Month: April 2024

  1. Partaking in Ongoing Academic Conversation: Dang Ngoc Chau’s Research Presentation Experience at the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference (AAAL) 2024 in Houston

    Hangyu Zhang Chau Dang (Dang Ngoc Chau) is a third-year PhD candidate at the School of Languages and Linguistics, University of Melbourne. Last year, Chau shared some interesting points about her research project, which was enlightening. From 16th March to 19th March this year, Chau presented at the AAAL 2024 conference in Houston, United States, […]

  2. SoLL Event: Boost Your Writing Productivity with SoLL Postgraduate Club’s “Shut Up and Write” Sessions

    Xiaoyi Zhang The SoLL Postgraduate Club recently ran “Shut Up and Write” on April 8 to launch the new semester. The event was designed to promote the academic progress of graduate students while fostering a sense of community among them. The two-hour event, which took place in a hybrid form in Room 507 of the […]

  3. “I believe my improvement happened step by step, because…”: Embarking on Chenyang’s teaching adventures

    Chenyang Zhang Hello, dear readers! Welcome to my story zone. I’m Chenyang Zhang, a third-year PhD candidate in the School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne. As you might recall, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by my colleague, Hangyu, and sharing my research project last year through SOLL Talk. Today, in […]

  4. Dhudhuroa Language Day: Students Come Together to Celebrate Dhudhuroa Language

    Written by:  Dr Bill Forshaw | Academic Specialist – Indigenous Education On March 21 2024 Beechworth Montessori school hosted students learning Dhudhuroa language from five schools: Harrietville PS, Dederang PS, Wooragee PS, Beechworth Montessori and Bright P-12 College. Over 200 students participated on the day, ranging in age from Prep through to Year 12. Dhudhuroa is an […]

  5. Undergraduate Series: an Interview with Lex Durham-Arnold, Recipient of the Australian Global Languages Scholarship

    Felicia Lee Lex Durham-Arnold is an undergraduate student at the Faculty of Arts majoring in Criminology and Russian Studies. He is also concurrently undertaking a Diploma of Languages (French). He has recently received the Australian Global Languages Scholarship and travelled to Kyrgyzstan for an exchange programme with the London School of Languages and Cultures and […]