4 April 2013-5 April 2013
Geelong Waterfront Campus
The 2013 Papua New Guinea symposium is the third in the annual series of symposia that are intended to aid communication among researchers and practitioners in PNG, Australia, and elsewhere in the region. This year, the focus will be on the subject of leadership: what kind of leadership is most appropriate for PNG, as it overcomes the many challenges it is facing?
Michelle Verso03 5259 email@example.comJodi Morgan03 924 firstname.lastname@example.org
5 April 2013-6 April 2013
Forums and workshops
Melbourne Burwood Campus
A two day Masterclass in Animation and Story Development featuring instructors Matthew Luhn (Head of Story) and Andrew Gordon (Animator), both from Pixar Animation Studios.
8 April 2013-2 May 2013, 9.00 am-5.00 am
The annual Deakin Music Month is one of the biggest events on the University Calendar. Each campus comes alive with regular performances from national, local and student bands and DJ's along with interactive workshops and plenty of fun.
Make sure you check posters on campus, your student guide or the DUSA facebook for details of whats happening near you.
Harry Upton03 9244 email@example.comZita Tattersall03 5563 firstname.lastname@example.orgErin Costello03 5227 email@example.com
9 April 2013, 11.00 am-2.00 pm
Burwood Campus - Mutant Way
The annual Banquet Festival is a FREE, ALL AGES, music, art and food festival on the Burwood campus. Presented by DUSA this event is one of the highlights of Deakin Music Month. This years Banquet will feature performances by ALLDAY and SOLILOQUY plus heaps of fun games, interactive amusements and a variety of food and drink stalls run by student clubs and societies.
10 April 2013-19 April 2013, 10.00 am-4.00 pm
Available at all campus and one e-live session
The Library invites you to participate in Digital Scholarship 2020, a professional development program to assist with the implementation of LIVE the future: Agenda 2020; and to support the University’s strategic directions in teaching and learning, and research.
Register now for the Digital Scholarship 2020 workshops, held between April 10 and 19 at each campus.
Daisy Tyson, Manager Faculty Services03 firstname.lastname@example.org
11 April 2013, 10.00 pm-11.50 pm
Eve Bar, 334 City Rd, South Melbourne
NCDJC is one of Australia's premier national DJ competitions, backed by over 30 University and TAFE student unions throughout Australia. The annual competition gives student DJ's the opportunity to mix it with the industry's best, and win some awesome prizes.
DUSA is proud to host the Burwood heat at Eve Bar on 11th April.
To register as a competitor please visit www.aaca.net.au/ncdjc
Harry Upton03 9244 email@example.com
12 April 2013, 5.00 pm-6.30 pm
Phoenix Gallery, Melbourne Buwood Campus
And the premiere of the documentary film:
"World Within", No More.
This exhibition is a result of a joint field school undertaken in Sarawak, Malaysia, in June 2012, by students and staff from the Faculty of Arts and Education, Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies, and Film and Television, working in partnership with the Rurum Kelabit Sarawak.
Simon Wilmot(03) 92517665
16 April 2013, 11.00 am-2.00 pm
The Central Precinct Atrium (between Caffeine and the Gym)
Want to experience another culture, gain academically, develop both personally and professionally all whilst traveling and having fun?
Then this year’s Study Overseas Expo is a “must”. If you are looking to add a unique experience to your social, personal and career development then come along to the Study Overseas Expo and explore the global classroom for yourself.
You will also have the chance to attend seminars hosted by international speakers about their programs available.
Ally Scale03 9244 firstname.lastname@example.orgSteve Hepworth03 9244 email@example.com
17 April 2013-25 May 2013, 10.00 am-4.00 pm
Exhibition at Deakin University Art Gallery, Melbourne Burwood Campus. Too often when we think of artists we imagine them in the centre of the CBD surrounded by the bustle of the central city area and yet global concerns and themes don't just occupy the art of the city artist. They also inform and shape the thoughts and processes of the artist working alone in their suburban studio. See the miscellenay of art created across the City of Whitehorse in this surprising exhibition.
Julie Nolan03 firstname.lastname@example.org
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