Kathryn Harby-Williams
A defender on and off the court
After balancing a decorated professional netball career and a Bachelor of Management Marketing, Kathryn Harby-Williams AM is now able to combine her two passions as the CEO of the Australian Netball Players’ Association, where she advocates for the welfare of Australia’s elite netballers past and present. more...
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Emilio De Stefano in shipyard
Engineering the next generation of STEM leadership
Emilio De Stefano’s pursuit of a career that brings together technology and business has led him on a path inspiring the next generation of STEM leaders in South Australia to play a pivotal role in our State’s bright future. more...
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Puppies, paella and pilates –
could they be the secret to staying young
Humans are living longer than ever but the quality of that life can be impaired by poor health – both physical and mental. UniSA Alumna and Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Natalie Parletta, speaks to a range of researchers about the secrets of staying well as we age. more...
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Shaila Koshy with Suhakam Human Rights Award 2013
Uncovering the truth through journalism
Human Rights Journalist, Shaila Koshy has played a key role in fearlessly breaking significant stories, uncovering truths, and shining a necessary spotlight on corrupt institutions in Malaysia. more...
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Professor Jason White
Wastewater screening program for new-wave drugs
Research funded by the Thyne Reid Foundation will add vital new tests to the National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program, one of the best in the world, to track the use of new psychoactive substances in Australia. more...
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Tour Down Under 2017 competitor
Santos Tour Down Under 2019 – Challenge Tour
The University of South Australia has been a long-standing partner of the Santos Tour Down Under since 2001, and each year we invite our alumni, staff and students to participate in the Challenge Tour and take advantage of the unique UniSA discount. more...
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2018 September Graduates
Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
Hundreds of new University of South Australia Alumni, fresh off their graduation, gathered outside Pridham Hall on Wednesday and Thursday last week after their long awaited walk across the graduation stage to collect their hard-earned parchment. Join us in welcoming them to our Global Alumni Community! more...
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Alumni Events

Hawke Centre - Visualising Mental Health – Adelaide
Facilitated by Match Studio, this exhibition presents clinical tools and product prototypes designed and developed by UniSA’s Communication Design students in consultation with practicing psychologists to ‘visualise’ complex mental health concepts. Themes of the 2018 exhibition include ‘theory of mind’, the mental health of university students, emotions, and behaviour change.

Hawke Centre - Concepts for a Modbury Age Friendly Precinct: retrofitting Australia’s suburbs for the future – Adelaide
Working in partnership with the City of Tea Tree Gully, aged care services provider ECH (Enabling Confidence at Home) and the Office for the Ageing, SA Health, an interdisciplinary team of Match Studio students and academics explored the application of age friendly community principles in a real-world setting.

Annual Competition Law and Economics Workshop – Adelaide
Hosted by the School of Law at UniSA Business School, this is a high-level forum for debate on competition policy. At the Stamford Grand Hotel Glenelg.
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.

Asia-Pacific Law Forum – Adelaide
With the theme ‘The Rule of Law on the Silk Road’, the forum will explore legal issues pertaining to China's Belt Road Initiative. Hosted by the School of Law at UniSA Business School at City West Campus.
Hawke Centre - The Good, the Bad and the Outrageous of SA women in Parliament – Adelaide
A panel of politicians and activists asks the question: How are SA women tracking 125 years after women gained the right to take their place in Parliament?
UniSA Research Day – Adelaide
This day is an opportunity to recognise, celebrate and provide insight into the high-quality research conducted across the University, as each Research Theme showcases their research. 9am to 7pm at city West Campus.
Hawke Centre - IGNITE! UniSA Illustration and Animation Graduate Exhibition 2018 – Adelaide
The IGNITE! exhibition is the graduate exhibition of the inaugural 2018 UniSA Illustration and Animation program. It is a brilliant showcase of Illustration and Animation studio projects and portfolios which highlights the professional achievement, recognition and diversity by this year’s graduating students. On display is creative talent and expertise in making pictures for various industry applications and publishing mediums.
Alumni Reunion Dinner – Hong Kong
Join Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd and fellow alumni for the annual reunion dinner at the Intercontinental Grand Stanford, Hong Kong.
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Hawke Centre Illustration exhibition
The Hawke Centre
Samstag exhibition, Molly Reynolds & Rolf de Heer: The Waiting Room
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