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2014 Three Minute Thesis winning presentation by Emily Johnston
 
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Watch Emily Johnston's Three Minute Thesis UniSA Grand Final winning presentation, 'Mosquito research: saving lives with pantyhose and paperclips'. Emily also won the People's Choice award.
Midwifery students at the University of South Australia
 
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Hear from Midwifery students about their study experiences at the University of South Australia.
Study Help: Report Writing
 
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Tips on how to write reports for your assignment. For more from University of South Australia visit: UniSA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UniSA/ https://www.facebook.com/UniSANewsroom/ UniSA Twitter: https://twitter.com/UniversitySA https://twitter.com/UniSAnewsroom UniSA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/universitysa/ UniSA Weibo: http://weibo.com/studyatunisa
Study Help: Writing Assignments at Uni
 
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Tips on what to consider when writing assignments at uni, as well as the different assignment types you might encounter.
Study Help: Referencing
 
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Tips on how to reference for your assignments. For more from University of South Australia visit: UniSA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UniSA/ https://www.facebook.com/UniSANewsroom/ UniSA Twitter: https://twitter.com/UniversitySA https://twitter.com/UniSAnewsroom UniSA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/universitysa/ UniSA Weibo: http://weibo.com/studyatunisa
Aviation Academy - University of South Australia
 
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The University of South Australia is the only university in South Australia to offer Aviation as a tertiary qualification and one of two universities in Australia with a flying academy. For information on becoming a Pilot, contact the Aviation Academy http://w3.unisa.edu.au/aviation/conus.asp
Civil Engineering - University of South Australia
 
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Civil Engineering graduate Rebecca Pierotti discusses her experience of studying at the University of South Australia and where it has taken her in her career. Find out more at http://www.unisa.edu.au/engineering World Top 100 for Engineering and Technology* *2013-14 Times Higher Education World University Rankings UniSA's Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment is a world-leader in engineering teaching and research, boasting standards of academic excellence in engineering and technology that have been ranked amongst the top 100 universities in the world, the top six in Australia and the only university in South Australia in the 2013-14 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. These results follow recognition from Excellence in Research Australia for the Division's global vision and outstanding dedication to industry research with the achievement of a world-class or above rating for more than 86 per cent of our university's assessed research. This includes a ranking of 4 for Engineering -- a performance above world standard. Accompanying these impressive results is a ranking one (1) for teaching in Civil Engineering in the national Graduate Careers Australia 2012 Course Experience Questionnaire.
Is pain a case of mind over matter? - courtesy Ten News
 
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Professor Lorimer Moseley, Chair in Physiotherapy and Professor of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of South Australia, says we need to reframe our understanding of pain. "Pain has been part of the human experience longer than magnetic bracelets, ergonomic chairs, whiplash and repetitive strain injury. Yet it is just in the last few decades that we have realised how terrifically complex pain really is and how wrong many of our assumptions about pain really are," he said. "Pain is not a measure of true tissue damage, it's a measure of the brain's attempt to protect tissue. Critically, the pain you feel is absolutely real, regardless of the true tissue damage. "Experiments show, for example, that if you convince a child you are going to prick their finger with the tip of a compass, ask them to close their eyes and then touch their finger with a blunt object instead of the compass, the finger still hurts. This is because their brain is trying to protect them. "Similarly, if a soldier's leg is blown off in battle, it's important to their survival that the leg doesn't hurt because if it did they would attend to that injury instead of avoiding being shot. Isn't that just a magnificent system? The brain is absolutely critical in our experience of pain." More Australians suffer from chronic pain than diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer combined, with chronic pain and its management costing Australia almost $100 million a day. Prof Moseley said the nervous system changes when pain persists, making the management of chronic pain difficult. He said that the longer the pain continues, the better our nervous system and brain become at making pain, meaning people can hurt even when the tissue that was injured is getting better. "For example, if you've had back pain for 30 years and your back really hurts when you pick up a box, it's possible that watching someone else pick up a box can make your back hurt. That's how overprotective your nervous system can become" said Prof Moseley. "I think we need to train the brain to start to overcome chronic pain. We can help people identify their pain triggers, whether they are body-related, neurological, psychological or related to sights, sounds, activities and postures. "Once we have removed those triggers we then work to re-introduce them gradually. This can be a very complex task - we should never underestimate how wonderfully complex we are." Prof Moseley's lecture Pain. Is it all just in your mind? is part of the Knowledge Works lecture series. It is on Wednesday May 4 at 6.30pm at the Mutual Community Lecture Theatre, Basil Hetzel Building,City East campus. Registrations are now full, but a vodcast of this lecture will be available on Monday May 9 at http://www.unisa.edu.au/knowledgeworks/default.asp.
Getting a grip on pain and the brain - Professor Lorimer Moseley - Successful Ageing Seminar 2013
 
