From left: UniSA Deputy Vice Chancellor Research and Innovation, Professor Tanya Monro,UniSA’s leading brain cancer researcher, Professor Stuart Pitson and Vice President NRF Dr Glenn McCulloch
NRF pledge $1 million for brain tumour research
UniSA will use a $1 million research pledge from the Neurosurgical Research Foundation to develop new drugs in the fight against lethal brain tumours, which kill 95 per cent of patients within five years. more...
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Circus Kathmandu
From the Olympics to helping trafficking survivors
From performing in the London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony to touring with Muse, UniSA alumna Robyn Simpson is now reaching new heights with Circus Kathmandu, a group for survivors of trafficking. more...
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Claudine Bonder
Increasing aggressive breast cancer survival rate
Associate Professor Claudine Bonder is working to understand how tumours grow with the aim to stop the most aggressive breast cancers by starving them of the blood supply they need. more...
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Professor Peter Buckskin
Education is the key to Closing the Gap
Professor Peter Buckskin discusses how education is the key to Closing the Gap (CTG) and achieving true Reconciliation between Aboriginal people and other Australians. He argues increasing the number Aboriginal Australian teachers in our schools and early years learning centres are key to these agendas. more...
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Wendy Piltz with her daughter
Ugly parent syndrome taking fun out of kids sport
Blowing off steam at your kids' weekend sports match is a likely driver of the decline in the number of children willing to play sport in Australia, Wendy Piltz warns. more...
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Poh Ling Yeow with one of her full size render pieces
UniSA celebrates 40 years of illustrative power
The University of South Australia presents The Power of Illustration: A Legacy for the Future. Covering 40 years of innovation, culture, and commerce, this exhibition will show the works of various alumni from all different areas of illustration. more...
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The Power of Illustration: A Legacy for the Future - Adelaide
This exhibition celebrates the contribution and legacy of UniSA alumni and staff to the practice of Illustration. Spanning forty years, it documents the diverse impact of their work to innovation, culture and commerce - demonstrating the connect between illustration teaching and practice on a national and international scale.
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JOBEX – Adelaide
Are you thinking of changing careers? Visit the UniSA booth at JOBEX to discuss your options and connect with some of the State’s leading businesses in five emerging sectors: defence and shipbuilding, health and research, energy and mining, IT and hi-tech and tourism, food and wine.
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Humanitarians in the Front Line of Technology – Adelaide
Exploring issues confronting a new generation of tech savvy humanitarians working in conflicts and natural disasters, with Paul White, UN Interagency Project, ProCap, and Noosheen Mogadam, formerly of the Norwegian Refugee Council.
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UniSA Enterprising Partnerships Talk: Choice – Adelaide
Adults makes thousands of decisions every single day, but do we really understand these choices and how we make them? Join the University of South Australia’s Institute for Choice and our partners RAA and Helping Hand, for a conversation about choice and the effects technology has on health, mobility and transport choice.
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MBA Information Seminar – Adelaide
If you are an experienced management professional, driven to create new solutions, lead innovative teams and deliver exceptional results in a context of disruptive change, the UniSA Business School’s MBA is for you.
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2017 Narratives of War Symposium/MHSA Conference – Adelaide
This three-day conference on the theme Generations of War explores the social, cultural and political impacts for each new generation that experiences conflict. UniSA with the Military Historical Society of SA.
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Alumni cocktail networking event – New York
Join us for our first ever alumni cocktail reception in New York with guest speaker Professor Jenni Romaniuk, Associate Director (International), Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science, University of South Australia.
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Language Policy: Cultivating Our Deepest Public Resource – Adelaide
This panel will take a comparative and contrastive approach to the public resource of language, referring to the Australian innovation in Language Policy, the critical new appreciation of language rights, especially in Southeast Asia, the new public regime of the global language order in which English must accommodate for a resurgent Chinese, and new technologies of multilingualism make new kinds of communication possible.
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Deadly Alumni Cocktail Event– Adelaide
Join Professor Peter Buckskin, Dean: Aboriginal Engagement & Strategic Projects and guest speaker Dr James Charles, Podiatry Masters alumnus and 2017 NAIDOC National Scholar of the Year and network with fellow alumni.
 
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The Power of Illustration: A Legacy for the Future 3 November – 1 December
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Image: Geoff COBHAM, Already Elsewhere (lighting test image) 2017, 12volt 1.2watt incandescent bulbs, dimmer, Bungee cord, motor. Music: Für Alina by Arvo Pärt. Collaborator: Chris Petridis.
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