News and information for students
Why should we preserve trees in our cities and towns? Can we grow healthy crops in sandy soils? How important are insects to agriculture? Does the yeast a winemaker chooses really affect the wine produced? Can we really turn food waste into usable new products? Videos from Waite in the Spotlight 2018 now available!
The School of AFW’s annual Research Day was held on Friday 30 November at Hahndorf, and again proved to be an inspiring moment to pause to reflect on and celebrate the year’s research successes and outputs, as well as showcase the impact, diversi…
Hamilton Secondary College and University of Adelaide Food & Nutrition Science Students search for solutions to promote global food security
Third year Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences students Ben McGorm and Alex Clare awarded third place in the 2018 Australian eChallenge
Food science, nutrition and agriculture students and graduates can grow, learn and connect with the Australian food industry at an upcoming summer school at the Waite campus
Consumer tastings at SARDI are always a fun way to spend 10 minutes, taste some interesting products and earn some money. Join the SARDI consumer database to be notified of new tasting panels.
Each year within the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine several scholarships are awarded to motivated and outstanding Bachelor of Viticulture and Oenology students. These scholarships are sponsored by industry groups and provide students with finan…
The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) awards a science bursary of $1,500 to a female graduate every year. Applications for the 2019 bursary are now open, and will close at the end of March 2019.
Join cyclists from around the Waite campus in the Santos Tour Down Under ‘Waite for Us’ team. Registrations for the team close on Sunday 4th November 2018.
Students as Partners is a hot topic in the area of teaching innovation which aims to break down the traditional role of teachers and students to allow the formation of true partnerships, shaping education inside and outside of the classroom