Action set 4: Transformational infrastructure, enriching the fabric of our institution
UniSA will deliver and renew infrastructure that positions the university as an inspiring place to work and study, providing spaces that stimulate and foster creativity and innovation in all facets of our operation - spaces that underpin happiness and health and support new models of learning.
We will deliver a new Centre for Cancer Biology and an Integrated Allied Health Professionals Clinic.
We will create a physically and thematically integrated UniSA Business School.
We will consolidate of all of our education offerings in a new precinct on the Magill Campus, transforming the provision of education training through accommodation of public schools, specialist schools and providers delivering birth to Year 12 education.
In STEM Infrastructure
We will invest in the refurbishment of undergraduate teaching equipment and laboratories for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education at Mawson Lakes.
Our Public Engagement on Science.
We will deliver a major science public outreach initiative – the MOD. (Museum of Discovery)
MOD. is a futuristic museum of discovery, a place to be and be inspired. By offering immersive experiences within dynamic, changing exhibition programs, MOD. will explore the inherent creativity in problem-solving, and consider how research shapes our understanding of the world to inform future possibilities.
Other infrastructure plans include:
- Moving the Hawke Research Institute into the Hawke Building on the City West Campus;
- Providing dedicated branded and managed student accommodation;
- Investing in new sports facilities and clubs and planning a new sports and cultural complex that can be reconfigured to include a university 'Great Hall'.