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A Kenyan food program designed to keep poverty-stricken children in school could be a model for expansion to other schools thanks to its 22-year-old founder, a UniSA Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences graduate.

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Space explorers descend on Adelaide

From the future of space exploration to whether you can eat ice cream in space, this month international astronauts gave audiences in Adelaide a rare insight into life beyond Earth.

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Preparing for the uni year: how to make the most of online education

As lecturers and students prepare for the new university year, UniSA’s recipient of an Australian Award for Teaching Excellence encourages other teachers to provide personal support to students.

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Chinese Government presents award to local student

A distinguished student leader award presented by the Chinese Government at the end of last year was awarded to a UniSA PhD student who has a passion for connecting Chinese students.

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Achievements and announcements

WOMADelaide discounts
UniSA is proud to be the first education partner for the WOMADelaide Planet Talks program in 2014.
New door opens for manufacturing in SA
A $59 million Australian Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Cell Therapy Manufacturing opened at UniSA’s Mawson Lakes campus in December, marking the start of something big for biotechnology in the state.
Research Australia Board welcomes Professor Head
Research Australia has welcomed Professor Richard Head, Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research and Innovation as one of its new Directors.

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