The University's first Vice-Chancellor, one of Adelaide's pioneers, Dr Augustus Short had a vision for a university
In 2010, anthropology student Rebecca Richards made history when she became Australia’s first Indigenous Rhodes Scholar.
The 'Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration' was an era when the world's bravest explorers set out to discover Antarctica.
In 1921, Howard Florey graduated from the University of Adelaide with a Bachelor of Medicine
Like many young children, Andy Thomas was fascinated by space. But it wasn’t until he studied engineering at the University of Adelaide...
A champion of women’s rights, Dame Roma was one of the most influential pioneers of her time.
In 1915 alumni William Henry and his son William Lawrence Bragg were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics.
Dr William Griggs does not think of himself as a miracle worker. But his willingness to put his safety on the line to help others in need, is nothing short of miraculous.