Sessions are filling fast for Learning and Teaching Week 2018, launching on 29 October 2018. The week promises to be full of interesting and informative sessions and workshops delivered by award winning educators, RSVP now to avoid disappointment.
Venue change for yoga and TaiChi
Free lunchtime Yoga and TaiChi sessions offered by Flinders Sport and Fitness have been relocated to the fitness centre to cater for all weather situations, don’t miss the last session next Tuesday 30 October. Find out more.
Wednesday 24 October, midday – Molecular Science & Technologies Seminar Series: Mythology in organic chemistry, how obsolete concepts survive (Herbert Mayr, Universität München). Several concepts in organic chemistry persist despite repeated demonstration of their inconsistency. This lecture will report on developments in the author’s laboratory on the reactivity selectivity principle, the α-Effect, and Kornblum’s rule and the Salem-Klopman concept of charge and orbital controlled reactions.
Where: Physical Sciences Building Room 0006 (off Anchor Court), no registration required.
Thursday 25 October, 12:30pm – Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity 10th Oration: A public health perspective on health of people with disability (Professor Anne Kavanagh, University of Melbourne). Read more.
Thursday 25 October, 3pm – Archaeology Seminar Series: Living on the edge, human colonisation and cultural adaptations in the Massim islands of eastern Papua New Guinea (Dr Ben Shaw, Sydney University). Read more
Thursday 25 and Friday 26 October – SAHMRI Annual Scientific Meeting themed ‘The future of health and medicine’. Free, register online.
Friday 2 November, 6:30pm – The Annual Aristotelian Celebration. Hosted by the LOGOS Centre at Flinders University and Dimitria Greek Festival, refreshments included and registration is essential by 25 October 2018, to Layla Plummer. Read more