In Pictures

25th Birthday Gala Dinner

Almost 900 guests attended UniSA’s major anniversary event, the 25th Birthday Gala Dinner on July 29 at the Adelaide Convention Centre. The blue carpet was full of laughter and anticipation and the ballroom was buzzing as guests celebrated UniSA's wonderful history and exciting future. A selection of images are featured below and the full album is available to view on Flickr. Photography by Brenton Edwards and Alice Healy.

25th Birthday Gala Dinner 'Blue Carpet'

25th Birthday Gala Dinner 'Blue Carpet'
25th Birthday Gala Dinner (L-R) Vice Chancellor David Lloyd and Anne Timlin. (R) Host Jessica Adamson.
(L) Vice Chancellor David Lloyd and Anne Timlin. (R) Host Jessica Adamson.
James Morrison and the James Morrison Academy Band perform at the Gala Dinner.
James Morrison and the James Morrison Academy Band perform at the Gala Dinner.
Silent Auction items
The silent auction items available at the Gala Dinner.
Australian acrobatics ensemble, Gravity & Other Myths performed.
Australian acrobatics ensemble, Gravity & Other Myths performed.
(L) Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke AC with Governor of South Australia Hieu Van Le. (R) Former UniSA Pro Vice Chancellor Professor Ian Davey, Governor Hieu Van Le and former UniSA Chancellor Dr David Klingberg.
(L) UniSA Deputy Vice Chancellors Nigel Relph and Prof 
                      Tanya Monro. (R) Liz Scarce and Former Governor of South 
                      Australia Kevin Scarce.
(L) UniSA Deputy Vice Chancellors Nigel Relph and Prof Tanya Monro. (R) Liz Scarce and Former Governor of South Australia Kevin Scarce.
(L) Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research and Innovation Professor Tanya Monro and David Monro. (R) Dr David and Pam Sweet.
(L) Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research and Innovation Professor Tanya Monro and David Monro. (R) Dr David and Pam Sweet.
(L) Ursula Franck, Governor Hieu Van Le and Paula Nagel. (R) Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke and Caroline Carroll.
(L) Ursula Franck, Governor Hieu Van Le and Paula Nagel. (R) Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke and Caroline Carroll.
(L) Former UniSA Vice Chancellors Professor Peter Høj and Emeritus Professor Denise Bradley AC, with Senator Simon Birmingham. (R) State Liberal Leader Steven Marshall, Maggie Klingberg and Hugh Chevrant-Breton.
(L) Former UniSA Vice Chancellors Professor Peter Høj and Emeritus Professor Denise Bradley AC, with Senator Simon Birmingham. (R) State Liberal Leader Steven Marshall, Maggie Klingberg and Hugh Chevrant-Breton.
(L) Conner Wilson, Pro Vice Chancellor of UniSA’s Business School Professor Marie Wilson and 
                     Jasmine Vreugdenburg. (R) Future Industries Institute Director Professor Emily Hilder, 
                     Natalie and Tom Forde.
(L) Conner Wilson, Pro Vice Chancellor of UniSA’s Business School Professor Marie Wilson and Jasmine Vreugdenburg. (R) Future Industries Institute Director Professor Emily Hilder, Natalie and Tom Forde.
(L) Chancellor Jim McDowell and Mijung McDowell. (R) Maggie and David Klingberg.
(L) Chancellor Jim McDowell and Mijung McDowell. (R) Maggie and David Klingberg.
(L) Debra and Prof Rick Sarre. (R) Dr Bianca Price and Kelvyn Bailes.
(L) Debra and Prof Rick Sarre. (R) Dr Bianca Price and Kelvyn Bailes.
(L) Alex and Paula Ouwens. (R) Nathan and Rachel Casserly.
(L) Alex and Paula Ouwens. (R) Nathan and Rachel Casserly.
(L) Premier Jay Weatherill, John Hill and Chancellor Jim McDowell. (R) Kylie Sproston, Courtney Morcombe and Senator Simon Birmingham.
(L) Premier Jay Weatherill, John Hill and Chancellor Jim McDowell. (R) Kylie Sproston, Courtney Morcombe and Senator Simon Birmingham.
(L) Judi Morrison, The Hon. Susan Close MP and Liz Hounslow. (R) James and Jessy Kappamankal, Dana and Russell Wortley.
(L) Provost and Chief Academic Officer Prof Allan Evans and (third from left) Pro Vice Chancellor of Student Engagement and Equity Dr Laura-Anne Bull with guests. (R) UniSA staff ‘behind’ the event.
(L) Provost and Chief Academic Officer Prof Allan Evans and (third from left) Pro Vice Chancellor of Student Engagement and Equity Dr Laura-Anne Bull with guests. (R) UniSA staff ‘behind’ the event.
(L) Uncle Lewis O'Brien gives the Kaurna Welcome. (R) Governor Hieu Van Le, former UniSA Chancellor Dr Ian Gould and current Chancellor Jim McDowell.
(L) Uncle Lewis O'Brien gives the Kaurna Welcome. (R) Governor Hieu Van Le, former UniSA Chancellor Dr Ian Gould and current Chancellor Jim McDowell.

O-Week – international students and campus days

Last month it was O-Week at UniSA for students commencing their studies mid year. The festivities kicked off by welcoming new international students and finished with a taste of Adelaide at Haigh's chocolate factory and the Adelaide Central Markets. Some students even braved the cold and wet conditions at Mount Lofty, and met some fury friends at Clealand Wildlife Park and the Adelaide Zoo.

Ahead of Study Period 5 for 2016, students attended info sessions at their Program Day, and enjoyed free banh mi and cold rolls, a lunch-time expo, plus free snacks and entertainment.

O-Week at UniSA

 

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