2004–2008 Roseworthy and Waite Reunion - Postponed
The University’s greatest priority is the health and safety of our wonderful and diverse community. To minimise the risk of COVID-19 exposure, and in line with Government advice, we are postponing the Roseworthy and Waite Reunion until further notice.
The University will continue to follow Government advice, monitor the situation as it evolves, and provide event rescheduling updates.
Did you graduate from the Roseworthy or Waite campus in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 or 2008?
2020 was quite the year for everyone and we appreciate your understanding of the postponement of the 2004-2009 Roseworthy and Waite Reunion.
We are delighted to confirm that this reunion will be held in 2021 and we hope that you will be able to join former classmates and staff for a special celebration.
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 Business
- Agricultural Science
- Natural Resource Management
- Environmental Management
- Horse Husbandry Management
- 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.
Help us find your classmates
Over the years we have lost contact with some of your fellow graduates. To ensure as many as possible are invited to your reunion, please help us locate the alumni listed on our lost alumni list.
Help us spread the word and by sharing this event with any class mates you still keep in touch with via Facebook!
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Lou pursued an agronomic career after graduating. She grew up on a wheat, hay and sheep farm in Lameroo in the Southern Mallee of SA where she now lives, running the family business with her partner, Andy, and her parents.
Her agronomic career spanned ten years, in both retail and private agronomy businesses, eventually running her own business for several years before taking some time off to raise her children. She is now on the Southern Panel for the GRDC, and enjoys raising the profile of women in agriculture.
Carly graduated with a passion for agronomy and getting out there working closely with growers. After five years working as a sales and research agronomist for YPAG in Kadina, she moved back to manage the family farm on Kangaroo Island.
Carly managed the operations of the 2000ha grazing property with the opportunity to complete a Nuffield Scholarship in 2013. 2016 saw the creation Stowaway Kangaroo Island, two luxury couples retreats, an attempt to create a business that could combine being a mum with a fulfilling career, which to date it has (mostly!) succeeded in doing. Carly also enjoys being involved on her husband Adam’s 450ha sheep grazing operation with children Edward and Olivia (usually willingly) in tow.
Andrew is a fifth generation Grain Grower in Crystal Brook. Andrew along with his parents Malcolm and Jane grow wheat, barley, lentils, canola and oaten hay. In 2019 Andrew was a Nuffield scholar and investigated how we can use open source technology in agriculture to allow better compatibility between platforms and continuity of data storage.
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