The Office of Engagement leads and manages UniSC’s community-focused commitment to working with and for our diverse communities to advance the social, economic, and environmental wellbeing of its regions and beyond.
This is achieved by connecting and collaborating with the University’s many stakeholders through three focus areas that enable UniSC to both serve and be informed through its non-exclusive outreach activities:
The Office of Engagement is committed to partnering with the community through continuing education opportunities across a broad range of topics. We offer short course options to advance your knowledge and skills. For more information contact the Office of Engagement.
Collaborations and Memberships
UniSC is committed to actively participating in and influencing social, environmental and economic development policies, and connecting with thought leaders across the globe in industry, government and education. The University engages with national and international organisations through institutional membership of networks and forums dedicated to research, public discussion and collaboration.
- Engagement Australia
- Regional Universities Network (RUN)
- Scholars at Risk (SAR)
- Talloires Network
- Universities Australia (UA)
For more information, contact the Office of Engagement.
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Community engagement stories
UniSC student lands dream job as mental health facilitator for LIVIN30 Nov
Before she’d even finished her first year studying psychology and counselling at UniSC, Kyara de Bruin scored a “dream job” working for LIVIN, a respected national mental health organisation.
Jake Black is everyone’s mate but mostly he’s Your Mates29 Nov
By the time Jake Black was rejected from his eighth job interview, he was starting to feel despondent – a difficult scenario to imagine now he’s working as a sales rep for one of Australia's best known craft breweries just a few years later.
Aquatic ecology academic welcomes Murray-Darling buyback plans27 Nov
The federal government's proposed water buybacks in the Murray-Darling Basin are a vital initiative to restore the health of Australia’s major river system, says Professor of Ecology Catherine Yule of the University of the Sunshine Coast.