more words

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