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? REGISTER NOW for Waite in the Spotlight 2018
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
The University of Adelaide and CSIRO have now launched an elite industry-focused research training PhD Program with the first students starting in early 2019. Applications are open now until Wednesday, 31 October 2018
The Women in STEM Careers program (WiSC) is looking for partners to help continue the program into 2019 and beyond. As one of the largest Australian leadership programs for female STEM students, the WiSC Program aims to reduce the gender gap across STEM industries
PhD students from across the Waite this week presented their research at the Annual Postgraduate Symposium. Prizes were also awarded for the best presentations.
Interested in basic or applied research in the Australian wine industry? Postgraduate research opportunities are currently available to join the ARC Training Centre for Innovative Wine Production.
The next round of Postgraduate Internship Awards at the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF) have been announced! Applications close 30 November 2018
Applications are invited from talented students who want to attend the 2018 Australian Society of Viticulture and Oenology (ASVO) seminar
Students from the School of Ag, Food and Wine were awarded the best poster presentation at The University of Adelaide Undergraduate Research Conference