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Reunions invite all alumni - students and staff alike - to revisit the people and the places that made their time at the University of Adelaide unique.
Attending a reunion is a chance to renew old friendships, make new ones and discover the changes that have taken place both in yourself and your university.
On June 24, the University announced that we will make changes to our policies, processes, and culture as part of a series of measures to improve the handling of reports of sexual assault, sexual harassment and other inappropriate behaviour. These changes are outlined in an independent report – Towards a safer and more inclusive culture: University of Adelaide ICAC response.
Over the past few years, Tsering Hannaford has gained significant recognition in the art industry and community, with an undeniable talent, passion and dedication to her craft. She has featured in exhibitions across the globe and achieved an impressive seven nominations for the prestigious Archibald Prize. Though pursuing painting professionally seemed like a natural fit, Tsering almost ended up on a very different career path.
Alumna Rachael Azzopardi, co-founder and creative director of Adelaide's new winter festival Illuminate Adelaide has come a long way since her days as a student at the Elder Conservatorium. With a career in arts, event and festival management spanning 30 years, she has worked hard to become one of the most respected and influential producers and event creators in the country. In 2021, Rachael has returned home to South Australia to take on her most exciting project to date.
This month, we welcome the graduates from the 2021 cohort into the alumni community.
Peter Larden is this month's Alumni in Focus.
The Stranks family has a long and rich history with the University of Adelaide, starting with former Vice-Chancellor and President Donald Stranks AO (1977 - 1986).
Dr Man-hei Ma, founder of SonoVet, will be focusing on Understanding emergency ultrasound technique and its application in general practice/emergency and Diagnostic work up for canine and feline heart disease.
Hosted by Adelaide Orthodontic Alumni Network join us for our long awaited second social event on the calendar. Let’s congratulate and welcome our new D Clin Dent graduates from graduating classes of 2020 and 2021.
The Milton Sims Visiting Professor Program (CPD Session) is one of the University's key initiatives and a significant event on the Orthodontic calendar. It is supported by the Dental Research and Education Fund (DREF), the Paul Kwok Lee Bequest and the Adelaide Orthodontic Alumni Network.
Associate Professor Michelle McArthur will hold a session on Building Resilience: Me, You and the Workplace.