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  • UniSA's new trading room for business students

    Bold new space puts UniSA Business School ahead of the pack

    The University of South Australia Business School will soon unveil its new home at City West campus, a $5 million state-of-the-art business hub, equipped with its own simulated stock exchange trading floor. And anyone interested in a sneak peek of the new facilities can see inside the Yungondi building at UniSA’s Open Day on Sunday August 20.


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  • Student studying online

    UniSA launches 100 per cent online study

    For more than 25 years, UniSA students have been able to earn a degree without having to step on to a campus. The launch of UniSA Online in September, builds on the University’s history and experience to bring a suite of new career-focused 100 per cent online degrees, designed specifically for online learning.


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  • Biosolids from Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant.

    Could biosolids contribute to zero carbon emissions?

    The use of biosolids from sewage on farms could help Australia reduce carbon emissions – but only if environmental policies are updated to encourage more research and development into the area, according to the work of a UniSA PhD student.


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  • Students and volunteers from UniSA, the Association of Siamese Architects (ASA) VERNADOC, the University of Syiah Kuala, and the University of Indonesia, working under the instruction of Finnish VERNADOC expert Tuomas Klaus to document Nursyiah’s house fo

    Students help preserve Indonesia’s architectural heritage

    Thirteen years ago, Banda Aceh made international headlines when it was devastated by a tsunami on Boxing Day.

    In the years since, a multibillion-dollar reconstruction effort has seen many structures rebuilt, but few in keeping with what stood before.


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  • Data on a computer

    Researchers help intelligence agencies make sense of complex data

    Law enforcement and defence agencies have access to more data than ever, with the ability to track suspicious activity using a range of technologies. But having access to reams of information is of little value unless you can extract something meaningful from it.


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  • Group of wine marketing students at Bird in Hand winery

    French MBAs look Down Under for wine marketing insights

    France boasts thousands of years of wine making and some of the finest wines in the world, but French (and Chinese) students come to Adelaide to learn about wine and spirits marketing.


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  • Artist's impression of the new SMARTSchool

    New Samsung SMARTSchool at UniSA aims to spearhead best-practice teacher education

    Australia’s most technologically advanced teacher training facility is planned at UniSA’s Magill campus and is expected to open its doors in time for the 2018 teaching year.


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  • GovHack SA 2017. Image courtesy GovHack Australia.

    Data-driven hackathon challenges innovative minds

    From apps to help people find their closest dog-friendly park to programs to rehome refugees, a hackathon has generated more than 45 ideas for making data more accessible to the public in meaningful ways.


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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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