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A new research project that focusses on how to reduce food waste in the tourism industry could contribute to lasting environmentally-friendly change.
The ongoing impact of the Anthropocene calls for humans to reconsider their interactions with the natural environment and engage in a more sustainable model of tourism, including ‘wildlife tourism’ (Thomsen et al., 2021).
The University of Adelaide’s Business School has demonstrated its commitment to continual quality improvement by receiving re-accreditation to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), one of the world’s leading business education accreditation bodies.
On 9 June 2022, the Hon. Emily Bourke MLC, Assistant Minister to the Premier and special guest speakers, Prof. Jodie Conduit and Mr. Adrian Skull (Board Member, Green Industries SA and Green Adelaide) spoke with Adelaide Business School staff and students on the topic of mentoring.
Making Co-design a Reality in Youth Services: A suggested way forward to integrate the perspectives of young people, service providers, and the broader youth mental health system
Society is faced with a youth mental health crisis. Young people are presenting to mental health services at unprecedented rates and with rising levels of mental health complexity. Yet, young people aged between 12 to 25 years old have the worst access to mental health care compared to other age groups across the lifespan.
We are thrilled to announce that we have become the first organisation in Australia to be certified to ISO 44001, the international standard on Collaborative Business Relationship management.
This year’s Business School Prize and Awards Ceremony was held in style on 10 May at the National Wine Centre to celebrate the outstanding achievements of our students.
Alex Christophel (UoA and Sonder), Dr Tracey Dodd (UoA), and Steven Wright (Sonder), have published an article in Parity’s Rethinking Early Intervention issue.