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When your job centres on student experience, how do you adapt to the current temporary changes to University life? We dialled in with Rosie Bond to find out how she is continuing to support our students while maintaining her own routine, in the next instalment of Connected Conversations.
The current changes to university life have impacted all students, possibly none more than first year international students settling into a brand-new city and new course. We chatted with flatmates Amy Chou and Jenny Won about adjusting expectations and their weekly take away ritual!
In the new instalment of our Connected Conversations series, first-year medical student Aidan Barbo shares how he broke some bad habits and adjusted to a new routine. He has also been keeping a journal to document his experience.
Our Connected Conversations series continues with Bec Hanna who shares some insight on balancing work at the University of Adelaide with her passion projects while also studying a Bachelor of Health and Medical Science.
We spoke to first year health and medical sciences student Roy Chan about learning at his own pace, staying focused and learning how to grow a garden in our next instalment of Connected Conversations.
Monique Chilvers is a Fulbright scholar, PhD student and program manager researching influenza and infectious diseases. Read the full conversation here about how she and her colleagues have been preparing for a pandemic for years and how she stays connected to family and friends.
First year psychological sciences student, Michael Cullen, shared some valuable insight on the importance of the ‘small stuff’, creating new routines and the resilience in all of us, in our latest Connected Conversation.
The next instalment in our series, Connected Conversations, catches-up with third-year medicine student, Isobel Marshall. Read about how she has adjusted to slowing down, staying connected and maintaining a routine.
Our series, Connected Conversations, continues with the dynamic Dr Hannah Wardill, NHMRC CJ Martin Biomedical Research Fellow on how she’s adapting her routine, staying motivated and rediscovering forgotten hobbies.
University life as we know it has temporarily changed. As we all adapt to the new normal away from lecture theatres and our peers, we’ve been chatting–remotely, of course–with a some of our incredible community about the challenges they are facing and how they are finding unexpected opportunities. Our new series, Connected Conversations, kicks off with our Executive Dean Professor Benjamin Kile.