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Top end teachers: Why Avondale students go to Darwin for their...

With COVID-related restrictions causing complications along the eastern seaboard, eight Avondale teachers-in-training find themselves in Darwin completing professional experience placements.

“Good people helped me get here”

Oliver’s response to national survey ranks teaching at Avondale number one.

Avondale students still march in COVID-safe ceremonies

Presenting eight ceremonies over two days, each ceremony featured no more than 40 graduands grouped by course.

Treasures of inestimable worth: Committed Adventist teachers

"Teachers committed to God have enormous opportunities for modelling what God is like to students and their families."

My Story: Answering God’s call

Even though Issen Umnbah was afraid of public speaking, he answered God's call and found new confidence.

Meet Avondale’s new president

A comprehensive interview with new Avondale University College president and vice-chancellor Professor Kevin Petrie.

Avondale to undergo sustainable transformation

Process begins with changes to faculty structure and research loading at Avondale.

Sharing Jesus in learning spaces

Editors of new book extend understanding of the integration of faith and learning.

If you could pick an age . . .

Research has revealed an important truth: teenagers today are doing it tough. Find out what Avondale University College is doing to address this issue.

Record Rewind: A couple of refuge

Rod and Nita Ellison were a formidable life-long partnership—two people of common mind who were totally committed to each other and their joint ministry.
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