Gavin Wanganeen with his artwork
Haigh’s collaboration with Gavin Wanganeen supports scholarships at UniSA
Two South Australian icons, Haigh’s Chocolates and Gavin Wanganeen, have partnered to create a stunning gift collection in celebration of Aboriginal culture through art to support UniSA’s Gavin Wanganeen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarship. more...
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Denise Bennett
Leaning in to the healthcare system
Spending the first half of her career as a nurse, Denise Bennett took her inherent knowledge of the healthcare system and built on this drive to help people achieve their very best with the transformative business management methodology of Lean Thinking and Practice. more...
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Tessa Henwood-Mitchell with Bolivian youth
Breaking down barriers in Bolivia
Tessa’s trip to Bolivia while at UniSA changed everything for her. Now she runs a thriving not-for-profit in the area on a mission to empower young people to successfully transition from state care into independence, and to make positive change in their communities. more...
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Alexander Kindlen at the Norwegian Wild Reindeer Pavilion in Norway by Snøhetta
Designing the future with optimism
After graduating with both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Architecture, Alexander Kindlen, was picked up to join Snøhetta’s first Australasian office where he’s had a hand in designing a number of impressive projects, including a very familiar building at the heart of UniSA’s City West campus. more...
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Team UniSA cyclists
Gearing up for the cycling season to take over South Australia
As one of our valued UniSA Alumni you have access to a range of benefits, including perks for the upcoming 2020 Santos Tour Down Under and Tour de Cure’s SA Discovery Tour. See how you can join Team UniSA and receive discounted registration for these legendary Challenge Tours. more...
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People taking photos with phones
The Great Disconnect: The perils of problematic smartphone use
From the first day forward, many people are seemingly married to their smartphones – to have and to hold, for better, for worse, in sickness and in health. But research increasingly suggests excessive smartphone use is bad for our health, not just psychologically, but physically as well. more...
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Alumni Events
 
01
OCT
Environmental Stewardship
Pathways for People, Nature and Cultures

Stepping up our pathways to protect the invaluable contributions of environmental stewardship for people, nature and cultures is the defining challenge of our next decades.
03
OCT
The Shifting Geopolitics of South America
Join us and our panel of experts as they discuss the emerging geopolitical dynamics of the region and what effect this could have on the international system.
18
OCT
Fiona Tan: Ascent - Opening Event
Erica Green, Director and the Samstag Museum of Art Board invite you to enjoy a drink with us as we launch our final exhibition for 2019, Fiona Tan: Ascent, 5 — 7pm, Friday 18 October.
19
OCT
Is the Gallery Enough? Ema Tavola
New Zealand based artist and curator Ema Tavola will reflect on aspects of her practice including curating as a mechanism for social inclusion, its potential to shift representational politics and exhibition making as a mode of decolonisation.
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.
29
OCT
Presenting Moving Image: Talk
Exhibition curator Gillian Brown discusses the presentation of sound and moving image exhibitions, 5 - 6pm, Tuesday 29 October.
02
NOV
UniSA alumni networking evening - Shanghai
Join the Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd for a UniSA alumni networking evening, 6:30pm – 9:00pm, at the InterContinental Shanghai Ruijin. Please RSVP to Sara Jackson to confirm your attendance.
05
NOV
UniSA alumni networking evening - Beijing
Join the Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd for a UniSA alumni networking evening, 6:30pm – 9:00pm, at the Conrad Beijing. Please RSVP to Sara Jackson to confirm your attendance.
07
NOV
Chris Marker + Sans Soleil: Film
Join us at the Mercury Cinema for a free screening of Chris Marker’s Sans Soleil, a significant influence in the making Fiona Tan’s Ascent.
08
NOV
Hong Kong Alumni Reunion Dinner
Celebrate your achievements and share your experiences with fellow alumni as you renew old connections, and build new ones, at the Hong Kong Alumni Reunion Dinner, InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong.
29
NOV
Experimentation in Film: Panel
Fiona Tan discusses her work Ascent. Afterwards, Erica Green hosts a panel discussion with James Nguyen, artist; Mat Kesting, Adelaide Film Festival; Gail Kovatseff, Media Resource Centre and Julianne Pierce, independent producer.
Exhibitions
 
08
OCT-
23
OCT
Visualising Mental Health
Showcase of inventive and visionary design work from students working on an important community health project, Visualising Mental Health, aimed at developing products and tools which will directly benefit and empower the community by improving mental health.
08
OCT-
23
OCT
Clothing for Good
While the personal and social benefits of clothing are positive, an obsession for new clothes in fuelling Australia’s increasing levels of textile waste, which often includes items that have never or hardly been worn.
18
OCT-
06
DEC
Fiona Tan: Ascent
The Samstag Museum of Art brings a concise selection of works by Fiona Tan to Adelaide for OzAsia Festival. Centring upon the Australian premiere of the 2016 work Ascent, this is the first significant presentation of the artist’s work in our country in ten years.
28
OCT-
20
NOV
Martha Cooper: Street Shots 1978 – 2019
New York photographer Martha Cooper’s photos have been credited with spreading urban art worldwide. ‘Street Shots 1978-2019’ draws on her extensive body of work, showcasing her unique perspective on creativity in everyday life.
 
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