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In this issue:
- Dr James Muecke AM's mission to fight avoidable blindness
- Liberty Hogg, the alumni rising from the ashes
- Mujahid Ahmed, the Sudanese civil war survivor who says laughter is the best medicine
- Danielle Wood, one of Australia's sharpest economic minds playing a key role in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alumnus Kym Purling believes becoming a jazz pianist was his fate, despite the most unlikely of beginnings.
With the scientific community agreeing the Earth is warming, climate change and what to do about it are topics of wide debate.
Peta Astbury-Bulsara is this month's alumni in focus.
I would like to share with you an update on how the University is responding to the statement released by the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, in relation to the behaviour of the former Vice-Chancellor. University Council previously advised it would adopt all of the recommendations made in the ICAC statement. To bring this to fruition, the ICAC Response Steering Committee has been established, and I'm pleased that Alumni Council has a representative on this committee.
2020 celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Malaysia Alumni Network.
The iconic international architect paving pathways for Malaysian students.
The Roseworthy Veterinary Alumni Network are delighted to invite Doctor of Veterinary Medicine alumni to the inaugural network cocktail event. Mingle with staff and alumni from all graduation years over food and drinks while you reminisce about the days at Roseworthy and create more memories