Professional Development Networks
Network groups provide staff with support and the opportunity to share information, ideas, and develop contacts across the University and the wider community.
There are a number of networks available for staff to join (this list is not exhaustive):
Academic Women's Forum (AWF)
The AWF holds lunchtime meetings and workshops to discuss issues of interest or concern to academic women.
Women's Professional Development Network
WPDN was established in 1995 and is open to all female professional staff at the University of Adelaide. Activities that run throughout the year include lunchtime forums on issues concerning female general staff, networking breakfasts and a mentoring program.
Development & Alumni
The University of Adelaide's alumni community stretches across the globe. Wherever life may take you after Adelaide, you can connect with fellow alumni through one of twenty Networks.
Association for Tertiary Education Management (ATEM)
ATEM is a professional association for managers or administrators working in the tertiary sector.
Education Research Group of Adelaide (ERGA)
ERGA is a cross-disciplinary community of educators promoting high quality University learning through evidence-based, practical approaches to teaching.
TechNet SA is a network for staff of the three South Australian universities working in the practical application of science, engineering, health and associated technological and support services.