Tuesday, October 22, 2019
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Avondale now a university college

Avondale is the first higher education provider in Australia to become a university college under standards administered by the national regulator.

Avondale president responds to rumours

Avondale College of Higher Education president, Professor Ray Roennfeldt, addresses the critical, often unfounded things people say about Avondale in this open letter.

On First Looking: Collaborative poetry project brings new perspectives

An anthology uniting amateurs with professionals and students with mentors celebrates a longstanding collaboration between Avondale College of Higher Education and Australia’s best contemporary poets.

Scholars on show at Avondale graduation

A growing research culture has seen Avondale graduate the largest number of higher degree by research and PhD students in the one class this year.

Oneness in Christ: Avondale academic guides thinking about worldwide Church unity

Dr Wendy Jackson not only wrote helps for teachers of the Church’s Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide but also scripts for a complimentary video series.

‘Enough!’: Avondale College president’s clarion call

A speech of note set the tone for the commissioning service of Avondale seminarian Dr Wendy Jackson. Avondale College of Higher Education president Professor Ray Roennfeldt’s welcome expressed his frustration with the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church’s decision not to give regional divisions the autonomy to ordain women.

Doctor doctor now a pastor

Seminarian’s commissioning a celebration and affirmation of women in ministry.

Samoans and seminarians support family in wake of student’s passing

Laphie Schwalger, 33, died unexpectedly on July 9. He is remembered by those who knew him as "a good man".

Avondale reduces staffing levels to help balance budget

A lower enrolment this year, following a near record graduation class size last year, has left a $2 million-plus budget deficit.

Think&Do in my words: What Avondale’s appeal for research means for...

Avondale’s giving campaign uses a phrase from founder Ellen White to seek support for research that improves lives, but what does this look like?
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