An exciting day on the road for Team UniSA-Australia with Cam Meyer in the breakaway for most of the day, picking up sprint points and coming second in the King of the Mountain along the way. Meyer's impressive performance saw him named today's Most Competitive Rider together with Jack Bauer from Quick-Step.
Join us for the Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program students launch of a stratospheric satellite into space.
Simultaneous helium balloons will be launched to an altitude of approximately 35 kilometres. The satellite payloads are designed and built by our program participants and will then be recovered east of the River Murray.
Exclusive UniSA News interview with singer songwriter Lloyd Cole just ahead of a unique sound installation he will be exhibiting @ Nexus Arts from next Wednesday. Discover more here: [ Unisa.edu.au Link ]
Team UniSA-Australia retained its lead in the overall Team Classification today with steady riding in hot, muggy conditions with some variable winds at the home end of Stage Three from Glenelg to Victor Harbour. Both experienced team members such as Cameron Meyer and newbies like Callum Scotson noted the last lap was "messy".
"A bit like being in a washing machine" with the peleton mixing and... View details ⇨
Pic of this morning’s enrolment session at UniSA City East Campus. If you need help with your enrolment, you can call us on 1300 301 703 or drop-in anytime between 8.30am-6pm (Mon-Fri) at your nearest Campus Central.
Join us for the Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program’s FREE public event - Space Policy Panel.
Come along and discover all there is to know regarding space exploration and the policy around it. Our industry leading panel will include Dr Michael K. Simpson - Secure World Foundation, Ms Flavia Tata Nardini – Launchbox, Mr Nicola Sasanelli – DefenceSA, Michael... View details ⇨
What are the chances ... Nirbhey and Jasjit Singh are identical twins, received the same ATAR and have both been offered and are accepting the same degree at UniSA. Congratulations (x2)! Their story on 9 News Adelaide tonight at 6pm.
Congratulations to everyone who received an offer to study with UniSA! We’re very excited to have you on board! Don’t forget to log into your UniSA email account to follow the next steps of your UniSA journey.
As temperatures passed 40 degrees, Team UniSA riders kept their cool and rode to the conditions in a Shortened Stage 1 of the Santos Tour Down Under today. Team UniSA coach Brad McGee welcomed the decision from officials to reduce the race distance by 26.5 kilometres due to the extreme heat and says his team's focus is now firmly on their recovery to ensure they are well prepared for the... View details ⇨
Team UniSA-Australia being presented to the crowd at the Tour Down Under team presentations for 2017. Cameron Meyer, Nathan Earle, Lucas Hamilton, Callum Scotson, Sam Jenner, Michael Storer and Jai Hindley. Managed by Bradley McGee
Techstars founders Brad Feld and David Cohen will be live in Adelaide for a fireside chat on 25 January 2017. Brought to you by the Innovation & Collaboration Centre, this will be the only public event for startup founders in Adelaide. Designed for startup founders of all backgrounds, this event will provide a unique insight into what creates a world class startup ecosystem, angel investing,... View details ⇨
UniSA and the International Space University are pleased to welcome the return of the Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program from 9 January - 10 February 2017.
This will be the sixth program held at UniSA and it will include a series of free public events at City West and Mawson Lakes. Space industry and space exploration experts, including female astronaut Dr Soyeon Yi, Korea’s first... View details ⇨