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There's so much to do at Deakin – and often you don't have to be a student to come along. Find out more about upcoming festivals, talks, conferences and more.
23 October 2016
A new Farmers' Market in Burwood will see profits shared among the Whitehorse community. The Whitehorse Community Chest will hold a monthly Farmers' Market, set to become the largest in Melbourne, beginning Sunday 28th February - gold coin entry and stall holder fees will be put toward community programs and not-for-profit beneficiaries.
26 October 2016
Deakin Business School (DBS) is pleased to announce its second Indigenous Accounting and Business Conference to be held on 26 and 27 October 2016 at the beautiful Geelong Waterfront in Victoria, Australia. The conference was established as a forum for business owners and leaders, finance professionals, researchers and policymakers, to share information and knowledge that addresses the impact of financial skills and their role in Indigenous success.
26 October 2016
Data is compelling, seducing us to believe that analysis will always empower us. But this is often not true particularly, when events are rare or predictions are poor. Sometimes, data is unavailable. This webinar considers what to do when confronted with failures with current data or analysis.
27 October 2016
Come and celebrate the Diwali Festival of Lights at our free community event on Thursday 27 October at Geelong Waterfront Campus. One of the most important Hindu festivals celebrated around the world, Diwali's prevailing theme is the triumph of light over darkness, goodness over evil. The Festival will conclude with an amazing fireworks display over Geelong's waterfront.
14 November 2016
Join us for Professor Gul's inaugural public lecture as an Alfred Deakin Professor. In this lecture, Professor Gul will draw upon the works of Francis Fukuyama and theories of political economy to provide a conceptual framework that helps explain the role of Corporate Political Activities (CPA).
18 November 2016
Psychologists who are endorsed supervisors are eligible to enrol in the Master Classes. These full day workshops will be conducted by Deakin University staff who are experienced trainers. The workshop will overview the seven supervisor competencies specified by the Board, with an advanced practice focus on the development and enhancement of proficiency in particular areas, such as the evaluation of supervisee competencies, dealing with ethical issues in supervision, and self-care.
21 November 2016
With a flexible learning structure, Deakin's Bachelor of Early Childhood Education course provides students a seamless pathway program.
24 November 2016
Sponsored by the Centre for Research in Educational Futures and Innovation in conjunction with the STEME Research Group.
7 December 2016
The Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy aims to provide a broad intellectual forum for academics and postgraduates working in the European philosophical tradition. Its annual conference is the largest event devoted to European philosophy in Australasia.
15 December 2016
The final round of graduation ceremonies in 2016 will be held in Costa Hall at Geelong's Waterfront Campus between Thursday 15 December and Friday 16 December for our Medicine and International graduates. The ceremonies will be streamed live on the Deakin Graduation website.
9 February 2017
The forum brings together Australasian and international academics and researchers to share their knowledge and research on multi-owned properties
22 February 2017
From key moments in early cinema, such as the production of the world’s first feature film The Story of the Kelly Gang, to the broadcast of national events like the Melbourne Cup and AFL Grand Final, to early video game developers such as Beam Software setting up in the city, there is barely a section of Melbourne that is not illuminated by screen culture.