Associate Professor Susan Branford
Combatting blood cancer drug resistance
Associate Professor Susan Branford and her team are researching the rare blood cancer, chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML), to improve the lives of patients living with the disease and better identify those at risk of failed treatment and disease relapse. more...
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Catherine Ordway
Gold for Australia – sports lawyer achieving Olympic feats
Catherine Ordway’s unwavering pursuit of a fair and equal sporting industry is inspiring. To look at her achievements in sport law, gender equality and educating budding sports administrators, one might think that a gold medal is certainly due. more...
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UniSA Business School
Dynamic new space for the UniSA Business School
This impressive redevelopment features a four-metre dynamic display of ASX and Dow Jones stock market data, and South Australia’s first simulated trading room - the IRESS Trading Room. more...
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Lih Yin Tan
Giving immune cells the codes to beat cancer
PhD student Lih Yin Tan is working to enhance existing immunotherapy research and ultimately block tumours from growing. more...
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Anuja Dalvi-Pandit
Physio to India’s sporting stars
In 2012 Anuja Dalvi-Pandit made the ultimate decision to put her career, in the vast bustling city Mumbai, on hold. Fast-forward five years and she is a physiotherapy consultant, owner of her own business, and is active in putting together programs to help the next generation of physiotherapists in India. more...
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John Mingoia
The beauty myth puts big users of social media at risk of low self-esteem
Researchers have discovered a link between increased use of social networking sites and the internalisation of the thin ideal—the degree to which women strive to achieve an ideally slim female body. more...
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Podcast – ‘Tony Jones: The Twentieth Man’
Listen to one of Australia's most respected journalists and host of Q&A, Tony Jones, debut his recent political thriller ‘The Twentieth Man.’ more...
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Alumni events
 
03
OCT
ICC Founder Talks: Joe Kochan on Smart Cities. What does this mean and how do we get there? - Adelaide
Adelaide has officially become the first city outside of the United States to join the US Ignite Smart Gigabit Community network. What does this mean for local businesses, startups and entrepreneurs? Innovation and Collaboration Centre (ICC) event.
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OCT
Visualising Mental Health Exhibition 2017 - Adelaide
Facilitated by Match Studio, this exhibition presents clinical tools and product prototypes designed and developed by UniSA’s Visual Communication students in consultation with practicing psychologists to ‘visualise’ complex mental health concepts.
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27

OCT
R&R 2017 - Adelaide
Reflections of the Artist in Residency program at the Glenside Rural & Remote Inpatient Unit. Engagement with mental health facilities consumers, staff and environment of the Glenside campus, and ongoing collaboration with the University of South Australia’s Mental Health Research team has informed this exhibition. Bringing together academics, health care workers, artists and everyone in between to seek a better understanding of the process of recovery and the contribution of art.
17
OCT 
VC Alumni cocktail reception - Perth
Hosted by VC David Lloyd this cocktail networking event in features guest speaker Assoc Prof Craig Williams who talks about UniSA’s latest research and how citizens might be able to help in the fight against mosquito-borne viruses.
17
OCT
SCOUT: Connecting students and recent graduates with hyper-growth startups - Adelaide
Looking for an awesome career opportunity? Come along to hear from some of Adelaide’s best emerging local startups looking to attract talent. Innovation and Collaboration Centre (ICC) event.
17
OCT
Nusrat Durrani: Love in a Time of Hate - Adelaide
In this special event Nusrat Durrani takes you on a scintillating pop culture trip around the world and makes an urgent and passionate case for creating bridges of love and empathy in a world torn apart by distrust and fear.
19
OCT
2017 Hawke EU Centre Annual Lecture: Does the European Union have a Future? -Adelaide
Professor Loukas Tsoukalis of University of Athens will examine the main challenges facing the European Union which has been buffeted by a succession of crises in recent years.
26
OCT
International Alumni Seminar: The role of education in building bridges of understanding - Jakarta
Join Professor Mohamad Abdalla, Director of UniSA’s Centre for Islamic Thought and Education for a seminar and alumni networking event.
26
OCT
A Crowd of Digital Profiles: Privacy, Social Capital and Reputation in the Platform Economy - Adelaide
In this Hawke EU Centre seminar Ivana Pais of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan examines responses to the use of digital technology to organize exchanges by companies such as Uber and Airbnb.
03
NOV-
01
DEC
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.
04
NOV
UniSA Hong Kong Alumni Reunion Dinner - Hong Kong
Celebrate with your fellow alumni and make new friends at the Hong Kong Alumni Reunion Dinner at the InterContinental Grand Stanford- the Chapter’s 20th birthday.
30
NOV
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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Image: Kawayan DE GUIA, <em>Bomba</em> (detail), 2011, installation comprising of eighteen mirror bombs, 'Sputnik' sound sculpture, dimensions variable. Singapore Art Museum collection.
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