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.
On 10 February 2020 the University Council will hold its Annual Meeting of the University Community. It is an opportunity to ask questions about your University and hear from the Chancellor. We do hope you are able to join us.
Recipient of the Tirkapena Alumni Award 2019, Claudia is a Wiradjuri woman from Broken Hill who hopes to establish a surgical outreach service for rural and remote areas. Claudia is the third Australian Indigenous person to be awarded a Rhodes Scholarship.
Recipient of the Vice-Chancellor's Alumni Award 2019, Emeritus Professor Denise Bradley AC is an esteemed advocate for equity in education. Her contributions to higher education policy have changed the face of the Australian tertiary sector.
Recipient of the Vice-Chancellor's Alumni Award 2019, James is an eye surgeon who has made it his life's work to fight blindness in low-income countries. James' not-for-profit organisation Sight For All has made significant steps towards eliminating blindness in Asia.
Recipient of the Vice-Chancellor's Alumni Award 2019, Michael is an architect, town planner and city manager who has helped to shape cities in Australia and overseas. He has also been a teacher, visiting guest lecturer and a member of the University of Adelaide Council.
Recipient of the James McWha Rising Star Award 2019. As a Senior Medical Research Scientist, Kristin's work focuses on tobacco avoidance and aims to close the gap between clinical research trials and real-world patient care.