Gavin Wanganeen with Gavin Wanganeen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarship recipient
Gavin Wanganeen believes role models are the key to building future leaders
The Gavin Wanganeen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarship (GWATSIS) was established 16 years ago with the simple goal of supporting disadvantaged Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to complete a university degree, particularly those with a strong desire to succeed and give back to their community. more...
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African woman on a farm
Productive and profitable farms improving lives in Africa
Decades-old cropping calendars, weak water governance and poor use of irrigated lands were hindering sustainable crops in sub-Saharan Africa, creating high levels of poverty and insufficient crops to maintain local communities. Now with smart water management these prospects are improving thanks to alum, Professor Henning Bjornlund. more...
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Dr Barbara Drigo
UniSA researchers reducing the risk of antimicrobial resistance
Antimicrobial resistance threatens the effective prevention of infections and is an increasingly serious threat to global public health. Dr Barbara Drigo's research is working to eliminate antibiotics from our wastewater. Look out for UniSA’s next Enterprising Research Talk, 6 May, for more information on how we are combatting antimicrobial resistance. more...
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Max Hunt
Designing with passion and authenticity
You may have spotted Max Hunt’s iconic HS650 stool in many Adelaide mainstays – outfitting everything from Pirie Street Social Club, Peel Street Restaurant and Uber San Francisco – spawning a few knockoffs as well. Now heading up Hunt Furniture, Max’s exciting journey is the result of doing what you love. more...
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Peer Support Officers Shakila Orozgani and Alphanso Sayee
UniSA Student Refugees’ journey to peace
Two remarkable alumni from University of South Australia College both from refugee backgrounds, have been given the opportunity to make a positive and substantial difference in their UniSA community thanks to the Australian Government’s Department of Home Affairs and their Multicultural Affairs & Citizenship Program. more...
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GroupGH staff
Bridging gaps to connect students to industry
GroupGH has been delivering highly personalised accounting, financial planning and information technology to individuals for over 40 years. Now, the firm has developed a special partnership with the UniSA Business School’s Business Careers Mentor Program by dipping into the University’s immense talent pool for recruits. more...
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Seven Siblings from the Future - Explore the big issues of the future in MOD.’s new podcast series
 
Alumni Events
 
16
MAR
Perspectives: Jes Fan
Jes Fan’s trans-disciplinary practice emerges from a sustained inquiry into the concept of otherness. Fan navigates the slippery complexities of identity as guided by the tactile and material histories of his chosen media.
18
MAR
View from the Top with the Hon Christopher Pyne
Join us for this View from the Top masterclass 'The China and Australia relationship – engagement or confrontation?' presented by the Hon Christopher Pyne.
24
MAR
UniSA Executive Education Showcase
Come and explore new potential career opportunities with UniSA Executive Education. This free event provides a window into program offerings designed to address business challenges & professional development.
25
MAR
University of South Australia Networking Event - Sydney
Join us for this Networking Event hosted by the Vice Chancellor at Pier One Sydney Harbour. The Vice Chancellor will be joined by guest speaker Professor Timothy Olds, whose world-leading research explores daily influences on health outcomes in both children and adults.
Exhibitions
 
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24
MAR
Sanaa: A Better World Through Creativity
Showcasing the work of contemporary African artists - from grassroots level to some of the continents leading artists, this exhibition includes artwork from Africa's street artists, prolific visual artists and photographers.
28
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12
JUN
2020 Adelaide//International
Samstag presents the 2020 Adelaide//International featuring five distinct exhibitions by Australian and overseas arts practitioners opening 28 February.
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24
MAY
MOD. Seven Siblings from the Future
Meet the siblings and help to shape the future of Eucalara through the choices that you make. SEVEN SIBLINGS FROM THE FUTURE asks what sort of future we want for South Australia.
 
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Activism Now
The Hawke Centre
Georgia SAXELBY, Lullaby (still from video performance), 2017, in collaboration with Viva Soudan and Bailey Nolan. Photo: Kristin Adair.
Samstag Museum
 
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