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Study Ecology (Joint Honours) at University of Worcester

My name is Dr. John Dutton and I’m the course leader for our ecology course here at University of Worcester. The ecology course is designed to give you as a student the skills and knowledge to be able to pursue a career in ecology or conservation within the United Kingdom and Europe. It goes without… Read More »

A Prophetic Message to an Ungodly Nation (Jeremiah)

Now I told you a couple of weeks ago that we had finished the New Testament. It doesn’t mean I’ll never go back there again. I will. I have some plans to. But the natural assumption is that we’re going to take a look at the Old Testament. And I do have some plans for… Read More »

19th Century Reforms: Crash Course US History #15

Episode 15 Reform Movements Hi I’m John Green. This is Crash Course U.S. history and today we finally get to talk about sex. Also some other things. Today we’re gonna discuss religious and moral reform movements in 19th century America, but I promise there will be some sex. Mr. Green, Mr. Green. Is it gonna… Read More »

Early Christian Schisms – Before Imperium – Extra History – #1

We are going to start this off in a way that we’ve never started off an Extra History before; with a disclaimer. These next few episodes are designed to help modern students get a handle on one of the most confusing and yet most important parts of Roman history. The topics discussed in these episodes… Read More »

Community Services Ambassador – Ageneka

I decided to study community services because I have a passion for helping people. I grew up in Midland and it’s like home to me, so it’s not anywhere out of my comfort zone. The lecturers are really, really welcoming, my colleagues and my peers are really, really nice, get along with them, and it’s… Read More »

USQ Student Support | Connect With Your Community

At the University of Southern Queensland, we pride ourselves on our diverse and inclusive community that will provide you with a wide range of opportunities, events and programs that aim to connect you with your peers and enrich your study experience. Whether you’re online or on-campus, you can participate in all of these activities and… Read More »

I Wanna Be a Social Worker · A Day In The Life Of A Social Worker

Let’s face it, sometimes life can get tough and for some people those tough times are far harder than those of the average person. Times where people can feel alone or as if they have nowhere else to turn. Social workers are unique group of people who help those who feel helpless. People dealing with… Read More »

Advocating for equitable access to health services

Throughout her career, Gloria Sutherland has been a strong advocate for equity and access to health services, with a lifetime of service to the community in regional, state and national roles. As Director of Kimberly Population Health in remote Western Australia, she negotiated partnerships with a range of individuals, organisations and groups spread across the… Read More »

Strange Fire Q&A: Answering the Critics (Selected Scriptures)

PHIL: It turns out that some of our Charismatic friends and brothers are not happy with you and… JOHN: This is true. PHIL: They’ve been writing a flood of criticisms and complaints and questions about the conference and your book and I’ve collected some of those and I want to ask them to you tonight.… Read More »