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lumen: summer 2019

To mark the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in South Australia, the summer edition of lumen highlights some of our many female alumni demonstrating excellence – pioneers in science, politics, arts, law, wine, medicine and media.

In this issue:

  • Vickie Chapman leads the way for generations of women to come
  • Student Courtney Eckert tracks down the heroes and heriones of the suffrage movement
  • Angela Pippos' charge to change the culture of sport
  • Andrea Mason OAM, the community leader giving Aboriginal people a voice at the policy table.

Read the latest edition of lumen

News

4

Dec

Leading lady

Vickie Chapman leads the way for generations of women to come.

4

Dec

Agents of women's suffrage

With the University of Adelaide in its infancy and the suffrage movement brewing, women’s education and voting rights walked hand-in-hand in late-19th century South Australia.

4

Dec

Tackling inequality in sport

Angela Pippos’ charge to change the culture of sport.

4

Dec

Masters of their universe

Andrea Mason OAM, the community leader giving Aboriginal people a voice at the policy table.

4

Dec

Safe house

Why the future of Australia’s defence is in safe hands thanks to Tanya Monro.

4

Dec

A curious mind

Our Lord Mayor Sandy Verschoor’s creative approach to breathing new life into the city.

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Events

10

Feb

University Council's Annual Meeting

The University Council will convene the Annual Meeting of the University Community comprising the staff, students and graduates of the University.

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