On 4 May 2021, The Canberra Times ran an article What’s in a name?
Student, Third Year PhD, Descriptive Linguistics, with a major in Mandarin
There’s always a silver lining to a cloud. Clichés unintended, but the cloud we’re talking about—again—is COVID.
It’s challenging to picture a ‘normal’ classroom and on-campus experience for students anymore. COVID-19 has left an indelible mark on what was once taken for granted as regular campus life.
Mosques and Imams: Everyday Islam in Eastern Indonesia, edited by CHL Emeritus Professor Kathryn Robinson, was recently published by National University of Singapore (NUS) Press.
Student, Bachelor of Languages, Bachelor of Asian Studies and a major in Korean language and Linguistics, with minors in Mongolian and German Language and culture
Growing up in Australia’s breezy South Coast, Jennifer had humble beginnings in Bomaderry, a town in the Shoalhaven council district area of New South Wales.
Student, Undergraduate Certificate of Languages