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An artist's impression of the new Materials and Minerals Science Building

$40 million to support UniSA's world class minerals and materials research hub
UniSA has been awarded $40 million through the Federal Government’s Education Investment Fund toward a $73 million landmark education and international research facility at Mawson Lakes.
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business people working UniSA wins top business accolade
UniSA was named the inaugural winner of a prestigious new honour in November, the Ashley Goldsworthy Award for sustained collaboration between business and higher education.
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Peter Hoj honoured in Denmark

UniSA Vice Chancellor honoured in Denmark
In a prestigious international ceremony, University of South Australia Vice Chancellor and President, Professor Peter Høj, has been honoured by the University of Copenhagen and personally congratulated by Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.
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David Klingberg

Top awards for high profile alumni
Two UniSA graduates have been awarded prestigious honors in their field this quarter.
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Roger Harris

VET researcher of the year
UniSA’s Professor Roger Harris has been named the inaugural VET Researcher of the Year by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research.
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Art Gallery

UniSA and Arts SA join forces to explore the culture of customer service
The University of South Australia and Arts SA have signed an agreement to conduct annual surveys of service quality in some of South Australia’s flagship arts and cultural organisations.
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Josh Lynch

NHMRC Fellowship for population health expert
One of the University of South Australia’s newest professorial appointments, John Lynch, has just been awarded a National Health and Medical Research Council Senior Principal Research Fellowship.
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Holding Hands

Close up on relationships for the over 20s
PhD researcher and lecturer in social policy, Tammy Hand, is about to launch a comprehensive research project on domestic violence.
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Raphael Nguyen

Award for student peer leader
Raphael Nguyen is one of seven students from Australian universities to receive an Outstanding PASS Peer Leader Award for 2008 at the 4th National PASS Forum, held this year at the University of Sydney.
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IT project opens access to all areas
The biannual School of Computer and Information Science Project Fair Day is always an impressive showcase of the results of students and industry “clients” coming together in the search for a solution to a knotty IT problem.
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Top award for Malaysia’s climate change marketers
Against some tough competition, students at the UniSA partner institution in Malaysia, Taylor's College, recently won the second Marketing Agencies Association (MAA) Worldwide Global Academic Challenge 2008.
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2008 International Day of People with Disability

Removing barriers for students with disabilities
The University of South Australia marked the International Day of People with Disability on Wednesday December 3 with the launch of a new policy supporting the inclusion of students with disabilities.
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News in Brief

News In Brief

  • Making international impact on child abuse and neglect

  • Leader in patient safety awarded

  • UniSA awarded for tourism education

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