Submit to Verse Mag | Make new pals with Student Penpals | Win tix to Adelaide Cabaret Festival

Hey <<First Name>>,

As we approach *crunch time* with assignments and exams around the corner, don't forget that USASA is here to support you and make your uni experience as great as possible.

Make sure you check out some of our upcoming events and projects and reach out if you're in need of support. Follow us on FacebookInstagramDiscord or check out the website for more information. 

Check out what's happening;
  • Verse Magazine is now taking submissions for Edition 47
  • Enter UniSA’s Images of Research and Teaching Competition
  • Connect with other UniSA peeps with Student Penpals
  • Learn how the Academic Advocacy service can assist you
  • Win a double pass to three Adelaide Cabaret Festival shows
  • Plus heaps of job opportunities through CareerHub
Have your work published in UniSA's student publication - Verse Magazine

Verse Magazine is now taking submissions for Edition #47.

Verse Magazine is the perfect way to have your work published and showcased to the UniSA community. Submissions are open to all UniSA students for anything and everything from photos to poems to articles and beyond! 

Submit by Monday 20 June here


UniSA’s Images of Research and Teaching 2022 Competition

UniSA’s Images of Research and Teaching Competition returns in 2022, to celebrate our students and researchers by showcasing your unstoppable teaching, learning and research. We encourage you to enter an inspiring image or video, that tells a story about what we do and the people who make it happen. Fantastic prizes are available ranging from $1,000 – $5,000, along with the possibility of your submission being featured in lights on the Bradley Building LED screen.

The competition closes 18 July 2022


The competition closes Monday 18 July 2022, at 5.00 pm (ACST). For terms and conditions addressing the specifications of your submissions, application process and eligibility, check out the ‘Competition Entry Details’ on the webpage.

Connect & meet new friends studying at UniSA through Student Penpals!

Penpals are a great way to learn about different cultures, become a friend for life or just branch out and try something new! The Student Penpals is a fun, educational, and rewarding opportunity to connect and meet new friends while studying at UniSA. Open to all UniSA students - Online, International, External and Domestic.

How does it work?
Are you looking to connect with fellow students in 2022, but not sure where to start?
  • Read the Terms of Service to make sure you are on board with the program.
  • Sign up with your details - choose traditional snail mail or email. 
  • Wait for an email in your UniSA inbox from USASA introducing you to your Penpal.
  • Check out the FAQ & helpful resources to assist you in getting the most out of the program. 
Register here to meet new friends over email or snail mail.
As assessments and assignments are due, now is a good time to learn about USASA’s Academic Advocacy support!⁠

The USASA Advocates can help you understand academic policies and procedures, advise you as to what is happening, and what to do. Their expert advice and knowledge of processes will help you pursue your student rights.⁠

To learn about re-submission and the stages at which a USASA Advocacy Officer can help, or to book an appointment, click here. 

Win tickets to Adelaide Cabaret Festival!

To celebrate Under 30s for $30 for these fabulous Adelaide Cabaret Festival shows, we're giving away double passes to Rumble!, Die Roten Punkte and Cirque Bon Bo.

All you have to do is tag the friend you want to go with, and one lucky winner will be randomly selected from the comments!

1. Follow USASA on Instagram
2. Tag the friend you'd take with you on THIS post
3. A winner will be picked on Friday 3 June, so get in quick!

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Graduate/Full-Time Roles 

Internships/Vacation Programs 

 Volunteer/Other Opportunities

Like UniSA Career Services on Facebook to stay up to date on new job opportunities. 

National Reconciliation Week

Brekky Bar will be recognising National Reconciliation Week with Aboriginal food and drink being served up from Bush Tukka, Something Wild, Bush Pot Tii as well as Vilis. Students can enjoy live music from Aboriginal musicians and be able to take away a native product to try at home! June July Recurring Events Check out the full list of upcoming events here | See the UniSA events here
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