Building cultural partnerships
The University is committed to extending our partnerships with the community and in particular, the cultural sector to deliver a multi-faceted events program which combines learning, research, culture, entertainment and the performing arts, on campus and in the heart of the city.
We welcome the opportunity to partner with other cultural, community and not-for-profit groups to:
- Animate the campus as a destination of cultural and community events
- Contribute to the economic development and sustainability of South Australia
- Raise aspirations about higher education pathways
- Deliver better informed policy-making, products and services
- Increase public engagement and cultural enrichment by sharing the latest research and knowledge
This time, we’re tackling Artificial Intelligence in health. Artificial Intelligence is on the rise, and its potential for real world impact, particularly in health care, is palpable. We’ve curated an esteemed panel of doctors, scientists, and health leaders to explore the future of modern health care, the rise of the machine, and fact versus fiction when it comes to Artificial Intelligence.
Please join us for the Healthy Development Adelaide (HDA) forum on Women, Children and Domestic Family Violence where our expert panel of speakers will present on new perspectives, current research and ways forward.
The experiences of “baby-boomer” South Australian women, particularly working-class women and clerical workers, and how far their working lives changed in this period has not previously been closely researched. Rachel’s presentation is based on archival research and supplemented by women’s oral histories. She draws on discoveries from the Women’s Studies Resource Centre materials held in Special Collections and Archives and the Working Women’s Centre Archives held by by the State Library of South Australia.
The RRI are delighted to announce that Professor Ingrid Scheffer AO will present this year's Lloyd Cox Memorial Lecture, where she will present on: "Solving the hidden genetics of the epilepsies"
Please join us for the 17th annual Healthy Development Adelaide (HDA) Oration to be presented by Professor Tracey Wade.