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UniSA is proud to announce that we have joined forces with a network of specialist organisations to create South Australia's first Neurodiversity Hub (NDH) - a national initiative that aims to support neurodiverse students to successfully navigate university life and create pathways to graduate employment opportunities.
Neurodiversity refers to the way a person thinks, communicates or behaves that may be different or challenging to the general population. Many neurodiverse individuals have talents that we don't recognise because we tend to focus on the differences instead of looking at ways to unlock and support the potential within.
UniSA's Neurodiversity Hub (NDH) is not a physical place - it is a combination of initiatives, programs and tools that together create a safer, more supportive and adaptive study environment in which neurodiverse students can thrive. Our NDH will initially focus on students who are on the Autism Spectrum, with plans to expand supports to other neurodiverse groups as the project evolves.
For more information, refer to the Neurodiversity Hub concept website.
PLEASE NOTE: This webpage is currently under construction - further details about UniSA's Neurodiversity Hub will be posted shortly. In the meantime, all queries relating to UniSA's hub can be directed via email to the Manager - Access & Inclusion, at email@example.com
UniSport Australia Virtual Distance Running Championships
- Free entry
- Open to all students, staff and alumni
- Running, walking and wheelchair (wheelies) categories
- The only equipment participants require is a smart phone and active wear
- Participants can record their results on a day/time that suits them, at a location of their choice
- Various distances to choose from - 5km, 10km, Half Marathon and Marathon
Each participant who logs a result via the ASICS Runkeeper App will score points towards our overall university score. For prizes, UniSA Sport are awarding Rebel Sport vouchers to the fastest female and male runners and wheelies in the 5km and 10km categories.
PACE Mentoring Program
The Positive Action Towards Career Engagement (PACE) Mentoring Program connects students and jobseekers with disability with experienced mentors from Australian leading businesses.
- 16 week program running twice per year- April - August and August- November
- Meet approximately every 2 weeks setting goals and desired outcomes
- Discuss experiences, skills, and career pathways
- Reviewing resumes and cover letters
- Practice interviews
- Networking with other professionals
- Building confidence
- Understanding key strengths and abilities
Spring 2020 Adelaide Program mentors participating from ANZ and Bendigo and Adelaide Bank from areas including: HR, management, banking and financial services, and recruitment.