Surgeons in theatre
Ground-breaking traumatic brain injury study begins at UniSA
UniSA neuroscientist, Dr Frances Corrigan, will be heading a new research project to reduce risk of irreparable and life altering damage in children with Traumatic Brain Injuries, the leading cause of paediatric death and long-term disability, thanks to funding from the James & Diana Ramsay Foundation. more...
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Ken Ip
An eye for the Hong Kong marketing business
In finding a niche within the lifestyle and design space – with an eye for beauty and knack for understanding the human psyche – UniSA’s 5-Star MBA graduate, Ken Ip, is taking the Hong Kong marketing business by storm as a millennial on a mission. more...
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Louise Haselton at SALA opening
Louise Haselton in conversation with Gillian Brown: like cures like
Louise Haselton is one of the University of South Australia’s most celebrated and influential artists and was just named the 2019 SALA Festival Feature Artist to coincide with her new exhibition at the Samstag Museum of Art, like cures like. Curator Gillian Brown talks to her about her path so far. more...
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Andrew Bullock
1834 reasons to visit South Australia
Here in SA we have a plethora of riches attracting visitors from all over the world to our shores and more invested than most in the flow of visitors around the state is Andrew Bullock, Tourism and Hospitality Management graduate, CEO of 1834 Hotels, and the new Chair of the South Australian Tourism Commission Board. more...
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Six different types of cafe style coffee
A cup of Joe and you’re good to go (Under 6 a day and you’re A-OK)
Latte, cappuccino or short black, a morning coffee is an essential for many people looking to kick start their day. But while the humble coffee may be a vital feature of the daily grind, how much is too much? more...
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Alumni Events
 
04
SEP
2019 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture delivered by Sally Rugg
The 2019 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture, delivered by Sally Rugg, discussing her book: How Powerful We Are: Behind the scenes with one of Australia's leading activists. How Powerful We Are is her manifesto for championing what you believe is right.
05
SEP
Spiritual Care - moment to moment
Responding to spiritual needs is well recognised in government policy and best practice guidelines as part of a holistic approach to palliative care. But what do we mean by spiritual needs and the unpredictable and fluctuating environments of palliative care?
05
SEP
MBA Info Session
Register to attend one of our MBA Information sessions and learn more about UniSA's 5-star MBA experience. Attendees will hear from academic teaching staff, current students, alumni and industry.
09
SEP
Online MBA Info Session
Register for one of our Online MBA Information sessions and learn more about UniSA's 5-star MBA experience. Attendees will hear from academic teaching staff, current students, alumni and industry.
09
SEP
Women Empowerment and Islam
The Hon Zuraida Binti Kamaruddin is the Minister of the Housing and Local Government, Ministry of Malaysia. In this lecture, Zuraida will share her personal experience and views as a woman minister, politician, wife and mother and on how the teachings of Islam guide her efforts in empowering women in Malaysia.
10
SEP
Enterprising Research Talk: Satellite Revolution
Join Associate Professor Gottfried Lechner as he further explores this exciting area with industry partners and internationally-renowned entrepreneurs Dr Alex Grant, CEO of Myriota, and Dr Matthew Tetlow, CEO of Inovor.
12
SEP
Screening & Discussion with German Director Stefan Weinert
Cologne-born Stefan Weinert is also internationally known for his work as a film and theatre. Stefan Weinert will present on his documentary work; including excerpts of the films and there will be the opportunity for the audience to ask questions.
14
SEP
Narelle Autio in conversation with Tony Kearney
South Australian photographers Narelle Autio and Tony Kearney discuss the practice of Sandra Elms and the photographs that comprise Closer, with curator Joanna Kitto.
26
SEP-
27
SEP
Zephyr Quartet: Domestic Alchemy at Samstag
Domestic Alchemy is a musical response to Louise Haselton’s exhibition like cures like, written by Hilary Kleinig and performed amongst the artwork by Zephyr Quartet - a meditation that explores how repetition and observations from different points of view create greater understanding.
04
OCT
'Friday Knock off's' hosted by BOSS
Catch up with ex-scholars of the UniSA Building and Construction course, and industry colleagues, for a few cold ones at the West Oak Hotel, UniSA City West campus. Tickets: $20
24
OCT
MCIL Digital Trends Forum 2019 - Malaysia
Find out about the latest developments in IT Security and Cloud technologies at the MCIL Digital Trends Forum to be held in New World hotel, Petaling Jaya, with UniSA Malaysia Alumni Chapter Vice President Wai Kok as a featured speaker.
Exhibitions
 
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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.
04
SEP-
02
OCT
Kamal
Kamal will see Tutti Arts visual artists come together with the Sikh community to explore the lotus flower and its place in Sikh culture. The artists have all faced adversity but, like the lotus, they strive for the light and create beauty through their art.
 
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Josh Maloney Lotus
The Hawke Centre
Louise HASELTON, Neither improvement nor decline, 2019, Mount Gambier limestone, mirrored Perspex, sisal, installation view, Samstag Museum of Art. IMAGE Sam Noonan
Samstag Museum
 
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