Chinese winemaker Zhang Jing recently spent a month at the Waite as the 2017 Visiting Winemaker, lending her experience and insight to the School’s viticulture and oenology students
Oat varieties that have grown well in saline or sodic soils in a growth room and greenhouse screening study will now be tested under field conditions
The Waite will be featured on an upcoming episode of South Aussie with Cosi, scheduled to air on Friday 28th April at 8pm on Channel 9
Volunteer for the Why Waite program now!
Crush 2017 Expressions of Interest to present are now open! Visit the Crush website for information on the event and how to register your EOI. Crush will be held on 13 & 14 November, 2017
Pilates class at Waite, Monday's 12:15PM – 1:00PM. $10 per class or 10 classes for $90Apr 24, 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
Scaling soil organic matter dynamics with microbial physiologyApr 26, 10:30 am
Behaviour and Applied Ecology of Bethylid Wasps. Associate Professor Ian Hardy is Reader in Animal P...Apr 26, 11:30 am
We all love working and studying here at the Waite, but how many of us have never been inside Urrbra...Apr 26, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Join the morning Bootcamp at Waite Campus. 10 sessions - Monday + Wednesday May 1st-31st, 7am-8am.May 1, 7:00 am - 8:00 am
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Please be advised that our Electrical Service Provider will be undertaking repairs to lighting systems in the WIC building southern stairwell between levels 3 & 4 this Saturday 22nd April.
Tree works are continuing at Waite Campus this Saturday, in the location shown
The University of Adelaide and Mitcham Council have agreed to collaborate on construction of pedestrian safety upgrades to Waite Road, including a new wombat crossing, footpaths, pedestrian ramps and refuges
Urgent works are being performed at Waite to trees located on Cross Road and Waite Road that have been identified as having high risk of structural failure.
The door at the base of the western WIC L1 stairwell will be closed effective immediately, as a window above it has cracked
Spare room available for rent in Frewville
Information relating to a noxious weed frequently found on Campus known as Caltrop (Bindii, three cornered jack), and it’s control.
Protocols which all staff, students and contractors are obliged to observe when entering the Waite winery.
A ~60cm long snake has been spotted entering the bushes to the east of the Plant Genomics building from the direction of the Plant Research Centre. Please be vigilant around Campus.
The following process should be followed by University staff wanting to book rooms