Fruit Ninjas
Slicing the competition - Fruit Ninja film
As the VP of Entertainment & Licensing at Halfbrick, Sam White has the privilege of claiming the hugely popular Fruit Ninja animation game that has been downloaded more than 1 billion times and is currently working to develop the Fruit Ninja feature film. more...
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Alissa Nightingale
Encouraging a more socially conscious consumer
“Every time someone spends money, in some way they are casting a vote for the kind of world they want.” Alissa Nightingale has dedicated her career to helping others in need and has recently launched The Nightingale Collective, an online store that supports artisans and their communities. more...
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New wastewater test for illegal drugs
Professor Jason White is leading a novel research project determining the prevalence and frequency of psychoactive substances in wastewater across Australia, through support from the Thyne Reid Foundation. more...
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Dr Xin Deng
Chinese gender equality programs deliver business prowess
Gender inequalities remain deeply entrenched in Chinese society with over three quarters of Chinese women believing that they are not hired or promoted because of gender discrimination. Addressing the UN Women China Workshop in Beijing recently, Dr Xin Deng spoke about how businesses in China can significantly benefit from greater gender equality initiatives. more...
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Dr Gjoko Muratovski
Toyota to NASA, life as a globetrotting designer
With a career spanning over two decades, Dr Gjoko Muratovski has worked as a design and brand consultant with some of the biggest brands and universities around the world. more...
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Thomas Keneally AO DUniv
WATCH: Thomas Keneally AO DUniv In Conversation with Julia Lester
Award-winning Australian author Thomas Keneally AO and Honorary Doctor of UniSA, is one of Australia's most prolific and best known novelists. In 1982 he won the Booker Prize for Schindler's Ark, which was made into the Academy Award-winning film Schindler's List. more...
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Tessa Henwood-Mitchell with young woman and baby
Congratulations to UniSA’s Young Achievers
Congratulations to four UniSA alumni whose achievements, dedicated and innovative research, and tireless community work was recently recognised at the Channel Nine Young Achiever Awards in Australia. more...
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Alumni events
Successful Job Applications – Malaysia
Dedicated to fresh graduates and those seeking a new career direction, the Malaysia Chapter is presenting a morning seminar with Dr Wong Kim Hoe and a panel of industry experts.
UniSA National Reconciliation Week events
Join us at one of our campus events to reflect on the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians.
Nicholas Procter: Mental Health – Adelaide
This important Enterprising Partnerships talk explores a person-centred approach to mental health and suicide prevention, followed by a panel discussion with NGO and clinicians in the field.
Aboriginal Futures: Where to From Here? – Adelaide
Fifty years on from the historic 1967 Referendum to what extent has Australia included and recognised Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ rights? Join our symposium of academics and experts in education, health, science, and law.
Alumni Cocktail Reception – Sydney
Join University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd and fellow alumni for a cocktail event.
Alumni Cocktail Reception – Brisbane
Join University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd and fellow alumni for a cocktail event on Wednesday 21 June.
Lars Backström Ambassador of Finland – Adelaide
As part of the Hawke EU Centre Ambassador Series Mr Backström will explore important questions around global governance.
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Trent PARKE and Narelle AUTIO, The Summation of Force (still from digital moving image), 2017. Courtesy the artists and Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide and Stills Gallery, Sydney. (Detail)
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