The Anzacs, religion and God: A Q&A with Professor Daniel Reynaud.
Author: Brenton Stacey
Eliminating spirituality from the national conversation only cheapens the experience of Anzacs who wrestled with belief on the battleground, argues a Great War historian.
Professor Kevin Petrie brings to the role an understanding not only of higher education but also of the way it is being provided at Avondale.
University college begins transition to online-only delivery.
Editors of new book extend understanding of the integration of faith and learning.
A service learning initiative offering teacher education students at Avondale professional experience in another culture chalked up its 21st trip in February. And, for the first time, a Pacific island country was the destination.
University college in Cooranbong (NSW) offers emergency accommodation for evacuees.
Orrani Fatnowna, whose connection with Avondale now spans five generations, joined 242 of her classmates as a graduate of the university college on Sunday (December 8).
Avondale University College’s “Praise Hymns” has shared its stage to launch a new book from the head of the seminary entitled “Hearing the Way”
Avondale has begun the search for a new vice-chancellor following Professor Ray Roennfeldt’s announcement of his retirement after 11 years in the role.