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Report on sabbatical leave, second semester, 2006. - Thu, 03 April 2008

By: Dr Sandra Tarte, Senior Lecturer, Division of Politics and International Affairs. [more]

School of Social Sciences research on display in Costa Rica - Thu, 03 April 2008

Dr. Douglas Pacheco presented a paper about Vanuatu banking reform to the annual IBFR conference.[more]

Walking with the Kanganam Bhais - Thu, 03 April 2008

On Friday, 27th October 2006 at lunchtime, Jonathan Prasad gave a seminar on Walking with the Kanganam Bhais: The Construction of South Indian Identity through Fire Rituals in Fiji.[more]

New academic programs for 2007 introduced. - Thu, 03 April 2008

The School of Social Sciences will introduce several new programs in 2007 following approval by the University Academic Standards and Quality Committee and the Senate.[more]

Sexual orientation & human development: Seminar - Thu, 03 April 2008

Sexual orientation & human development: Lesbian, bisexual & transgender youth at risk, by Dr. Sveinbjorndottir[more]

Firewalking Excursion - Thu, 03 April 2008

On 22nd September, students of SO201: Society, Culture and Change embarked on the twice-yearly excursion for Pacific Harbour to see Fijian firewalking and other aspects of traditional Fijian culture at the Pacific Cultural Centre.[more]

ECREA Launch - Thu, 03 April 2008

Dr Lynda Newland launched her report Social Justice in Fiji: Christian Perspectives at the Ecumenical Centre for Research, Education and Advocacy (ECREA) in Flagstaff on Wednesday, 11th October 2006. The report aims to provide a...[more]

3rd Melanesian Arts and Cultural Festival - Thu, 03 April 2008

Ms. Vivian Koster, Coordinator of the Diploma in Youth, facilitated the 'Youths of Melanesia: Moving towards a sustainable life' workshop at the 3rd Melanesian Arts and Cultural Festival.[more]

School welcomes new members of staff - Thu, 03 April 2008

Semester 2, 2006 sees 3 new members of staff.[more]

USP wins debate competition - Thu, 03 April 2008

USP History and Politics Students Retain the Ta’unga Pasefika Shield for 2006[more]

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