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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
A career in gin was written in Tim Boast’s DNA. The lead distiller and co-founder of Never Never Distilling Co. and Bachelor of Commerce graduate’s grandmother was connected to Gilbey’s Gin.
This month’s Golden Jubilee celebrations will mark 50 years since Friends of the Library President Ron Layton graduated with a Diploma of Social Studies from the University of Adelaide in 1969.
Doctor of Philosophy (Medicine) graduate Kartini Asari reflects on her time at University, degree highlights, and inspirations on her graduation day.
Alexandra Proctor, 2019 Westpac Future Leaders Scholar, University of Adelaide writes about her experience as a Westpac Scholar.
Adelady co-founder and Bachelor of Media graduate Lauren DeCesare is this month’s Alumni in Focus.
From farmer to philanthropist, Cosi Costello is on a mission to bring joy to the masses.
Join us on Wednesday, October 23 for the 2019 Kevin Marjoribanks Memorial Lecture. This is a professional development opportunity and a chance to hear first-hand from Gonski Institute Professor Pasi Sahlberg.
You are invited to attend the upcoming alumni wine tasting event in Hong Kong. With more than 200 cellar doors, South Australia is known as Australia’s wine state and home to the country’s best historic estates and some of the oldest wines in the world.
This reunion will be the perfect opportunity to catch-up with old friends over a sumptuous dinner and drinks at the gorgeous National Wine Centre. You will have the opportunity to meet professors and mentors from your time at the University.
As a valued graduate of the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences (ECMS), I invite you to join me for a drink and hear from the Director of our new Centre for Sustainable Planetary and Space Resources (CSPSR), Associate Professor John Culton III. John will discuss how CSPSR will be an educational ecosystem of sustainable planetary resources research, positioning South Australia as a destination for space and mineral resources research and commercialisation.