Egidio Zarrella
AI and cognitive thinking the way of the future
Identified as the flag bearers of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, artificial intelligence and cognitive thinking have always been of interest to KPMG Partner Egidio Zarrella, who believes this ever-evolving technology will transform the world in years to come. more...
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PK with Ben James & Thomas Gjerde: Air Canada
MBA graduate hitting new heights with
aviation career
Poh Kait Lee has enjoyed a long and illustrious career that (literally) skyrocketed after he completed an MBA at the University of South Australia. Taking it as a call to serve his nation, he led Malaysia Airlines through some of their most trying times and is now proving himself as the very successful Director of Asia, Australia and New Zealand for Air Canada. more...
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Howard Lawrence Sumner
The Long Forgotten Dream Opera House Debut
Ngarrindjeri playwright, UniSA alumnus and former lecturer H Lawrence Sumner explains how his education has informed his writing and the importance of telling diverse stories with his play The Long Forgotten Dream coming to the most famous stage in Australia at the end of July. more...
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Aidan Cousins
New magnetic probe to treat cancer on trial at UniSA
New technology has been developed at UniSA to help stop the spread in some of the most misunderstood and pervasive cancers in our society. more...
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Laura Wills: Clense artwork
Last chance to bid on art from leading SA artists
Bid on artwork from some of South Australia’s most collectible and celebrated artists until August 1 at the Friends of the South Australia School of Art (FSASA) Silent Auction & Art Exhibition. more...
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Marie Alford
Improving the lives of those living with dementia
Social worker Marie Alford never imagined working in the industry of dementia and Alzheimer’s, but she is passionate about supporting the next generation of aged care leaders and creating better lives for those living with the disease. more...
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AUG
View from the Top – Adelaide
Fighting Hunger Through Innovation and Creativity with Greg Pattinson, CEO, Foodbank.
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AUG
MBA Mixer: Design Thinking – make creativity work for your business – Adelaide
Join fellow MBA alumni and students to hear skilled and accomplished ‘Design Thinkers’ share their experience and challenges, along with their recommendations for leaders who are looking to innovate for their own successful business offerings.
29
AUG
Alumni Cocktail Reception – Melbourne
Join UniSA's Professor David Lloyd, Vice Chancellor & President for an update on the merger discussions with Adelaide University. Hear from Professor Leah Bromfield one of Australia's foremost child protection researchers and Co-Director at the Australian Centre for Child Protection, at All Smiles Melbourne Waterfront.
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AUG
Alumni Cocktail Reception – Canberra
Join UniSA's Professor David Lloyd, Vice Chancellor & President for an update on the merger discussions with Adelaide University. Hear from Professor Susan Hillier presenting Advances in stroke rehabilitation through a partnered approach at UniSA, in Canberra.
17
OCT
Alumni Cocktail Reception – Perth
Join UniSA's Professor David Lloyd, Vice Chancellor & President for an update on the merger discussions with Adelaide University and fellow alumni for a networking event at COMO The Treasury in Perth.
 
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