Launch of the Centre for Agribusiness - Save the Date!
UNE Business School is excited to announce the launch of the Centre for Agribusiness will take place this month - Thursday 28 July 2016, from 5:30pm - 7pm upstairs at the White Bull Hotel, Marsh Street.
Attendees will meet the sponsors of IFAMA 2016 and hear from our students about their insights on the future of food and fibre.
RSVP: Monday 25 July to Helen Taylor,
firstname.lastname@example.org or 6773 3417
Read more about the Centre and the Rural Focus Symposium on campus 27 - 29 July
Northcott, an innovative and dynamic not-for-profit organisation, is putting out the call for their second round of mentorship opportunities. Read more ...
Where in the world?
UNE Business School staff continue to attend conferences and workshops all over the country and the world in May and June:
2016 3 Minute Thesis Competition
It’s that time again!
University of Queensland’s 3 Minute Thesis competition (3MT) comes around every year and UNE Business School will again have some strong competitors, taking advantage of the excellent communication and professional development opportunity for HDR candidates. Read more ...
Warm congratulations to UNE Business School PhD graduate Dr Siew King Ting – universally known as Sting, who has left her Lectureship at UiTM Kota Kinabalu to take up a Senior Lectureship at UiTM Sarawak in early 2016. Read more ...
We share with UNE School of Environmental and Rural Science in offering warm congratulations to UNE graduates Kirsty McCormack (Bachelor of Rural Science) and Kristy-Lee Fogarty (Bachelor of Agribusiness) in being named finalists for their states QLD and NT respectively in the Cattle Councils Rising Champions Competition. Read more ...
Business/Ag student Rebecca Clapperton made the news last week as a recipient of the South Burnett Mayor's Bursary, recognising her strong leadership as a woman in the agricultural community. Bec is due to head to Wyoming for a 6 month exchange program - watch this space for her updates! Read more ...
PhD student Andrea Laddomada visiting from University of Cagliari, located in Sardinia, Italy, made the local news recently for his cultural contributions to Armidale's club scene. Andrea was in Armidale to work for 3 months with Professor Brian Dollery in the UNE Business School - while he was here, he played a few sets of Euro House music at the Armidale Club! Read more ...