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July 2004

A newspaper of the University of South Australia

 

Picture of a brain

Stemming the Brain Drain

The “brain drain” registers a blip on the economic radar with alarming regularity. The loss of our best and brightest intellectual resources to other states in Australia and overseas is a perennial problem for the business and science communities. Full Story

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Main stories

     

The late Don Hawke

Don Hawke memorial scholarship

ON A ROLL: Aerobics champion and UniSA student Kylie Halliday taking a well-earned break after winning silver in the World Aerobics Championships.

Aerobics champ on a winning streak

John Dowie with the Art of Learning sculptures in the 1970s.

New home for John Dowie sculptures

ripped picture of a happy family

Family law: in need of reform?

Other stories

Tackling coordination disorders

Summer school in Denmark

Palliative care project launched

Thinking of the future

It’s all in the stars

Transition grants presented

Parfitt to head ITR

Educators look to the north

Bringing the Beatles online

Decisions on fees and scholarships

Hope for workers stuck in IT time warp

 

Extras

 
UniSA spin-off company secures $2m in funding Professional development courses in TV and video  

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