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  • Cheryl E. Praeger

    Not so hidden - Australia’s top female figures in maths meet in Adelaide

    The University of South Australia is set to host Australia’s largest ever meeting of female mathematicians when the first Women in Mathematics Special Interest Group (WIMSIG) conference - Celebration of Women in Australian Mathematical Sciences 2017 – begins on September 24.


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  • Podiatry team winners with UniSA Chancellor Jim McDowell.

    Help for skin disease, podiatry and therapeutic services recognised

    Three UniSA projects with considerable community outcomes and collaboration have been recognised at this year’s Chancellor’s Awards for Community Engagement.


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  • Brain wave sensors

    Neuroscientists’ work offers hope for 400,000 people living with dementia

    Two UniSA researchers are hopeful of major breakthroughs in preventing and treating dementia, the second leading cause of death in Australia.


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  • UniSA student Hannah Thomas - winner of this year’s Three Minute Thesis competition.

    Three minute talk on wound healing for diabetics takes top place

    A novel approach to tackle the complications of diabetes – the biggest health challenge confronting Australia – has won UniSA student Hannah Thomas this year’s Three Minute Thesis competition


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  • Freyja Stokes

    Pratchett Scholarship underpins research into our online “small gods”

    Fascinated by Sir Terry Pratchett’s own concept of ‘small gods’, Bachelor of Arts (English and Psychology) graduate, Freyja Stokes has been awarded one of the $100,000 scholarships established at UniSA in his name.


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  • Jeffrey Smart Building

    UniSA’s star rises as it becomes youngest Australian university in world’s top 250 institutions

    The University of South Australia’s star continues to rise after leaping into the world’s top 250 institutions in the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings released overnight.


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  • Student studying online from her living room

    UniSA Online Study Grants support students to cross educational barriers

    Providing more opportunities for students from regional and remote communities and those who are economically disadvantaged, the University of South Australia is making up to $500,000 in study grants available for students enrolling in any of the 11 new degrees available through UniSA Online.


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  • Dr Tasha Stanton treats a man with lower back pain

    Is back stiffness just a trick of the mind?

    Is back stiffness all in the mind? New scientific evidence from a University of South Australia researcher shows – for the first time – that feelings of back stiffness may purely be a protective mechanism to avoid further injury.


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    Team UniSA took out the Winning Team Award

    Congratulations to Team UniSA-Australia, taking out the Winning Team Award in the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under. Great job guys.

    Congratulations to Team UniSA-Australia, taking out the Winning Team Award in the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under. Great job guys.

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    UniSA 2016 News Highlights

    Take a look back at a selection of news stories and achievements from the University of South Australia in 2016.

    Take a look back at a selection of news stories and achievements from the University of South Australia in 2016.

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    Graduate’s great gift launches UniSA’s Pridham Hall

    Watch the full presentation here: https://youtu.be/pr3_6VrDBq8 The Pridham Foundation, which administers the philanthropic giving by the family of UniSA graduate Andrew Pridham, has presented a $5 million gift to the University of South Australia to support its new great hall, now under construction in the Adelaide CBD’s Hindley Street. Acknowledging this as the largest single private donation in the University’s 25-year history, UniSA Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd says the signature building, housing multipurpose sports and graduation venues, will be now be known as Pridham Hall. The importance of the Pridham philanthropic gift is being further recognised by the State Government, which will augment the donation with an additional $1 million to create two new perpetual scholarship programs. The two scholarships are the Elite Athlete Scholarship – supporting high-achieving sportspeople to attain their university education at UniSA - and the Goodes O’Loughlin UniSA GO Scholarship - recognising outstanding academic merit by high-achieving Aboriginal students seeking to study at the University in a range of programs and expanding the work of Adam Goodes’ and Mick O’Loughlin’s GO Foundation.

    Watch the full presentation here: https://youtu.be/pr3_6VrDBq8 The Pridham Foundation, which administers the philanthropic giving by the family of UniSA graduate Andrew Pridham, has presented a $5...

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    Adam Goodes signs Indigenous Defence Consortium MoU with University of South Australia

    The University of South Australia and the Indigenous Defence Consortium (IDC) formalised a new collaboration designed to advance and support business and education opportunities in the defence industries for new generations of Aboriginal leaders. UniSA Vice Chancellor, Professor David Lloyd, and CEO of Indigenous Defence Consortium, Adam Goodes signed a memorandum of understanding that will see UniSA support skills development through its educational offerings in areas such as science and systems engineering, right through to business administration, supply chain management, business marketing and growth and entrepreneurship.

    The University of South Australia and the Indigenous Defence Consortium (IDC) formalised a new collaboration designed to advance and support business and education opportunities in the defence...

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