Robert Vink and Sharad Kumar
Leading research staff in Australia Day Honours
University of South Australia Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd has congratulated leading members of the University community on their Australia Day honours. more...
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Royce Kurmelov
Weaving a narrative from Australian stories
Author and freelance journalist Royce Kurmelovs is becoming a keen political commentator with his new book Rogue Nation, exploring the reasons Pauline Hanson’s back, as well as The Death of Holden, about the end of car manufacturing in Australia. more...
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Katrina Webb
A career in alchemy - turning silver to gold
UniSA graduate and gold winning Paralympian Katrina Webb OAM has carved an eclectic career in leadership and wellbeing, helping people achieve their very best by turning their own silver moments into gold. more...
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Tom Steer
Steering a new direction in online education
UniSA Online Executive Director and UniSA alumnus, Tom Steer, is driving the University’s new offering for online learners – a suite of 12, 100% online undergraduate degrees for students to Study On Demand – anywhere, and anytime. more...
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Nick McNaughton
Creativity a recipe for success
Nick McNaughton’s career has given him valuable insight into the future of technology, where he believes opportunities are vast for Australian entrepreneurs thanks to the innovation era that we live in today. more...
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Anne Wiberg and Darcy Maney
Business leaders give back to UniSA students
Anne Wiberg, industry leader and Director of wiberg, has been mentoring students in the UniSA Business School’s Business Career Mentor Program for four years and believes in it’s value as a way of giving back to the university community. Her 2017 mentee, Darcy Maney said it was the most useful program she was involved in as part of her study. more...
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03
FEB
Masters of Business Administration Class of 1988 Reunion – Adelaide
Calling all MBA graduates from 1988 and your classmates of 1987 & 1989 - Come, reminisce and celebrate with your fellow MBA graduates at the 30 year reunion.
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16
MAR
Sanaa: A Better World Through Creativity – Adelaide
Showcasing the artwork and artistic talent of East and West African street and visual artists, the Sanaa exhibition gives a voice to African artists who are working on political, cultural and socially engaged street and visual art. Visiting Kenyan street artist Swift9, will once again paint a mural direct onto the gallery wall on 1 & 2 March.
8
FEB
What is Citizen Science? – Adelaide
Join international guest speakers, Dr Caren Cooper from North Carolina State University and Amy Robinson Sterling from EyeWire for an evening of wonder as you find out how you could discover a new species, find a new planet, monitor pollution with a smartphone, actively contribute to disaster relief in another country and map the brain.
15
FEB
Valuing Our Heritage Forum – Adelaide
A panel discussion looking at the risks and opportunities for SA’s heritage with a range of election candidates. Key issues to be discussed include the economic value of heritage, heritage tourism and the threats to heritage protections.
20
FEB
Bringing the Human Back to the City: Using Art to Create Change with Dan Acher – Adelaide
Dan’s city-wide installations are about connection in shared environments, bringing the ceremonial back into our streets. Through participative projects and installations, he creates opportunities for people to meet and connect. In Adelaide for the Fringe Festival, Dan will go through some of his projects and share how he uses art to activate public space.
23
FEB
East West Street: A Song of Good and Evil – Adelaide
The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Arts Projects Australia present this extraordinary music piece based on the book by human rights lawyer Philippe Sands exploring the origins of genocide and crimes against humanity. Directed by Nina Brazier, written by Philippe Sands and performed by Katja Riemann, Philippe Sands, Laurent Naouri and Guillaume de Chassy.
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03
JUN
2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Divided Worlds – Adelaide
Titled Divided Worlds, the 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art presents an allegory of human society. Curated by Samstag Museum of Art Director Erica Green and held across Samstag Museum of Art, Art Gallery of South Australia, JamFactory and the Santos Museum of Economic Botany in the Adelaide Botanic Garden.
05
MAR
2018 Art Talks- Brett Dean – Adelaide
Building on the Hawke Centre’s collaboration with Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Art Talks continues in 2018. Australian composer Brett Dean and ASO Principal Conductor Nicholas Carter discuss the path to the Australian Premiere of Brett Dean's Hamlet at the Adelaide Festival.
08
MAR
In-Conversation with Tim Flannery and Ursula Rakova – Adelaide
Presented by the Hawke Centre, in arrangement with WOMADelaide Festival’s Planet Talks Program, a free public lecture will be delivered by Tim Flannery (Australia) and Ursula Rakova (PNG), discussing the beauty and environmental challenges facing Papua New Guinea.
 
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