Duck, duck, rice - a game for life

Jose ‘Apollo’ Pacamalan (MEnvMgmt ‘05) is the founder of the Rice-Duck Movement Inc., offering subsistence farmers in his homeland of the Philippines, an organic, climate-smart, accessible […]

A journey to lead

  One of eight daughters, Professor Nor Faridah Abdul Manaf (PhD(EHLT) ’98) was inspired by her strong and determined mother to follow her dreams to become […]

A passion for social justice

Ashley Sutherland’s passion for listening to people and telling their stories has led her to represent their issues to the wider community. In 2017, Ashley (BA […]

Nick’s New York state of mind

Film director, writer and cinematographer Nick Remy Matthews (BA(Hons) ’96) has been making films since he was twelve years old. ‘The budgets have gone up a […]

Expert in international disaster relief

Louisa (BA ’97) has more than 20 years’ experience in Australia and internationally, in strategic change management and evaluation, with specific expertise in the international and security […]

An advocate for the arts

Peter Goers OAM (BA(Hons) ’78) is an actor, director, reviewer, former academic and host of the ABC’s Local Radio program, The Evening Show, which broadcasts throughout […]

A leader in planning

Once the CEO of the ‘best council in Australia’, Stephen Hains’ leadership in town planning and management has had a great impact on Adelaide’s Councils. In […]

Lizard legacy inspires children’s books

The adventures of two endangered pygmy bluetongue lizards, Pinky and Peet have been captured in a children’s book by Dawn Hawthorn-Jackson (BA ’97).  Pinky and Peet, The […]