1999–2003 Roseworthy and Waite Reunion
Did you graduate from the Roseworthy or Waite campus in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 or 2003?
You and your partner are invited to join us for the reunion dinner for alumni who studied at Roseworthy and Waite in the following disciplines:
Agricultural Production, Farm Management, Agriculture, Agriculture Business, Agricultural Science, Natural Resource Management, Environmental Management, Horse Husbandry Management and Agronomy and Farm Systems.
It consists of all undergraduate and honours studies including: Associate Diplomas, Diplomas, Bachelors, Graduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas and Honours.
This reunion will be a perfect opportunity to catch up with old friends, professors and mentors. Relax and kick up your heels while enjoying fine wine, great food and stimulating conversation.
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For this reunion, we have organised a fantastic panel of guest speakers who will reflect on their Roseworthy and Waite university days and discuss what they're up to now. The panel will be moderated by alumna Emily Jenke (Bachelor of Agricultural Business 1999) and we will hear from Bianca Lewis (Bachelor of Environmental Management 1999), Jordan Wilksch (Bachelor of Agricultural Science 2003) and Haydn Kuchel (Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Honours) 2000).
Co CEO, democracyCo
Emily is the Co CEO of democracyCo, the presiding member of South Australia's Native Vegetation Council and sits on the Murray Darling Basin Authority's Basin Community Committee. Emily met her husband at Roseworthy and now lives with her family, along with her little red Suzuki Mighty Boy, on a property at Langhorne Creek where they produce boutique olive oils.
CEO and Head of Breeding
Australian Grain Technologies (AGT)
At university, Haydn revelled in the constant buzz of learning and being surrounded by others passionate about agriculture. As an Affiliate Associate Professor at the University, Haydn now lectures in plant breeding. He also supervises postgraduate students himself and is the CEO and Head of Breeding at AGT.
Manager Pastoral Board
Primary Industries and Regions SA
Bianca has worked in NGOs and local and State Government. Currently as the Manager Pastoral Board for PIRSA she is responsible for managing the delivery of the Pastoral Act. When she's not working, Bianca spends time outdoors hiking in Adelaide's parks, catching live gigs and enjoying delicious South Australian cheese.
Owner and Manager
During his University days, Jordan preferred hanging out in the Waite arboretum to downing draught cans at the Woolshed. Nowadays, he's the owner and manager of Wilksch Agriculture, which crops 3,650 hectares of farming land on the Lower Eyre Peninsula.
Are you coming to the reunion and looking for accommodation? Intercontinental Adelaide are offering alumni a discounted rate of $195 on Saturday 3 August.
Photos from the 2018 Agriculture Reunion
View more photos from the 2018 Agriculture Reunion for class years 1994–98.