Didier Elzinga shines light on why culture is key in the success of every modern business.
Alan Noble channels his expertise into saving our oceans.
Past and present, the Elder Con continues to provide the perfect environment for young musicians.
Taking the best of the past into the future.
As an alumnus and Vice-Chancellor of this University, I have spent a great amount of time thinking about what defines a university.
After graduating from Roseworthy in 1996, Sandy worked for PIRSA for two years in both Waikerie and Adelaide. During her time in Adelaide she worked with the Soil Conservation Boards, travelling to communities across the state and assisting with their training needs. Following this she worked in Berri as a Project Officer for the (then named) River Murray Catchment Water Management Board, working on the public consultation for the Catchment Water Management Planning and Water Allocation Planning that was occurring at the time.