Santanu leads palliative care movement

Until 2002 ‘palliative care’ was unheard of in North Eastern India but as a result of personal tragedy, Santanu Chakraborty (GradCertHlth ’08) has been leading a […]

Ha Pham is an education pioneer

Thanks to Vietnamese education pioneer, Ha Pham (MEdMgmt ’05), high school students in Vietnam are now able to achieve their South Australian Certificate of Education. Ha […]

Working against a wave of exploitation

With 40.3 million* victims of human trafficking worldwide, Dr Melinda Gill (MPublicHlth ’13) is working against a tidal wave of exploitation.  Based in the global trafficking […]

A passion for the nursing profession

Tien Dung Pham is the Chief Nursing Officer at the National Hospital of Dermatology and Venereology in Hanoi, Vietnam. In this leading role, Pham observes and […]

Driving positive change through Law

  Growing up in a Kenyan refugee camp, South Sudanese Daniel Ajak (LLB/LP/BCom ’15) didn’t believe university would be part of his future. But aged 13, […]

An agricultural crusader

Equipped with a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and two dictionaries – one English to Persian and one Persian to English – Emeritus Professor Acram Taji (PhD(BiolSc) […]

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 […]