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To better understand the battles faced by people diagnosed with cancer, we spoke to alumna and scholarship recipient Lauren Whiting who is using innovation to revolutionise the support provided to oncology patients.
As we come to the end of 2021, there is much on which to reflect as we prepare for a new year.
Despite the challenges of the global pandemic, we have been able to celebrate some outstanding achievements across the University.
This month we sat down with our new Governor, Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC. Repeatedly ranked as one of South Australia's most influential people before her appointment, Ms Adamson was a member of the Champions of Change Coalition and Australia’s most senior diplomat. A University of Adelaide economics graduate, international diplomat, political counsellor and mother of four, she has had an illustrious career and is refreshingly humble when talking about her journey to Government House.
Angove Family Winemakers is testament to how businesses are helping the wider community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Riverland winery is making and donating hand sanitsers to the Renmark Medical Clinic, Hospital and Nursing Home.
Victoria Angove (Bachelor of Commerce, 1998) responded quickly after hearing the local medical clinic was struggling to get supplies.
In light of current economic times, the job market is very competitive. Despite this, there are many companies still advertising roles and many industries that need to employ extra staff over the coming few months. Now is the time to be polishing that resume and ensuring your application lands at the top of the pile.
Here are some of our top tips for job seekers:
McKeely Denholm (B Health Sc 2014) is our Alumni in Focus this month.
A generous scholarship in the name of Elizabeth Maud McBriar OAM will continue to encourage the University’s best and brightest geology students in their pursuit of education.