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Successful Ageing Seminar: Getting a grip on pain and the brain 26 July 2013 Chronic pain is a huge problem in Australia, with one in five people suffering from a chronic pain disorder that reduces their quality of life. It is estimated to cost Australia approximately $35 billion a year -- a financial burden that is greater than cardiovascular disease and diabetes combined. Clinical neuroscientist and physiotherapist Professor Lorimer Moseley is the leader of the Sansom Institute for Health Research Body in Mind research group. He and his team are conducting ground-breaking research into chronic pain -- shedding light on how the brain produces pain, and in turn developing non-pharmacological treatments to help the millions of people who suffer from chronic pain. In the first of two presentations, Professor Moseley outlined why pain really is in your head, but not in the way you might think. He considered questions such as what pain is, why we have it and why it often does not go away. Following Professor Moseley, National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) postdoctoral research fellow, Dr Tasha Stanton, delivered a presentation focusing on osteoarthritis and the brain. Dr Stanton is at the forefront of novel approaches to the pain of osteoarthritis. Her research interests lie in understanding the neuroscience behind pain and its clinical implications. For more from University of South Australia visit: UniSA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UniSA/ https://www.facebook.com/UniSANewsroom/ UniSA Twitter: https://twitter.com/UniversitySA https://twitter.com/UniSAnewsroom UniSA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/universitysa/ UniSA Weibo: http://weibo.com/studyatunisa
Nursing students at the University of South Australia
 
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Hear from Nursing students about their study experiences at the University of South Australia.
Architecture student Gaurav Mehra - University of South Australia
 
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Gaurav, a student from India, talks about his experience as an Architecture student at the University of South Australia.
Cat personality explained: understanding the Feline Five
 
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As part of the Cat Tracker project we have been studying the personalities of pet cats. Our research findings have been published in PLOS ONE. Our analyses of 2,802 cat personality tests indicate a set of five personality factors that capture the majority of these cats’ personality characteristics. Each factor reflects numerous related personality characteristics. We have called these factors the Feline Five, listed here with some examples of the characteristics they reflect: 1. Skittishness HIGH SCORES = anxious, fearful of people and cats LOW SCORES = calm, trusting 2. Outgoingness HIGH SCORES = curious, active LOW SCORES = aimless, quitting 3. Dominance HIGH SCORES = bullying, aggressive to other cats LOW SCORES = submissive, friendly to other cats 4. Spontaneity HIGH SCORES = impulsive, erratic LOW SCORES = predictable, constrained 5. Friendliness HIGH SCORES = affectionate, friendly to people LOW SCORES = solitary, irritable While animal personalities are typically considered to be stable and not easily changed, there is evidence that personalities may change over a lifetime, depending on experiences and situations (e.g. stressful events). Considering that cat personalities may change, we thought it would be interesting to have a look at the personalities of indoor cats and compare them to outdoor cats. We were wondering if keeping a cat indoors might change its personality. To find out more visit: http://www.discoverycircle.org.au/cat-personality/ For more from University of South Australia visit: UniSA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UniSA/ https://www.facebook.com/UniSANewsroom/ UniSA Twitter: https://twitter.com/UniversitySA https://twitter.com/UniSAnewsroom UniSA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/universitysa/ UniSA Weibo: http://weibo.com/studyatunisa
Radiation Therapy Student, Melissa - University of South Australia
 
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Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Radiation Therapy) student, Melissa, talks about her experience studying this unique program, working with patients in their fight against cancer and training to embark on a career as a Radiation Therapist.
Aviation, Alexi Currie - University of South Australia
 
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Bachelor of Aviation and Graduate Diploma in Aviation graduate Alexi Currie discusses her experience of studying at the University of South Australia. Find out more at http://unisa.edu.au/aviation
Study Help: Evaluating Information
 
