13 February 2014-5 April 2014, 10.00 am-5.00 am
Building fa Deakin University Art Gallery (Melbourne Burwood Campus)
In Wunderkammer: The Cabinet of wonders, artist Rod McRae explores conservation, hunting culture, biodiversity, stewardship, colonisation and climate change. McRae's installations of taxidermied animals, some in unnatural tableaux, confront the viewer and ask us to consider our diminishing relationship with the natural world.
14 March 2014, 12.00 pm-1.00 pm
LT11 (B1.20) Burwood Campus
Five senior C-PAN staff members present their insight and experience on research fellowships;
Dr Trina Hinkley - NHMRC ECR Fellowship
Dr Kylie Hesketh - ARC Future Fellowship and ARC Discovery
Dr Sharleen O'Reilly - NHMRC TRIP Fellowship
Dr Anna Timperio - Heart Foundation Future Leaders Fellowship
Prof Aaron Russell - Motor Neurone Disease Research Institute of Australia
Joan Dooley03 9244 email@example.comDawson Kidgell03 9251 firstname.lastname@example.org
19 March 2014, 5.30 pm-7.00 pm
Deakin Edge, Federation Square, Melbourne
Distinguished scientist Professor Lord Krebs Kt FRS FMedSci presents ‘International and national perspectives on adapting to climate change: a conversation between ABC's Robyn Williams and Professor Lord Krebs’.
In this conversation with Robyn Williams, Lord Krebs will focus on actions the UK and Europe are taking to build resilience in preparing and responding to climate change, and lessons learnt that might be applicable to Australia’s climate adaptation challenges.
Cheyne Brudenell03 9246 email@example.com
24 March 2014, 12.00 pm-12.30 pm
Building FA Deakin University Art Gallery (Melbourne Burwood Campus)
In Wunderkammer: The cabinet of wonders, artist Rod McRae explores conservation, hunting culture, biodiversity, stewardship, colonisation and climate change. McRae's installations of taxidermied animals, some in unnatural tableaux, confront the viewer and ask us to consider our diminishing relationship with the natural world.
Join us for a special talk by the artist on Monday 24 March 2014, 12 pm to 12.30 pm
Julie Nolan03 firstname.lastname@example.org
28 March 2014, 12.00 pm-1.00 pm
Presentations by Dr Severine Lamon on 'The role of miRNAs as potential regulators of skeletal muscle atrophy' and Dr Kent Kowalski on 'Self-compassion in Sport, Health and Exercise'.
30 March 2014, 10.00 am-3.00 pm
Eastern Beach Reserve
The Blokes Day Out (BDO) Festival is a unique event in the Barwon region that celebrates what it is to be male. The focus is on male health and wellbeing with a huge range of local services and groups uniting to deliver a free fun day out for boys, men, their friends and families. There are a number of mostly free events being held throughout the week of Mon 24 - Sat 29 Mar covering topics including depression, diabetes, hearing tests, becoming a dad and diet.
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