The Beaumont Children: investigations and implications of cold-cases
We are pleased to announce that the Crime and Governance thematic group will be hosting this Social Sciences Week (SSW) event. The event, The Beaumont Children: investigations and implications of cold-cases, will be held on the 11th September at the University of Newcastle’s Sydney Location. It will involve a panel discussion with two specialist forensic investigators, Dr Xanthé Mallett and Duncan McNab, and a fellow member, Ben Lohmeyer. The group hope to attract a diverse audience to this event.
There are 3 x $200 bursaries for TASA postgraduate/casual/unwaged members based in regional NSW or interstate to support support accommodation/transportation costs. There are also 5 x $20 bursaries for TASA postgraduate/casual/unwaged members based in Sydney to support car parking or public transport costs (excluding fuel expenses). Anyone interested in applying for these bursaries can email Joel.
The organisers are also looking for undergraduate students who would be interested volunteering. The undergraduate volunteers would be asked to post on social media throughout the event. These students will receive 1 year TASA membership and a $20 visa gift card for their involvement (limited to 10 students). Please pass this email onto any undergraduate student you think may be interested in volunteering. Interested students can email Joel.