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Taking inspiration from women across the globe

߲Ƶ student and BroadAgenda intern Sarah Grieb reports on how Stephanie Copus-Campbell, Australia’s Ambassador for Gender Equality, finds her passion for gender equality stoked by the women she meets around the world.

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Alumni Stories

Lucy Molenkamp: Making a difference in the daily lives of others

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy graduate Lucy Molenkamp didn’t let COVID-19 and a chronic condition get in the way of pursuing a career in allied health.

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Ideas, Progress & the Future

Where industry and institution collide: Meet new FAD Executive Dean Julian Knowles

߲Ƶ’s new Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Design talks digital disruption, lifelong learning and how it’s all not as bleak as you might think.

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߲Ƶ academics connecting with Franklin Women

Women in the health and medical research ecosystem face unique career challenges. Five ߲Ƶ academics share their journeys with the Franklin Women mentoring program, including the ߲Ƶ leaders who brought Franklin Women to the ACT.

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Inspiring Women: Jen Webb

Distinguished Professor of Creative Practice at the ߲Ƶ Jenn Webb talks about the impact of creative practices and collaboration, being a feminist researcher, and the continuous enchantment she finds in her work.

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Grads 2024: Ugyen Tshering

He didn’t start school until he was 12 years old – now, Dr Ugyen Tshering has graduated with a PhD from the ߲Ƶ. The Bhutanese national is set to change the teaching of critical reading for his country.

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Grads 2024: Jack Bell

Jack Bell thought his future lay in the theatre, and university wasn't initially even a consideration - but today he's on the postgrad research path at the ߲Ƶ, as he helps look for a cure for chronic Hepatitis B.

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"We couldn’t be more grateful to be where we are today"

߲Ƶ’s own Keanna Costa has lived both the dream and the nightmare of motherhood, as her son Eli was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a rare form of childhood cancer. Now, Keanna and husband Fiore are raising awareness and funds and lobbying for more research to fight the disease.

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Grads 2024: Angela Deka

When a career in cultural heritage called to Angela Deka, the ߲Ƶ answered.

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Grads 2024: Elise Jay

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy graduate Elise Jay is passionate about helping people with everyday tasks that are important to them and hopes to one day practice in a rural setting, providing better access to allied health.

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Grads 2024: Bradley Moggridge

Dr Bradley Moggridge has just completed his PhD in Indigenous Knowledge and Water Resources Science at the ߲Ƶ, and aims to share his knowledge to change perceptions and affect change.

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Grads 2024: Ed Barrow

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Honours) graduate Ed Barrow is passionate about adolescent mental health, with his work at ߲Ƶ and in the community earning him the 2024 Herbert Burton Medal.

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Grads 2024: Baneen Fatima

Baneen Fatima had her sights set on being a lawyer ever since she was a young girl in Pakistan. Now she is achieving that dream after graduating with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) at the ߲Ƶ.

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Grads 2024: Dan McDougall

Dan McDougall is passionate about mental health and he wants to use his knowledge to make a profound impact on his community.

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”My heartland is social justice”: ߲Ƶ’s new Chancellor, Lisa Paul AO PSM

With a strong belief in equity and access for all, the ߲Ƶ's seventh Chancellor loves people - and has a passion for helping them to be all they can be.

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