Becky-Jay Harrington in Nepal
Building disaster resilience in Nepali communities
An interest in humanitarian issues and desire to help develop disadvantaged communities has led business graduate Becky-Jay Harrington to an exhilarating international career in disaster management and emergency response. more...
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Dave Court
UniSA grad behind 2020 Adelaide Fringe Poster
Prolific, multi-disciplinary artist, Dave Court, is slowly taking over Adelaide with his distinctively playful work which recently won him the coveted 2020 Adelaide Fringe Poster Design, and includes his ‘City of Music’ mural overlooking the UniSA City West Campus where he got his start. more...
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Young refugees
UniSA researchers find education and support helps young refugees thrive
Research from the University of South Australia has highlighted the rich cultural diversity of youth with refugee backgrounds in South Australia and early findings suggest that these young Australians, actively engaged in education, are successfully working towards high aspirations. more...
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Dr Christopher Raymond
Planting the seed of sustainable change in Finland
Dr Christopher Raymond is breaking down barriers when it comes to the relationship between the environment and humans, creating real-world solutions in Finland thanks to the support he received at university that has crossed oceans and blossomed into lifelong friendships. more...
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Studying UniSA online in the park with dog
UniSA Online goes global as Director named Top 40 Under 40 leader
Wherever you are in the world, you can now build on your career and take the next step with the University of South Australia’s 100% online degrees providing you with the flexibility to study where and when you choose. more...
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Carolin Reichherzer and Mitchell Norman with Precision Group Executive
UniSA PhD students reinvent retail therapy wheel
A pair of University of South Australia (UniSA) Computer Science PhD students have taken out the 2019 Retail Game-Changer Challenge to disrupt traditional retail shopping experiences with their app, ShopTrotter, and develop the concept with commercial property company, Precision Group. more...
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Alumni Events
 
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Monte Masi: llllllllllllllllllll
Monte Masi’s performance, titled llllllllllllllllllll, is about his relationship with Louise Haselton’s art practice and the sites of these encounters over time, exploring the conventions of the gallery floor talk as a vehicle for strange sounds and intimate narratives.
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Perth UniSA Networking Event
Join the University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd and catch up with your classmates at a networking event at COMO The Treasury in Perth.
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Human Health, Wellbeing and an Ageing Population - their Place in a Sustainable Future
Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Wakefield Futures Group, as part of the Sustainable Futures series, two presentations explore human health, wellbeing and an ageing population and their place in a sustainable future.
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Melbourne UniSA Networking Event
Join the University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd and catch up with your classmates at a networking event in in the State Library Victoria.
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Banking Bad with Adele Ferguson
The shocking truth about Australia's financial institutions, as told by Adele Ferguson, the journalist who did the most to bring about Australia's banking royal commission.
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Canberra UniSA Networking Event
Join the University of South Australia’s Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd and catch up with your classmates at a networking event at the National Press Club of Australia.
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Louise Haselton in conversation with Gillian Brown
Louise Haselton joins exhibition curator Gillian Brown for a conversation, part of a series of free artist talks in the West End Creative Precinct for the SALA Festival.
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2019 UniSA Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Grand Final
For a chance to represent UniSA at the Asia-Pacific 3MT® Final, our candidates will present their research to you using 1 slide, and in just 3 minutes.
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UK Europe alumni cheese and SA wine night
Join UniSA alumni Serena Gasparini and Andrew Grill, Sommelier and Master of Ceremonies, for a late-summer cheese and SA wine night extravaganza in the fascinating surrounds of the London Canal Museum.
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Narelle Autio in conversation with Tony Kearney
Photographers Narelle Autio and Tony Kearney discuss the practice of Sandra Elms and that photographs that comprise Closer, with exhibition curator Joanna Kitto.
Exhibitions
 
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Art By Prisoners
Art by Prisoners presents selected works created by men and women incarcerated in South Australia’s adult prisons, allowing the anonymous contributors to participate in the community both as prisoners and as artists.
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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.
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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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Road into Sunset, Art by Prisoners
The Hawke Centre
Image: Louise HASELTON, Star Fingers 2, 2000, wax, 22 x 23 x 3 cm. Courtesy the artist.
Samstag Museum
 
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