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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

Aug

University Council Appointment

Ms Emily Jenke has been elected as the graduate member of the University of Adelaide Council and will serve a two-year term from 6 September 2020 to 5 September 2022.

4

Aug

Alumnus Professor Robert Elliott Knighted in Queens Birthday Honours

University of Adelaide alumnus Professor Robert Elliott, CNZM has been knighted in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours in New Zealand.

23

Jul

Welcome from Louisa Rose, Alumni Council Chair

Louisa Rose, Chair of Alumni Council, provides a welcome in Alumni E-News August edition. 

22

Jul

Ellen McBryde

Get to know our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine class of 2016 alumna Ellen McBryde

22

Jul

Chantelle Franklin

Get to know our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine class of 2013 alumna Chantelle Franklin.

9

Jul

Alumni in Focus: Emma Thomson

After seeing a gap in the market between interior designer and landscape architecture, Emma decided to combine her design training with horticultural expertise, along with her slight obsession with indoor plants, to start her own plant styling business Emma Sadie Thomson . 

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