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Tips from the UniSA Library on how to evaluate information using the C.R.A.A.P. test to assess whether it is appropriate for your needs. For more from University of South Australia visit: UniSA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UniSA/ https://www.facebook.com/UniSANewsroom/ UniSA Twitter: https://twitter.com/UniversitySA https://twitter.com/UniSAnewsroom UniSA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/universitysa/ UniSA Weibo: http://weibo.com/studyatunisa
UniSA’s Pridham Hall fly through
 
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In 2014 the University embarked on a project that will transform on-campus life and provide purpose-built facilities for students to celebrate University life, milestones and achievements. The Pridham Hall will be a one-stop shop for students and the local community, featuring a sports complex, swimming pool and facilities for graduations, exams, corporate and cultural events. Here is a sneak peek at how the building will look.
Australian Registered Nurse Training Program (ARNTP)
 
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Current international ARNTP student testimonials from India.
UniSA Accommodation Services
 
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Welcome to the University of South Australia. Take a look at this video to find about the wide range of accommodation options in Adelaide, which can suit your needs and budget. For more information, or if you have any questions or concerns, contact our Accommodation Services at unisa.edu.au/accommodation
How the brain processes language - Professor Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky
 
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Predicting “When” in Discourse Engages the Human Dorsal Auditory Stream: An fMRI Study Using Naturalistic Stories. Language is the most powerful communicative medium available to humans. Nevertheless, we lack an understanding of the neurobiological basis of language processing in natural contexts: it is not clear how the human brain processes linguistic input within the rich contextual environments of our everyday language experience. This fMRI study provides the first demonstration that, in natural stories, predictions concerning the probability of remention of a protagonist at a later point are processed in the dorsal auditory stream. Katerina Danae Kandylaki, Arne Nagels, Sarah Tune, Tilo Kircher, Richard Wiese, Matthias Schlesewsky, and Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky The Journal of Neuroscience, November 30, 2016 • 36(48):12180 –12191 Image list presented in order of appearance: 1. Stroke diagram; ConstructionDealMarketing; Licenced under CC-BY-2.0 2. Children reading; licenced under CC0 Public Domain 3. Welcome in different languages (green heart); Licenced under: CC0 Public Domain 4. Brain with red lights; www.modup.net/. Licenced under: Public Domain Mark 1.0 5. MRI scanner: sent from Ina (source unknown, waiting to hear from Ina) 6. Engineer (UniSA Asset Bank) 7. Brain 'A Picture of good health'; Licenced under: CC0 1.0 8. Music: Perception; www.bensound.com; licence cert #197669 9. Inferior parietal lobe – Licenced under: Attribution-ShareAlike 2.1 Japan CC BY-SA 2.1 JP For more from University of South Australia visit: UniSA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UniSA/ https://www.facebook.com/UniSANewsroom/ UniSA Twitter: https://twitter.com/UniversitySA https://twitter.com/UniSAnewsroom UniSA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/universitysa/ UniSA Weibo: http://weibo.com/studyatunisa
Wireless Vehicle Communication System - University of South Australia
 
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Dedicated short range communications combines high reliability wireless communications and GPS, allowing cars to "talk" to each other and to roadside infrastructure such as traffic lights. Music used in this video: iStockphoto®, ©Zeffss1, industrial 2
International Students open 'The Lazy Cafe' in Adelaide, South Australia
 
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The Lazy Cafe in Glenelg - opened and operated by four Chinese students living and learning in Adelaide who are looking to pay their way through university.
Nursing and Midwifery at University of South Australia - Health Sciences
 
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Hear from Nursing and Midwifery students at the University of South Australia's Division of Health Sciences.
Education (Early Childhood) graduate Rachel Roddam - University of South Australia
 
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Where tomorrows teachers learn today. The University of South Australia's School of Education has a long and respected history of producing first class graduates and leaders within education.For more infomration visit http://unisa.edu.au/eds
Mature-age worker engagement
 
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Want your mature-age workers to be engaged and productive? Researchers Carol Kulik, Sanjeewa Perera, and Christina Cregan explain how management practices can engage mature-age workers. Many countries are increasing the age at which people can access retirement funding, encouraging mature-age workers to keep working. But if these mature-age workers lose motivation and disengage from their work, organisations pay a steep price in lost productivity. High performance and age-friendly management practices increase mature-age worker engagement by reducing concerns about age stereotypes. The researchers say “adopting the right management practices may be the key to ensuring that mature-age workers contribute to the organisation long past the traditional retirement age".
Pain. Is it all just in your mind? Professor Lorimer Moseley - University of South Australia
 
