With a passion for agricultural science and education, Holly Crighton is one step closer to realising her dream after she received assistance from the Peter H Routley Awards.
Some of the nation’s brightest young scientists are being lured back to Australia to pursue groundbreaking research thanks to two of the most generous gifts ever made to the University of Adelaide.
Volunteering provides an integral link between the University and the wider community.
Jackson Adams realised he had a passion for farming and agriculture at a young age, excitedly taking up a job milking cows at the local dairy at age 13.
Since its inception the Dean of Law's Support fund has raised over $100,000; with investment earnings ensuring at least $5000 will be available to provide financial support to students in need each year.
Coming to the University from Broken Hill, Farrah Preston was feeling the pressure of juggling study and work.
Thomas Lu, currently in his fifth year of a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, will be one of the students to receive medical training in state-of-the-art facilities at the new University of Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building.
Marnie and his son Bob established the Cowan Grant in 1994 which funds fellowships and scholarships at three universities and two colleges, including the University of Adelaide.
Since September 2011, the University’s Community Outreach Dental Program has been providing free dental care for some of Adelaide’s most vulnerable and marginalised people.
Donations made available to the Elder Music Library are helping transform the way lecturers and students access music scores for research and study.