Solving big picture health crises in the US
Solving big picture health crises in the US
As one of the first Maurice de Rohan International Scholarship recipients, Dr Ivana Stankov has taken full advantage of the invaluable opportunity to study abroad, leading her to making waves in the American Health industry. more...
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Malcolm Lai
A high-flying career breaking ground across the Asia Pacific
Malcolm Lai has gone from strength to strength in his career - graduating as an Architect in Perth in the early 90s to leading a team of project managers on a $7billion property portfolio across the Asia Pacific region. more...
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John and Delene Weber
Delene and John’s journey to cure ovarian cancer
Four years after John Weber’s wife, UniSA’s Associate Professor Delene Weber, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, he will be joining the Tour de Cure South Australian Discovery Tour to raise vital funds for game-changing cancer research, support and prevention projects that will bring the dream of a world without cancer closer to reality. more...
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From left: Warren Guppy, The Hon. Rachel Sanderson (Minister for Child Protection) and Sharron Williams (Chief Executive, AFSS) at AFSS National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children's Day Connection to Culture event
Supporting family and social justice for Aboriginal Australians
Warren Guppy’s dedication to supporting Aboriginal Australians achieve the social and family justice deserved has resulted in a 27 year career, supporting policy, legal rights and social services for the Aboriginal communities and families who call South Australia home. more...
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Future of Transport - DeLorean sports car
The future of transport
When the sci-fi DeLorean sports car first hit movie screens in Back to the Future in 1985, audiences delighted in the time travelling antics of Marty McFly and Doc Brown. Thirty years on, and futuristic transportation-tech continues to feature in many a blockbuster, raising the question: what will transport actually look like in the future? more...
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Image gallery: UniSA alumni events
 
Alumni Events
 
UNTIL
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JULY
For Country, for Nation
This Australian War Memorial Touring exhibition brings to light the long-standing tradition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in fighting for Country to reveal stories of service in the military and on the front lines of war.
UNTIL
19
JULY
Reality in flames: modern Australian art and the Second World War
Comprising over eighty artworks drawn from the Australian War Memorial’s collection, Reality in flames features work by leading artists of the time including Joy Hester, Sidney Nolan and Albert Tucker. An Australian War Memorial Touring exhibition.
UNTIL
19
JULY
Unbound Collective: Sovereign Acts V: CALLING
The Unbound Collective brings together four Adelaide-based First Nations women working across art, activism and academia: Ali Gumillya Baker (Mirning), Faye Rosas Blanch (Mbararam/Yidinyji), Natalie Harkin (Narungga) and Simone Ulalka Tur (Yankunytjatjara).
07
MAY
Unmaking Images: Image-Making and Representation
Retracing the history of her own practice, Hoda Afshar recounts how the camera has served her as a tool for exploring issues of identity and marginality, both as a documentary photographer in Iran, and as part of her visual-art practice after migrating to Australia.
16
MAY
The Bilingual Advantage
Bilingual programs in Australian schools are booming. Focusing on the benefits of bilingualism and multilingualism, this lecture, led by an expert on bilingual education, will provide an opportunity to bring some balance to the current debate and to examine the impact of bilingual education.
23
MAY
London Alumni Cocktail Reception
Join the University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd and catch up with your classmates at an alumni cocktail reception in London.
UNTIL
29
MAY
Cultivate
Cultivate explores the concept of recovery through nurturing and strengthening a person’s identity. Featuring multidisciplinary artworks by emerging artists attending the Neami National Visual Art Programs, the exhibition encompasses the depth of the human psyche and the community connection we invest in to grow and flourish.
12
JUNE
UniSA Networking Event in Adelaide
Join the University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd and catch up with your classmates at this event to be held at MOD. our future-focused museum of discovery.
13
JUNE
Brisbane Alumni Cocktail Reception
Join the University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd and catch up with your classmates at an alumni cocktail reception to be held at Blackbird, Riverside Centre, Brisbane.
 
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Unbound Collective - photo by Tony Kearney
 
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