Upcoming Community & Research events
Featured community events
Explore a wide variety of community events happening on our campuses to learn new things, meet different people, and become a part of our vibrant community.
All facultiesJoin IIBA® Adelaide for an in-person Study Group to increase your understanding of BABOK content and how to apply it.Tuesday 15 August - Tuesday 31 October6pm – 8pmAll facultiesThe Junior Herbalist Leader Training Course for herbalists and naturopaths supported by NHAA will be hosted at Surry Hills. Learn more about this course here.Monday 23 October - Friday 27 October9:30am – 5:30pm dailyAll facultiesThe Gen AI and Project Management. What’s Next? event will discuss the pros and cons of infusing generative AI into project management. Get a ticket today!Wednesday 25 October5:30pm to 8:00pm
Featured research events
Discover and engage in a diverse array of interdisciplinary Research and Innovation events hosted by our distinguished researchers showcasing our research excellence.
Join us for a vibrant calendar of collaborative events and initiatives that highlight our experts and our impactful innovative solutions and strategies for the multifaceted challenges of the 21st century.
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Dr Belinda Lunnay's research explores a growing issue for Australian womenDr Lunnay is working alongside Professor Paul Ward on exploring the health risk of alcohol consumption amongst Australian women.Seyedali Mirjalili is recognised as the world's best AI expertArtificial Intelligence (AI) gets bad press but can absolutely be a force for good according to Torrens University researcher Professor Seyedali Mirjalili who has been named in The Australian’s Research 2023 magazine as Australia’s, and the world’s, top AI researcher.Celebrating Torrens University’s impactful researchers of 2022In an online awards ceremony last week, Torrens University Australia paused to honour the growth, momentum, and maturity of its research, which has made an incredible impact in the university’s short history.