APY Lands UniSA graduates learn to inspire
On 28 March 2012, 7 students drawn from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands (APY Lands) and surrounding regions
graduated from the Anangu Tertiary Education Program (AnTEP) which provides teacher education to Anangu students whilst they reside in their home communities. This unique program is another example of the UniSA's commitment to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Samstag scholarship success for UniSA student
Making your name in the art world is no easy feat, but one UniSA Master's student is off to a great start as the recipient of a prestigious Samstag scholarship, renowned as a
'golden passport' to professional success.
Exploring the brain at new neuroscience lab
Why do some people develop dementia but not others, and why do our cognitive powers change as we age? A team of UniSA researchers will be exploring these issues and many more at the recently launched Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at UniSA's Magill Campus.
Endeavour Scholarship to research teacher retention
Soon-to-graduate UniSA PhD candidate, Lisa Papatraianou, has been awarded an Endeavour Scholarship, allowing her to collaborate with British universities to research issues affecting teacher retention.
UniSA student rubs shoulders with royalty at international
UniSA Social Work and International Studies fourth year
student Tessa Henwood-Mitchell recently returned from attending the second
annual One Young World Summit in Zurich, Switzerland, where youth leaders met to
discuss solutions to the world's problems.
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