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Pain has been part of the human experience longer than magnetic bracelets, ergonomic chairs, whiplash and repetitive strain injury. Yet it is just in the last few decades that we have realised how terrifically complex pain really is and how wrong many of our assumptions about pain really are. Pain is an important issue. Its impact on our society is staggering - more Australians suffer from chronic pain than diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer combined. Every day, chronic pain and its management costs Australia almost a million dollars. How can this be? In this fascinating Knowledge Works lecture, Professor Lorimer Moseley will examine two important questions - "Why does it hurt?" and "Why does it still hurt?" He will share findings from his international research investigating the role of the brain and mind in chronic pain disorders.
UniSA City East Campus Tour
 
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Take a tour of City East campus, the hub of health and medical science at UniSA. You'll get to see some of our favourite spaces on campus and gain an insight into how our students use them every day.
Josh, Bachelor of Nursing student - University of South Australia
 
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UniSA is the leading university for graduate careers and is number one in SA for employment outcomes, flexibility and professional experience. Study, work and live in regional South Australia with a degree in health from UniSA. “My decision to undertake a Bachelor of Nursing was a deeply personal one. While I might not be able to change the world, I’m a part of a special group of people who have the ability to change people’s lives every single day. That to me is the next best thing." Josh, current Bachelor of Nursing student.
The rise of Islamic finance - Knowledge Works
 
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Lecture details Since its formation in the mid-1970s Islamic finance has grown rapidly, and appears to have come of age since the global financial crisis by nearly doubling in size from just over US $600 billion in 2007 to approximately $1.2 trillion in 2010. In this latest Knowledge Works seminar Professor Mervyn Lewis will share the secrets of what makes Islamic finance a success and what attracts investors.Professor Lewis will explore Islam itself, and shari'a law, for these provide the religious and ethical principles underpinning the system. Professor Lewis will also examine how Islamic banking and finance operate in practice, including Islamic investment funds and sukuk (bonds) that tap new global market segments and have driven the system's rapid growth. The seminar will close by considering the ways in which Islamic finance provides a viable and distinctive alternative to conventional finance. This insightful Knowledge Works lecture is a not to be missed event for those conducting business or collaborating with Islamic finance organisations, or those simply seeking greater insight and understanding of Islamic business and its future. Professor Mervyn Lewis is Professor of Banking and Finance at the University of South Australia and is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia. Previously he was Midland Bank Professor of Money and Banking at the University of Nottingham and has been a Visiting Scholar at the Bank of England as well as the Inaugural Securities Commission-University of Malaya Visiting Professor. Professor Lewis has published 22 books, 70 articles and 81 chapters and his research volumes include Islamic Banking (2001), Islamic Finance (2007), Handbook of Islamic Banking (2007) and An Islamic Perspective on Governance (2009). Visit the Knowledge Works website at www.unisa.edu.au/knowledgeworks
Jeffrey Smart Building Tour - University of South Australia
 
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Join Alyssa, a nursing student, on a guided tour of the University of South Australia’s Jeffrey Smart Building. Experience the ins and outs of this new $85 million student learning centre, which has 8 floors, covers 12,480m² and provides cutting edge learning spaces and services.
Clinical Psychology graduate John Chambers - University of South Australia
 
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The University of South Australia is a leading provider in Psychology, Social Work and Human Services qualifications. Our graduates are equipped with an in-depth knowledge of human behaviour that prepares them to make a real impact on 21st-century people and communities. For more information visit unisa.edu.au/psw
Meet Emily and experience student life at the University of South Australia in Adelaide.
 
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Meet Emily – an international student at the University of South Australia. Follow her as she goes about her day on campus, living in the city of Adelaide. Take a look at the Magill campus - home to her social work studies at a university ranked number one in the state for social work research.* See why our students enjoy studying at a University which offers practical experience and supportive teaching. Get to know what Adelaide has to offer – from affordable living to beautiful beaches, great shopping, year round festivals and events. Find out why it’s a great place to live, study, make friends and feel at home. *Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2015 For more from University of South Australia visit: UniSA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UniSA/ https://www.facebook.com/UniSANewsroom/ UniSA Twitter: https://twitter.com/UniversitySA https://twitter.com/UniSAnewsroom UniSA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/universitysa/ UniSA Weibo: http://weibo.com/studyatunisa
UniSA Mechatronics Engineering & Robotics Club
 
