Dr Gabrielle Todd with client
Researching the effects of ‘ice’ on the brain
The use of methamphetamine or ‘ice’ in South Australia has doubled in the past four years. To try and find some answers on the long term impact on the brains of users, the Fay Fuller Foundation is investing more than $230,000 in research by UniSA’s Dr Gabrielle Todd. more...
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Frederick Chu with kids from My Special Corner education centre
Developing special needs children’s unique talent
How Frederick Chu is helping Singapore students with special needs identify their unique talent and harness these skills for their future careers. more...
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Rosie Wheen presenting seminar 'Safe water transforms lives'
WATCH: Safe water transforms lives
Almost 900 children under-five a day die from diarrhoeal diseases caused by dirty water and poor sanitation. Rosie Wheen, Chief Executive of WaterAid, reflects on the role of leadership and collaboration in transforming lives of the poor. watch...
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Rachel Kidswell
$50K to kick start your business idea!
A Venture Catalyst grant can help turn your business idea into a reality. Find out how Rachel Kidwell grew her startup TCPinpoint with the help of this grant, available to recent graduates of UniSA. more...
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Suspended in space
Former builder Steven Cybulka has enjoyed a dream run into a new career as a sculptor. Less than 12 months after gaining first class Honours in Visual Art he is on his third commission in Bandung, West Java. more...
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Anthony Elliot
Robotics and aged care
With the aid of a prestigious Toyota Foundation Research Grant, UniSA researchers are collaborating with Japanese institutions to conduct an in-depth comparative analysis of the robotics revolution in aged care in both Australia and Japan. more...
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Apply now for 2018 Samstag Scholarship
Available to Australian visual arts program graduates of the past five years, these prestigious scholarships include living costs for twelve months overseas, a stipend of US $48,000, return airfares, and more. Applications close 30 June 2017. more...
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Alumni events
Power of Perception - Whyalla
Free public lecture at UniSA’s Whyalla Campus presented by Professor Roger Eston, Head of School of Health Sciences. Learn about research findings that help us to evaluate the effectiveness of our exercise routines.
Institute for Choice Seminar- Sydney
The future of passenger travel and implications for global CO2 emissions, with Prof. Andreas W. Schäfer of University College London’s Energy Institute: 12.00 - 1.30pm, Level 13, 140 Arthur Street, North Sydney. RSVP by 1 May to Karla.Gatenby@unisa.edu.au
Europe Now- is there an alternative? – Adelaide
A public lecture by the Slovenian Ambassador to Australia, H.E. Ms Helena Drnovšek Zorko presented by the Hawke EU Centre for Mobilities, Migrations and Cultural Transformations.
UniSA Alumni Cocktail Reception – London
Join the University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd and catch up with your classmates at an alumni cocktail reception.
Alumni MBA Club: Bridge over troubled water – Hong Kong
Professor Zheng Dingning, Head of Project Management, Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, Hong Kong SAR, examines the impact of the world's longest cross-sea bridge connecting Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao.
Alumni Cocktail Reception - Adelaide
Join the University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd and catch up with your classmates at an alumni cocktail reception in Adelaide.
Trust and Talent – Twin peaks of ‘future work’
Jane Booth, Executive Director: People, Talent and Culture at UniSA, discusses how the world of work is changing and the new skills, systems and mindsets we will need to navigate the known and unknown with confidence.
MBA Information Seminar – Adelaide
Calling entrepreneurs, innovators and business leaders. Learn more about UniSA's 5-star MBA.
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Children with Adelaide Symphony Orchestra
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