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Educating Exceptional Graduates

Opening the jam

10am 12noon

25 years of teaching, research and working with the community Guests: David Lloyd (Host), Professor Denise Bradley, Richard Head, Bev Schutt, Bruce Linn.

The UniSA Graduate

1pm 3pm

Core capabilities, their relationship to the university’s Graduate Qualities and how we evidence their achievement to differentiate a UniSA graduate. Guests: Simon Beecham (Host), Brenton Dansie (Co-Host) Stephen Boyle (Co-Host), Kate Thiele, Pauline Carr, Elaine Bensted, Raymond Spencer.

Building an Innovative Workforce

3pm 6pm

This discussion showcases internship opportunities now in place and explores how we continue to create opportunities across all our programs for students to participate in work-based learning experiences. Guests: Jana Matthews (Host), Andy Koronios (Co-Host), Carol Grech (Host), Rachel Gibson (Co-Host), Lydia Dennett.

Magill Education Precinct

7pm 10pm

Approaches to teacher education and the relationship between place, space, practice and pedagogy. Guests: Denise Meredyth (Host), Stephen Dobson (CoHost), Jo Cys (Co-Host), Christopher Ghan, Susan Close.

conversations continuing overnight

UniSA Online Strategy

9am 10:30am

Showcase the commitments made in the Digital Learning Strategy and explores a key priority of the Strategy to deliver UniSA Online. Guests: Allan Evans (Host), Shane Dawson (Co-Host), Paul Wappett, Joanne Fox, Mark Bazzacco.

Higher Education Policy Landscape

10:30am 11am

The broader context in which the University operates. Guests: David Lloyd (Host), Minister Birmingham

Belinda Robinson, Julie Hare;

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Shaping the enterprise

3pm 5pm

Collecting up the best ideas from across the jam. Guests: David Lloyd (Host), Maggie Beer.

Research and Innovation

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UniSA's Research and Innovation Strategic Plan

11am 3pm

Research vision and commitments made in the Research and Innovation Strategic Plan. UniSA’s place in the state and national innovation and science agenda. Guests: Tanya Monro, Robyn Williams (12noon - 1pm)

UniSA's Research Themes

3pm 6pm

6 interdisciplinary themes … how they are being operationalized at UniSA and their links to emerging state and national priorities. Guests: Tanya Monro (Host), Richard Head (Co-Host), Leanna Read

Building Industry Linked Research

6pm 10pm

Opportunities open to UniSA to build new partnerships and deepen existing relationships with industry. Guests: Emily Hilder (Host), Ian Olver (Co-Host), Andrew Beer (Co-Host), Kerry London(Co-Host), Chris Saint (Co-Host) , Renee Hindmarsh, Aidan Byrne, Phil Baty, David Thodey.

conversations continuing overnight

Transforming the PhD

8:30am 12noon

Explore the suite of activities designed to further integrate industry into the PhD and the development of a range of employability and entrepreneurship skills in our graduates. Guest: Pat Buckley (Host), Susan Hillier (Co-Host), Ruth Rentschler (Co-Host), Christine Garnaut(Co-Host), Jason Whittle (Co-Host), Eucharia Meehan, Nick (Ka Leung) Li, Joanne Fox, Felicity Braithwaite, Andrew Harris.

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Globally Visible and Sustainable Research

1pm 3pm

Further progress our ambition to establish international partnerships and consortia that will enhance our global reach and impact. Guests: Byron Sharp (Host), Ron Corso, Richard Head.

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Engaging with our students and our communities

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The Student Experience: the Student Engagement Framework

12noon 3pm

Reflect on the actions we have taken to date, and what we still need. Guests: Laura-Anne Bull (Host), Joshua Schneider, Luke Rogers, Sally Varnham, Carey Moore (USASA President).

Science Creativity Education Studio

3pm 6pm

SciCEd and the opportunities it presents to showcase our research and connect people at the interface of science, art and innovation. Guests: Kristin Alford (Host), John Climax, John Hill, Susannah Eliott.

A Global Philanthropy Strategy

6pm 10pm

Showcase philanthropic projects and inspire philanthropic support. Guests: Deb Heithersay (Host), Robert and Gayle Cowan, Eric Granger, Julia Steele Scott

UniSA, Asia and the World

6pm 10pm

Our position in the international student market, new models for transnational delivery and collaborations with China and across Asia. Guests: Nigel Relph (Host), Gabrielle Rolan (Co-Host), Allan Evans (Co-Host), Jim McDowell, Valerie Baya.

Alumni Chatroom

10pm 9am

Dedicated to alumni to chat and reconnect with each other, and have their say about current initiatives and what they would like moving forward. Guests: Deborah Heithersay (Host) 10pm-11pm.

Education Beyond the City

9am 12noon

Explore UniSA’s commitment to supporting the social, intellectual, economic and cultural development of regional communities. Guests: Bob Vink (Host), Laura-Anne Bull (Host), Paul Havelberg (Co-Host), Stephen Dowdy (Co-Host), Paula Nagel, Rob Kerin, Karen Nelson , Kemal Brkic.

Volunteering and Community Collaboration

12noon 3pm

Encourage volunteering among our staff and students. Guest: Laura-Anne Bull (Host), Anne-Marie Parsons (Co-Host), Pip Williams, Miriam Silva.

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A culture of excellence and commitment

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Cultural Change

12noon 3pm

Consider the feedback provided through the culture survey, the actions we have taken to build an organisational culture of enterprise Guests: Wendy Lacey (Host), Roger Eston (Host), Rosie Batty, Graham Winter, Miriam Silva.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander University of Choice

3pm 7pm

Explore how we continue to work in partnership Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations. Guests: Peter Buckskin (Host), Deanne Hanchant-Nicols (Host), Esther May (Co-Host), Tom Calma, Mark Waters, Marlee Silva, David Copley, Edwin Kemp.

Cultural Change continued

7pm 8pm

Guests: Ruth Blenkiron (Host), Liam Cleaver.

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Enterprise Support Plans

9am 12noon

Directors of each Unit will be available to discuss the impact of each plan and changing models of service delivery. Guests: Alan Brideson (Host), Peter Prest (Host), Paul Sherlock (Host), Ruth Blenkiron (Host).

Efficient and Effective UniSA

12noon 3pm

Cutting red-tape and moving to online administrative processes … review what has been done and identify opportunities for further improvement. Guests: Paul Beard (Host), Allan Tabor (Co-Host).

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