Here are just a few of our current community partnerships.
Encouraging Young WritersThe True North Project is a development opportunity for emerging writers aged 12–20, coordinated by the University of Adelaide with the City of Salisbury. It offers the opportunity to attend workshops, work with professional authors, and write for the City of Salisbury’s newspaper and website.
Hutt Street Centre – “walk a mile in my boots”On Friday 7 August, 60 members of staff and students joined the Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Warren Bebbington and thousands of others to brave the cold weather and take part in the Hutt Street Centre “walk-a-mile in my boots”.
Smith Family PartnershipThe University and The Smith Family work together on the promotion of education pathways for disadvantaged communities in the northern suburbs. Through a
OzHarvestOzHarvest has partnered with the University of Adelaide to host two events on the Goodman Lawns to raise awareness and fight food waste through the Think.Eat.Save campaign, “Feeding the 5000", and the Great Food Rescue Race.
Australian Refugee AssociationThe