Register now for unijam 2016
Sign up to have your say on May 19-20
Do you want to play a role in shaping the future of UniSA? Register now for unijam 2016 to take part in UniSA’s second ground-breaking online conversation.
Registration for unijam 2016 is now live! Click here to register.
VIP jammers taking part include those listed below - with still more to come!
- Senator Simon Birmingham - Federal Minister for Higher Education
- Dr Tom Calma AO - Chancellor of the University of Canberra and Aboriginal elder of the Kungarakan people
- Maggie Beer AM DUniv - South Australian icon, cook, food author, restaurateur and food manufacturer
- The Hon Mike Rann AC DUniv - former South Australian Premier and current Australian Ambassador to Italy
- Anthony Finkelstein - UK Chief Scientist
- The Hon John Hill - former member of the South Australian parliament
- Professor Richard Head - Adjunct Professor, Sansom Institute Health Research
- The Hon Rob Kerin - former South Australian Premier
Discussion topics include:
Connecting with the community
Our commitment is to provide an outstanding student experience and facilitate engagement beyond the classroom and the campus. What actions do we still need to take to better connect with our communities and create an environment where students can thrive and make the most of their student experience?
Building an innovative workforce
Crossing the Horizon outlines our dedication to build a culture of innovation based on trust and empowered responsibility. What additional actions must we take to build an innovation culture that supports our students and staff?
Educating exceptional graduates
Our graduates are remarkable and consistently amongst the most employable and work ready in the sector. How can we improve our commitment to delivering industry-relevant curriculum that is flexible and accessible and delivers excellent outcomes for students?
An innovative approach to online education is crucial to reaching new markets and the future of the higher education sector. How can we deliver a more flexible curriculum that better caters for the diverse needs of our students and which blends face-to-face and online learning activities?
Our vision is to be inspired by emerging challenges and new opportunities. What actions and initiatives must be undertaken now to enable us to achieve our potential?
Education beyond the city
Providing quality educational opportunities to those in regional communities and linking our metropolitan-based programs with the regions through technology and flexible delivery arrangements is of high importance. How can UniSA better support access and participation in higher education in regional South Australia?
Our Alumni are valued members of the UniSA family and we would welcome your thoughts on how to shape our future plans for continued success.
So please, join the conversation!
For more information, visit unisa.edu.au/unijam