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The Mechatronics Engineering & Robotics Club (MERC) was formed to foster the creative potential of students by providing the resources that will allow them to design and build their own projects as well as projects presented to the club through UniSA and industry.
Urban & Regional Planning - Stephen Yarwood - University of South Australia
 
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The Former Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Stephen Yarwood talks about studying Urban and Regional Planning at the University of South Australia and where it has taken him.
Tips for Graduation Day
 
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This short video provides some tips to ensure you have a great Graduation Day.
Study Help: Reflective Writing
 
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Tips on how to do reflective writing for your assignment.
Magill Campus Selfie Tour
 
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Follow UniSA student Jasmin as she takes you on a guided tour of the Magill Campus. For more from University of South Australia visit: UniSA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UniSA/ https://www.facebook.com/UniSANewsroom/ UniSA Twitter: https://twitter.com/UniversitySA https://twitter.com/UniSAnewsroom UniSA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/universitysa/ UniSA Weibo: http://weibo.com/studyatunisa Camera and Editing: Jasmin D'Souza and Carl Swart Music: Bay Breeze by FortyThr33 http://soundcloud.com/fortythr33-43 Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/XER8ZgOExKU
Environmental Science - University of South Australia
 
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Environmental Science graduate Heidi Hessling discusses her experience of studying at the University of South Australia and where it has taken her career. Find out more at http://www.unisa.edu.au/enviro
Experiencing Chennai: UniSA social work students studying in India
 
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University of South Australia students speak about their experiences studying social work on exchange to Chennai, India.
O-Week at UniSA
 
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If there's one week not to miss at uni, it's O-Week at UniSA. Come and celebrate the beginning of your uni life with valuable advice, new friends and entertainment. www.unisa.edu.au/o-week
Lloyd Cole on Music from Singles to Spotify
 
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Hawke Research Institute and evening with singer and song writer Lloyd Cole - On Music from Singles to Spotify. Wednesday 2 July 2014, City West Campus.
Study Pharmacy at the University of South Australia
 
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Joanne speaks about being a third year Pharmacy student studying at the University of South Australia.
Master of Design (Industrial Design)
 
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The Master of Design (Industrial Design) will let you get creative with your career. Find our more at unisa.edu.au
Information Technology - University of South Australia
 
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Information Technology graduate and current student Jordan Trasente discusses his experience of studying at the University of South Australia and where it has taken him in his career. Find out more at http://www.unisa.edu.au/IT World Top 100 for Engineering and Technology* *2013-14 Times Higher Education World University Rankings Recognising academic excellence for achievements in the information technology field, the School's IT programs have been positioned in the world's top 100, sixth in Australia and the only university in South Australia in the 2013-14 Times Higher Education World University Rankings for Engineering and Technology.
Project Management - University of South Australia
 
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Master of Project Management student Shan Bala discusses his experience of studying at the University of South Australia. http://unisa.edu.au/projectmanagement
Hawke Talks with John Foxx
 
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Professor Anthony Elliott appears in discussion with John Foxx - founder and original lead singer of Ultravox - at the University of South Australia on 26 July 2016.
UniSA Business School – Filipino students
 
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Hear from Filipino students, Gail and Kristinne on their experience of living and studying in Adelaide, Australia. Studying Masters degrees in Marketing and Professional Accounting, these students experienced the teaching, placements, and support services offered by UniSA Business School and enjoyed the relaxed, friendly lifestyle of Adelaide.
Medical Imaging Graduate, Kosta - University of South Australia
 
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A recent Medical Imaging graduate, Kosta offers an insight into this unique program and shares his experiences working at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Rural Medical Radiation Science Placement Testimonial - Nathan Ngo
 
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Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science student Nathan shares his experience of his rural placement at Port Pirie Radiology, SA Medical Imaging, supported by UniSA’s Department of Rural Health.
Study Help: Scholarly Sources Explained
 
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Tips from the UniSA Library on how to identify scholarly or academic resources for use in your assignments. For more from University of South Australia visit: UniSA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UniSA/ https://www.facebook.com/UniSANewsroom/ UniSA Twitter: https://twitter.com/UniversitySA https://twitter.com/UniSAnewsroom UniSA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/universitysa/ UniSA Weibo: http://weibo.com/studyatunisa

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