The Faculty and School will hold several training sessions and seminars during 2020. The dates and topics for these are listed below. If you need further advice or support contact Dr Carolyn Beasley. Training in the School of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (curated by Jessica Balanzategui): 26 February: Planning and scheduling annual research goals... Continue Reading →
Staff and students in Swinburne's Department of Social Sciences are raising funds for refugees with a screening of The Staging Post: A story of refugee resilience. The Staging Post follows two Afghan Hazara refugees, Muzafar and Khadim. Stuck in Indonesia after Australia 'stopped the boats' and facing many years in limbo, they built a community... Continue Reading →
The Italian elections: Where to now? 12 March 2018 at 09.30am in EN 213 - Guest speaker: Massimo Scialla Massimo Scialla (1946) has a degree in Economics and Commerce from the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. Between 1971 and 2005 Dr Scialla worked at the Banca di Roma (the second largest Italian bank), where he... Continue Reading →
Swinburne's Department of Social Sciences is hosting a welcome/welcome back BBQ for new and returning students. Friday 2 March 2018 1-3pm Hammer & Swine Bar (Balcony) Level 3, UN Building, Swinburne University, Hawthorn Campus Food and soft drink supplied. Alcoholic drinks can also be purchased at the bar. The BBQ will be held on the... Continue Reading →
Family Welcome Event Tue 06 Feb 6:00pm – 8:00pm - Room ATC101/AMDC301 The Faculty of Health, Arts and Design warmly invites new students and their families to this special welcome event. This welcome event is for students within the arts, social sciences and humanities study areas. Learn about the Swinburne experience, your faculty and the... Continue Reading →
Join us to celebrate the end of semester. Toast yourselves, your friends, and our local Swinburne Nobel Peace Prize laureate! Friday 27 October, from 4pm at the Hawthorn Hotel. All students and staff from the Department of Social Science (Politics, History, International Studies, Philosophy, Sociology, Environmental Studies, Languages, and Indigenous Studies) are welcome to attend.... Continue Reading →
Welcome/Welcome Back BBQ! Friday 3 March, 12-2.30pm at Central Gardens (Henry St, Hawthorn) All Politics, History, International Studies, and Indigenous Studies students and staff welcome to attend. Food and drink provided. Bring a picnic rug! RSVP essential! Please let us know if you are coming via our Facebook page.