The University of Adelaide’s new strategic plan will see the University charging itself with the role of “future maker” for the State. Announced today, the new plan, Future Making, will shape the trajectory of the University through to its 150th year (in 2024) and beyond. “Future Making challenges our University to realise its potential for the State […]
The UniBar and Cloisters have been officially handed back to the University and will be managed by the RCC for the duration of the Fringe. For the next month, the space will be the location of Roberta’s Italian Cucina, overseen by Roberto Cardone, co-founder of the original Cibo Ristorante and now Director of the RCC. Completion of […]
Congratulations to the Infrastructure staff who were recognised at Friday’s Operations Awards for Excellence at the National Wine Centre. The RCC Fringe Coordination Team was awarded the CROSS-UNIT COLLABORATION award at the Operations Awards for Excellence event at the National Wine Centre. The award recognises a team which has effectively engaged in cross-unit collaboration to deliver business value. Congratulations […]
The Adelaide Health & Medical Sciences Building has picked up two more design awards. The building was recognised with and Australian Engineering Excellence Award (Arup, Aecom and Aurecon Australia) and an IESANZ Award of Commendation for Lighting Design (Sarah Linton for the AHMS Facade).
RCC Fringe (formerly known as the Royal Croquet Club) will have a new home at the University of Adelaide’s North Terrace campus starting with the Adelaide Fringe 2019 Season. Under the management of Adelaide company Momentarily, RCC Fringe 2019 at the University of Adelaide will open from Friday 15 February – Sunday 18 March 2019. With its focus […]
The AHMS has won an Australian Engineering Excellence Award (AEEA) with a joint entry between ARUP, AECOM and Aurecon. AEE recognise outstanding achievement in engineering and the invaluable contribution engineering makes to the economy, community and the environment.
Level 1 Barr Smith South has undergone major refurbishment and redesign to provide an enhanced library experience for staff and students. The space will be opened for the commencement of semester 1 on Monday 23 July. The new space is comprised of: 250 new study spaces with power and USB charge points special collections displays purpose built […]
This week the Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences office moved from Barr Smith South to level 3, Helen Mayo North. This area is now home to a consolidated faculty office incorporating marketing, alumni, internationalisation, finance, technical services, research, and the Exec Dean, Alastair Burt among others. Visit the HSIS2 project website for more information.
Infrastructure Branch (aside from the Security Office, which remains on L4 Wills) has moved to the Schulz building, levels 10 & 12. Visitors can enter via either level to meet with Infrastructure colleagues – staff will be mobile daily across both floors with admin staff on hand to direct you if necessary. Need help? Call […]
The transformation of the Womens Health Centre in the old RAH is well underway, with MPH Architects leading design development of the new Australian Institute for Machine Learning. The $5.65m project will provide the impetus to successfully transition South Australia to an AI-enabled, 21st Century economy.