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lumen: winter 2019

The winter issue of lumen is out now.

In this issue:

  • Hannah empowers young women in regional areas to reach for the stars
  • Cosi's mission to bring joy to the masses
  • Didier tells us why culture is key in the success of modern business
  • Pip's passion for training man's best friend
  • Kelly takes on the world with her home-grown gift business

Read the latest edition of lumen

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May

National Volunteer Week – Ron’s Story

National Volunteer Week celebrates 30 years this month with the theme of ‘making a world of difference.’ As we take the opportunity to recognise our volunteers’ generous contributions, one of the University’s longest serving volunteers, Ron Seidel, reflects on his time with the Talking With Aussies program. Through educational initiatives, committees and boards, as well …

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May

National Volunteer Week – Peggy’s Story

National Volunteer Week celebrates 30 years this month with the theme of ‘making a world of difference’. As we take the opportunity to recognise our volunteers’ generous contributions, one of the University’s staff-turned-volunteers Peggy Rowe reflects on her time with the Friends of Urrbrae House and the Freemasons Foundation. Despite retiring as Friends of Urrbrae …

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May

Alumni in Focus: Patrick Iland OAM, Peter Gago AC, Andrew Caillard MW and Peter Dry.

Award-winning authors of Australian Wine: styles and tastes, people and places Patrick Iland OAM, Peter Gago AC, Andrew Caillard MW and Peter Dry are this month’s Alumni in Focus. Australian Wine: styles and tastes, people and places takes the reader on a journey from the vineyard to the wine glass with 290 pages of informative text, maps, …

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