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Positively Impacting the Broader Community

Adelaide Business School is committed to engaging and positively impacting the broader community.

We aim to engage and impact the local, national and international community through our research, programs and industry links. We form meaningful ties with academic institutions, local businesses, and community organisations.

We have a number of double-degree options with international universities, we invite local businesses to attend academic and business events, and our research has far-reaching impact. The University also offers volunteering opportunities for students and staff, and we have a comprehensive corporate and social responsibility strategy.

Walk a Mile in my BootsFriday 5 August saw Adelaide Business School join the University team for the annual Walk a Mile in my Boots campaign. This campaign raises vital money for the Hutt St Centre, a homeless charity that provides hot food, shelter and support services for people in need in our community.

beyondblueIn June, morning tea was held to raise awareness and funds for beyondblue - a national initiative to raise awareness of anxiety and depression. The event raised over $200.

Mother's Day ClassicOn Sunday 8 May, The University of Adelaide Community Volunteering Team participated in the Mother's Day Classic to help raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Our team were also awarded a trophy for being the largest tertiary team registered.

Australian Red Cross – Giving BloodIn 2014, Adelaide Advantage partnered with Australian Red Cross Blood Service to encourage students and staff to donate blood. Thanks to the participants, an estimated 75 lives were saved.

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