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Transforming our Academic Enterprise: Discussion Paper – June 2019
A key commitment in the University’s strategic plan – Enterprise25 – is to introduce a program-focused organisational structure. The Transforming our Academic Enterprise Discussion Paper is now out and we are looking for your responses to the discussion questions and comments on the proposal. more...
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Husband and wife UniSA graduates Abok Dau and Guor Michar
An incredible journey of survival to Australia
Husband and wife UniSA graduates Guor Michar and Abok Dau are working to bring life-saving treatments to women and children living in remote regions of war-ravaged South Sudan after their own experiences fleeing the war. more...
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Artist Yvonne East
Yvonne East: If you can see it, you can be it
Artist Yvonne East has a knack for capturing the innate spirit of her subjects. After honing her skills at UniSA and in regional SA, she is now taking the country by storm with her honest and profound portraits. She takes us through her thoughtful process and recent involvement in the Archibald Prize. more...
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Resthaven Scholarship recipients
The gift of education for promising aged-care professionals
Five UniSA students from a range of health disciplines, dedicated to supporting our ageing population, have been honoured with scholarships at this year’s Scholarships and Grants Ceremony thanks to Resthaven’s generosity. more...
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Professor David Lloyd and Mr Dave Kuah at UniSA and Kaplan partnership launch
Fostering partnerships for our global University
With more than 220,000 alumni living all over the world UniSA’s global reach is more important than ever. With valuable partnerships with a number of cutting-edge international institutions, fostering these relationships is key in our position as the University of Enterprise and establishing our presence overseas with outstanding alumni. more...
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Nahtanha Davey
A safe place to call home for the vulnerable
Nahtanha Davey has always wanted to help others to achieve. So, it’s only fitting that someone so passionate about driving growth and performance success is now the CEO at SACARE, the family-owned housing and support service for people living with disability. more...
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Alumni Events
 
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JULY
The Many Dimensions of Sustainability
We are using natural resources in ways that will severely impact future generations, as spelled out by successive reports on the state of the environment for over twenty years.
03
JULY
From Identity to Art
In this presentation author and journalist Ruby Hamad asks: "how can art be utilised to foster empathy rather than perpetuate a myopic focus on subjective identity?".
09
JULY
Matthew Evans: On Eating Meat
In his new book, On Eating Meat, Matthew Evans, aka The Gourmet Farmer, calls for greater understanding, less radicalisation and ethical omnivores to stand up for the welfare of animals and farmers alike.
11
JULY
Webtopia
In Webtopia, Peter Lewis draws from his own pre- and post-tech experience and conversations to argue that technology itself is not the problem. We are.
16
JULY
Perspectives: Adrian Franklin
Renowned sociologist and design expert Adrian Franklin introduces the concept of anti-museum, documents its conceptual history since the eighteenth century, and identifies its increasing relevance and presence in contemporary art.
18
JULY
Successful Ageing Seminar
As part of our Successful Ageing Seminar series, we invite you to attend this FREE seminar to hear from two respected UniSA researchers on how they are continuing the fight against cancer.
26
JULY
Malaysia Alumni Chapter Annual Networking Dinner
Gather your classmates and join the University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd for a night of fun and friendship at the University of South Australia Malaysia Alumni Chapter Annual Networking Dinner in Malaysia.
27
JULY
Singapore Alumni Chapter Annual Networking Dinner
Gather your classmates and join the University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd for a night to remember at the University of South Australia Singapore Alumni Chapter Annual Networking Dinner in Singapore.
Exhibitions
 
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Advancing Australia Fair - Bob Hawke and his Government
1983 – 1991

Visit the informative exhibition tracking the paradigm shift in Australian values, policies, and international relations pursued by the Hawke government. A Memorial Book will also available for people to sign.
ENDS
19
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.
ENDS
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.
ENDS
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.
ENDS
29
JULY
Illusion
Illusion investigates how art and artists can restore empathy and provide context to news reports where the numbers of victims are counted, but not comprehended.
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27
SEP
Louise Haselton: like cures like
Coinciding with the publication of the 2019 SALA monograph focused on Haselton, Samstag is proud to direct timely and important attention to an influential artist at a pivotal moment in her career.
02
AUG-
27
SEP
Sandra Elms: Closer
An exhibition at Samstag Museum of Art of works by the late South Australian artist Sandra Elms that underscores the transportive possibilities of the photograph.
 
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Hawke Centre: Webtopia
The Hawke Centre
Artwork by Louise HASELTON, End to End 2, 2018. Photo credit: Sam Roberts. Courtesy the artist and GAGPROJECTS, Adelaide and Berlin
 
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