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Helping people in prison find the light

Already balancing a high-pressure career in news media when personal tragedy struck, alumna Johanna Jarvis was forced to take better care of her inner well-being. What followed was a career change which has taken her on an unexpected path all the way to New York City’s notorious Rikers Island. more…

Professor Adrian Esterman

Dreaming of a COVID-free Christmas

Leading Australian epidemiologist, University of South Australia’s Professor Adrian Esterman is, in fact, a NOVID. Read on to find out what that means and what we can all do to protect ourselves and our families over the holiday period. more...

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UniSA – your University of Enterprise

We have more than 220,000 graduates, industry partnerships with more than 2,500 companies worldwide, offer degrees that are industry-focused and informed, and have become one of Australia’s largest online education providers. Watch our video update…

Andrew Rowlands, Assoc Prof Gabrielle Todd and Glen Rowlands discuss the most recent research at the University of South Australia.

Supporting research into Parkinson's

Researchers at UniSA are looking at a specific area of the brain for a means of earlier and more accurate diagnosis for Parkinson’s disease. This research is made possible thanks to people such as the Rowlands family who have donated funds in memory of their wife and mother, Joy. more...

Scholarship recipients Treena Clark, Loyola Wills, Montanna Doudle, Kirra Dyer with trustees Shauna Henty and Margaret Davy AM.

Two decades supporting Aboriginal students

For more than 20 years, several UniSA students from an Aboriginal background have benefitted from the generosity of Irene and David Davy. Recipients are now spread across the world and achieving their goals in diverse industries. more...

UniSA refugee student Shikofa

Events & Exhibitions

Until 27 January 2023 >> C-Idea Design Awards Exhibition

The C-IDEA Design Award is an annual multinational juried design competition. With jury members from 20 countries, and over 30 representatives from high-profile designers to educators, these awards aim to recognise and promote visionary talents. Representing a wide array of design fields, works ranging from Industrial Design, Architecture, Interior Design, illustration, Animation, Fashion, Communication Design and New Media, will be on display at the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery. Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and UniSA Creative.

Wednesday 8 February >> Freedom, Only Freedom: Behrouz Boochani In-Conversation with Professor Peter Greste

Join The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre for an in-conversation with Kurdish-Iranian writer, journalist, scholar, cultural advocate, filmmaker, and former Manus Island detainee, Behrouz Boochani, who will discuss his second book, Freedom, Only Freedom: The Prison Writings of Behrouz Boochani. In his first and only Adelaide event, Behrouz Boochani will be in conversation with award-winning journalist Professor Peter Greste, with an introductory presentation delivered by Freedom, Only Freedom editor and long-term translator/collaborator Dr Omid Tofighian.

1 - 28 February >> Charlie’s Rainbow Move Challenge

Make a commitment to join the Charlie’s Rainbow Move Challenge for the month of February 2023. Set your own goals and choose how you want to proceed. Just do more exercise than you usually would and meet other participants and be supported by professional trainers via social media. Go for a walk, ride a bike, kick the footy, go to the gym, take the stairs and raise funds for research into Paediatric Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML). Get on board today, ready to start in February.

2 - 4 April >> SA Discovery Tour

Whatever your level of fitness or experience on the bike, it’s not too late to register and start training for the 2023 Tour de Cure. Taking in the wine regions of the Adelaide Hills and Barossa Valley this promises to be yet another unique event for riders and support crew alike. A supportive and friendly team will be on hand to guide you through the training, fundraising and fun as you raise funds to support local cancer researchers. Register as a rider, support crew, or simply make a donation here.

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SA Discovery Tour, Sunday 2nd April - Tuesday 4th April 2023, Register now, proudly supporting Flinders Foundation and the University of South Australia

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