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ADSRI newsletter

Australian Demographic & Social Research Institute

ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences

 

Number 3/2014

 

New ideas & challenges in demography

Academics, practitioners and policy makers came together at a one-day symposium to share and discuss ideas on research needed to identify the important demographic changes occurring in Australia and the possible implications these will have for the future.

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Sir Roland Wilson scholarship

ADSRI PhD scholar, Marie McAuliffe, has been awarded a prestigious Sir Roland Wilson scholarship.

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Photo of Prof Naohiro Ogawa

Naohiro Ogawa public lecture

Professor Ogawa spoke at a public lecture sponsored by ADSRI and the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research on 12 November.

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Yangon University academics

Demography course for Yangon University academics

ADSRI taught an intensive short course on Social and Demographic Research Methods for foundation staff members of the Population Research Centre at Yangon University.

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Jalal Abbasi-Shavazi

Jalal Abbasi-Shavazi

We said farewell to Jalal Abbasi-Shavazi in September after a very long association with demography at ANU.

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Jack Caldwell

Jack Caldwell reminisces

Read about Jack Caldwell's introduction to demography and the beginning of his PhD studies in the discipline.

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Photo of James and Fauzi with their posters.

PhD work in progress (WIP) day

Another successful PhD WIP day was held in September. PhD candidates and three Master of Social Research Advanced students presented their research to ADSRI staff and students.

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Photo of James and Fauzi with their posters.

Save on tuition fees for Master of Social Research

Three Commonwealth Supported Places will be available for new domestic students applying for the Master of Social Research in 2015.

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Photo of James and Fauzi with their posters.

Survey Data Analysis poster session

Survey Data Analysis is a graduate course taught by ADSRI. Students prepare a poster based on their research as part of the assessment.

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Photo of James and Fauzi with their posters.

World Social Science Fellow

Mulyadi, a recent PhD graduate, has been selected as a World Social Science Fellow.

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Photo of James and Fauzi with their posters.

Global Corporate Challenge

Nine ADSRI staff members participated the Global Corporate Challenge and one team came third among the ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences teams. There was lots of friendly competition with team members trying to do more steps each day than other teams.

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ARC success

Edith Gray, Ann Evans and James Raymer were successful in gaining funding in the ARC Discovery Project grants announced recently.

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Lecturer appointed

Dr Mike Roettger has been appointed as Lecturer in Social Demography and will join ADSRI in 2015. He will strengthen the ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences research in demography, criminology and applied social research.

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Caldwell African Visiting Fellowship awarded

Dr Makandwe Nyirenda from the Africa Centre for Health & Population Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa has been awarded the first John C Caldwell African Research Visiting Fellowship.

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Graduation

In December, seven students will graduate with the Master of Social Research and two with the Master of Social Research (Advanced). Congratulations to all the graduating students.

Alumni & friends news

Updates on alumni & friends of ADSRI.

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Recent publications

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Contact us

demography.anu.edu.au

(02) 6125 3629

jenny.white@anu.edu.au

 


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