Erma Ranieri
Overcoming adversity against the odds
UniSA alumna, Erma Ranieri, shares how she overcame adversity to become South Australia’s Commissioner for Public Sector Employment and the 2014 Telstra South Australian Business Woman of the Year. She explains how she draws upon her earlier experiences to guide her to be an adaptive and connected leader. more...
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Professor Sanjay Garg
Easing the pain of oesophageal cancers
Professor Sanjay Garg and his team are using cutting edge polymeric technology to improve treatment for oesophageal cancer patients. more...
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Lizzie Wigmore (right) with friends
Taking the leap into your dream job
“If you love something, you’ll never work a day in your life,” says UniSA alumna Lizzi Wigmore. Lizzi explains why she left her stable corporate job to pursue her true passion exploring her creative flair. more...
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Chapter President Colin Song with Malaysia Chapter Committee Members
Happy Lunar New Year! Gong Xi Fa Cai!
UniSA’s Malaysia Alumni Chapter President, Colin Song, and Singapore Alumni Chapter President, Lawrence Lim, share how they celebrate the special occasion and their plans to welcome the Year of the Dog. more...
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Dr Millie Watson
Caffeine and kids: the no-go combo
A study led by UniSA’s Dr Millie Watson, found 87 per cent of Australian primary-aged children had consumed caffeine throughout their weekly diets. The new research also shows a causal relationship between primary-aged children’s caffeine intake, poor sleep and difficult daytime behaviour. more...
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Deanne Hanchant-Nicholas with award
Increasing employment for Aboriginal people
UniSA strides forward with equality by implementing strategies to increase Aboriginal employment. Deanne Hanchant-Nichols, recent award winner, discusses how she is bringing to life UniSA’s vision of being the ‘university of choice’ for Aboriginal people. more...
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Alumni events
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.
2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Divided Worlds
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.
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
UniSA Alumni Malaysia, Leadership & Career Development Workshop - Kuala Lumpur
Gain some fresh perspectives on leadership from AsiaAus Leaders Director, Cath Duncan, at this half day workshop designed for both aspiring and experienced leaders.
In-Conversation with Tim Flannery and Ursula Rakova - Adelaide
Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial 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.
UK and Europe alumni AGM – UK
Join us for the South Australian Universities Alumni Europe (SAUAE) Annual General Meeting.
MBA Club Year of the Dog Spring Dinner – Hong Kong
The UniSA MBA Club wishes everyone a good year and the best of health and wealth. We invite you to celebrate the Year of the Dog at a dinner on Tuesday 13 March. Register by 1 March for Early Bird price.
Geoffrey Robertson QC – Rather His Own Man – Adelaide
An evening with the inimitable Geoffrey Robertson QC, human rights barrister, academic and author, launching his latest work Rather His Own Man: Reliable Memoirs. In this witty, engrossing and sometimes poignant memoir, a sequel to his best-selling The Justice Game, Geoffrey Robertson charts his progress from pimply state schoolboy to top Old Bailey barrister and thence onwards and upwards to a leading role in the struggle for human rights throughout the world.
Sanaa Story Telling – Adelaide
International touring Pakistani writer and performance artist Zainab Zahra Syed will deliver a talk, as well as poetry - sharing with audiences her view on the world, in a unique and poetical manner. Following on from Sanaa Story Telling, Adelaide locals Gemma Boyd and Wallis Prophet will host Draw Your (S)words - an open mic poetry and spoken word event.
Care Considerations for the Frail Elderly at the End of Life – Adelaide
While there is some benefit from conventional palliative care, elderly people put social support as their most valued assistance: including support in the home; respite care; regular company; and feeling valued. Professor Ken Hillman will discuss how to demedicalise care of the elderly frail and design systems around their own goals of care.
View from the Top: Christie Anthoney, CEO Festival - Adelaide
In this masterclass, Christie Anthoney, UniSA Business School alumna and CEO of Festivals Adelaide, will explore the role of Festivals in South Australia; their social, cultural, and economic contribution to the state, and explore the resilience of a sector that challenges the norm. Christie will share with students and alumni career tips for entering and advancing in the Arts Management industry locally and globally.
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