A learning adventure around the world
(in a solar powered rickshaw no less)

Julian O’Shea believes in the power of education and has seen the difference practical projects and collaborating with others can make. That’s why he founded Unbound, encouraging students to get outside of their comfort zones, immersing themselves in the global classroom and all that it has to offer. more...

Emma Grigson-Gair

From Afghanistan to the Pacific with the Australian Army Medical Corps

Emma Grigson-Gair has spent more than half of her life with the Australian Defence Force as a Medical Officer. Struck with a strong desire to serve from a young age, she has travelled the world in important roles in emergency response planning and health intelligence. more...

Preserving the beauty of his rich indigenous culture of Bangladesh

Pallab Chakma is fiercely protective and an inspiring champion for human rights and the environment amongst his vulnerable indigenous community. Now, as Executive Director of the Kapaeeng Foundation, he is working towards preserving his customs and culture in Bangladesh. more...

The perfect gift of education in the time of COVID-19

One of the university’s most generous major donors – Tom Pearce – could not have predicted a more opportune time for his An@tomedia gift to UniSA as an online resource that provides a comprehensive and interactive anatomy learning experience in the comfort of your own home. more...

A long history of global business education excellence at UniSA

UniSA Business is the only business school in South Australia accredited by both AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and the EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) with the business school earning both endorsements in the past two months. more...


11 June >> Leading Beyond COVID-19: Managing the ‘New Normal’ With Staff

Join us for this webinar where UniSA Executive Director: People, Talent and Culture, Jane Booth, UniSA Resource Management Professor Carol Kulik, and Foodbank SA CEO, Greg Pattinson will discuss how work practices, productivity and employee loyalty are all under the microscope, exploring ‘new normals’ for relationships with employees.

12 June >> International Property Experts on the future post-COVID-19

Register your interest for this exclusive webinar with industry heavyweights and renowned UniSA Alumni, investment banker, Group Vice Chairman of Moelis Australia and Sydney Swans Football Club Chairman, Andrew Pridham AO, Stockland Managing Director and CEO, Mark Steinert, and Mapletree Investments Regional CEO Europe and USA, Michael Smith for an exclusive virtual seminar on the biggest risks and opportunities in property as we make our way out of the COVID-19 crisis.

18 June >> Crisis and Denial presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and The Conversation

What do climate deniers, anti-vaccination activists and COVID-19 conspiracy theorists have in common? Why are they so resistant to 'facts'? Join research psychologist and former politician Dr Carmen Lawrence, social scientist Professor Julie Leask and cognitive scientist Stephan Lewandowsky as they explore why myths and misinformation can be so compelling, who benefits from spreading misinformation, and how we can change people's minds.

16 July >> Borders and the Pandemic presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and The Conversation

People and countries have been forced apart by the pandemic. External borders broken down by globalisation were hastily re-erected. Internal borders were raised as we gave up our personal liberties to stay safe. Join Professor Stan Grant (Journalist and Vice Chancellor’s Chair of Australian-Indigenous Belonging, Charles Sturt University), Hugh White AO (Emeritus Professor Strategic Studies, ANU), and Dennis Altman AM (Professorial Fellow, Institute for Human Security, La Trobe University) as they discuss how the pandemic has changed the way we think about borders.

27 July >> Women and Leadership: Real Lives, Real Lessons with The Hon Julia Gillard AC

Join the Hawke Centre for the Book Launch of Women and Leadership: Real Lives, Real Lessons written by Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard and economist, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. This inspirational and practical book written by two high-achieving women, shares the experience and advice of some of our most extraordinary women leaders, in their own words.

10 September >> Food Democracy: From Passive Consumers to Active Food Citizens

This event will explore how democracy can be used to empower citizens to have choices and to find greater satisfaction in the food we eat. Join The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and public health & nutrition researcher, Dr Sue Booth as she introduces the idea of food democracy, enabling food consumers to become food citizens.



6 July - 28 August >> The ART in heART

The ART in heART is an exhibition in The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre’s Kerry Packer Civic Gallery showcasing artworks by local emerging artists attending weekly workshops run by Neami National, a community based organisation providing services to improve mental health and wellbeing in local communities.

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