Art & Design of Health & Wellbeing Cluster - Networking Event
The Art & Design of Health & Wellbeing Research and Innovation Cluster brings together researchers, practitioners, policy makers, industry, and community groups from diverse backgrounds to provide a hub for the inspiration, development and dissemination of new knowledge and transformative methodologies that integrate art, architecture and design as key contributors to the improvement of health and wellbeing for individuals and communities.
Wednesday 27 November 2013
5:00pm to 7:00pm
West Bar, North Terrace
City West Campus
University of South Australia
Please click here for more information about the event.
To register for this free public event, email ADHW@unisa.edu.au by Monday 25 November 2013.
Stimulating Conversations: Poster Display
Posters will be used as meeting points around which attendees with complementary interests, needs or resources can discuss potential collaborations.
If you have a project (idea, underway or completed) that you would like to share at the networking event, we will design and print an A1 poster for you.
To participate, click here for the Networking Event Poster Display Request Form and email completed forms to ADHW@unisa.edu.au by 4 November 2013.
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News and achievements
Read and find out about our latest achievements and news below.
Food and Friendship with Poh
The ‘Food and Friendships with Poh’ project is an initiative of the Healthy Kids Research Cluster and the Nutritional Physiology Research Centre. It is the brainchild of UniSA Senior Lecturer in Nutrition and Food Sciences Dr Karma Pearce and Research and Innovation Cluster Leader Ms Lynette Kelly, who is being assisted by UniSA’s Language and Learning Co-ordinator Dr Shashi Nallaya.
See Learning Poh Ling Yeow's taste for great food (Adelaidenow, 13 March 2013)
The art of human rights
September 2012: Valuable partnerships with universities in the United Kingdom have been established by UniSA’s Human Rights and Security Research Cluster (HRSC).
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