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UniSA Students’ Association President Arun Thomas opens the Jeffrey Smart Building alongside UniSA Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd.

New heart of student learning opens

There’s a new building open in town and it’s set to transform the student learning experience and at the same time play an important part in reviving the Adelaide west end. Full story...

Doors open for Endeavour scholars

UniSA’s first recipient of the Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Endeavour Scholarship is taking on the challenge of undertaking Honours in China, researching housing affordability, and relocating her family for up to two years.

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Outdoor, indoor, technology, nature – it’s all important child’s play

There’s a good reason why children are encouraged to play – whether it be with toys, household items, nature or technology – its impact on development can reach well into adulthood, according to a UniSA study.

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Kids miss out on fruit and veg fix

As many as one in every three South Australian children are not meeting national Australian Dietary Guidelines, according to a new UniSA study.

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Achievements and announcements

UniSA is youngest of the young stars in world’s top 50
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UniSA is Australia’s youngest university to be ranked in the top 50 of world universities under 50 years old.
New Pro Vice Chancellor to lead student engagement at UniSA
UniSA has appointed Dr Laura-Anne Bull to the newly created position of Pro Vice Chancellor for Student Engagement and Equity, a role designed to underpin a student centred approach to education at the University.
Reconciliation Action Plan
UniSA has launched its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) this month, strengthening its commitment to improving education and life opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.
Prestigious marketing honour for two UniSA academics
Two UniSA academics have been asked to serve on the selection board of the most prestigious marketing award.
Tribute to Anne Hawke
A former Director of UniSA’s Centre for Applied Economic Research, whose work spurred the ‘no pokies’ movement, was paid tribute on the City West campus last month.
Around the world on a bike to raise funds for cancer research
A young Australian man who has ridden 40,000km around the world on a bicycle to raise funds for international cancer research recently made a pit stop in Adelaide to meet scientists at the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB).
Historic Brookman building undergoes facelift
UniSA’s 100-year-old Brookman building at its City East campus has had a facelift which honours its Anzac past.

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