Acknowledgement of Country
           UniSA respects the Kaurna, Boandik and Barngarla
           peoples’ spiritual relationship with their country.
           We also acknowledge the diversity of Aboriginal
           peoples, past and present.
Artist:    Find out more about the University’s commitment
Rikurani   to reconciliation at
Adele Pittendreigh
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       This booklet exhibits the outstanding work of graduates of the
       University of South Australia’s School of Art, Architecture and Design.

Adele Pittendreigh
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Chancellor’s welcome                          4

Vice Chancellor’s welcome                      5

About the University of South Australia        7

Our journey so far                            8

Processional Music                            14

Academic Dress                                16

Ceremony Tradition                            18

University of South Australia Awards          19

University of South Australia Medal Winners   21

Pridham Hall                                  22

You can leave your mark on UniSA              23

Alumni                                        25

Tuesday 1 October 2019 at 10:30am             27

Tuesday 1 October 2019 at 3:00pm              35

Wednesday 2 October 2019 at 10:30am           43

Wednesday 2 October 2019 at 3:00pm            51

Prizes                                        57

Previous Honorary Award Recipients            65

Chancellor’s welcome
Today is a time for celebration as you mark both the end and the beginning of exciting parts
of your lives. It is also an occasion on which to look forward to the opportunities available to
you as a graduate of the University of South Australia.
The University is honoured to be able to share this special event with you, and your family
and friends.
During your time with the University of South Australia you have developed a set of
distinctive qualities which describe the knowledge, skills and personal abilities that you will
need as you move into a constantly changing global economy.
You have acquired an international outlook; a capacity for critical thought and lifelong
learning; an ability to communicate effectively and work autonomously and cooperatively;
and a sense of social responsibility. You are well equipped to succeed, confident in the
knowledge and skills you possess.
Congratulations and all the very best as you start the next big adventure in your lives.

Ms Pauline Carr

                                                  Ms Pauline Carr
                                                  BEc (ANU), MBA, FAICD, FCIS,
                                                  Pauline Carr is the Chancellor of the University
                                                  of South Australia. She has over 30 years of
                                                  management and commercial experience in
                                                  the resources industry with both Australian
                                                  and international companies. In addition she
                                                  has over 20 years comprehensive compliance
                                                  and governance experience with listed
                                                  company boards. Previously Ms Carr was
                                                  a senior executive with Normandy Mining
                                                  Limited, where she was actively involved in the
                                                  company’s growth, its corporate activities and
                                                  its international expansion and subsequently
                                                  Newmont Mining Corporation.
                                                  Ms Carr is currently a Director of ASX listed
                                                  Highfield Resources Limited and Deputy
                                                  Chairman of National Pharmacies as well as
                                                  the Minerals and Energy Advisory Council and
                                                  the South Australian Minerals and Petroleum
                                                  Expert Group. She also provides management
                                                  support, business improvement, governance,
                                                  compliance and risk consultancy services to
                                                  companies in the resources, construction and
                                                  superannuation sectors.

Vice Chancellor’s welcome
Graduating with a university degree represents a major milestone in life. Now you’re about
to enter a whole new world of wonderful opportunities. You will leave us today with a
parchment and a career path and we couldn’t be prouder of you.
We are all very pleased to share the excitement of this day with you and with the people who
have supported you throughout your studies: your family, your friends and your mentors.
Yours is an important graduation ceremony and we are celebrating your success along with
our own. We have come a long way since 1991 when we amalgamated colleges of advanced
education and institutes of technology to become the University of South Australia. Now
we’re considered one of the world’s best young universities – Australia’s University of
Enterprise – putting our best teaching and research into creating bright futures for our
students and partnering with industry and the professions to bring the benefits of that
teaching and research to our community.
We hope the achievement you celebrate today opens many doors of opportunities for you
so that you can make your mark as a global citizen, a professional in everything you do.
You, like over 215,000 graduates who have preceded you, are very important to us; you are
our success stories, the role models for current students and those who might follow in your
footsteps. As your career grows and your success is assured, current students look at you
and see what’s possible in their own lives.
We wish you every success, happiness and prosperity as you take your first steps into your
new lives as graduates of the University of South Australia.

Professor David Lloyd
Vice Chancellor and President

                                                Professor David Lloyd
                                                BSc(Hons), PhD, CChem, FRSC
                                                David Lloyd was appointed to the University
                                                of South Australia as Vice Chancellor and
                                                President in 2012. A Dublin-born and educated
                                                chemist who specialises in computer-aided
                                                drug design, Professor Lloyd has re-focused
                                                institutional culture to position UniSA as
                                                Australia’s University of Enterprise and to shape
                                                its activities to better meet the challenges of
                                                the 21st century.
                                                Professor Lloyd was a member of the South
                                                Australia Economic Development Board
                                                (EDB) from 2014 to 2018. A past Chair of the
                                                Australian Technology Network group of
                                                technology-focused universities, he now sits
                                                on the board of Universities Australia, the peak
                                                body representing the university sector where
                                                he is the lead vice-chancellor for research
                                                & innovation. He was also appointed to the
                                                Australian Research Council’s (ARC) Advisory
                                                Council to provide advice to the ARC on key
                                                research policy issues, to lend independent
                                                strategic guidance and experience that
                                                will strengthen the ARC’s ability to support
                                                research and innovation in Australia.
                                                Before joining the University of South
                                                Australia, Professor Lloyd was Vice-President
                                                for Research and later Bursar and Director of
                                                Strategic Innovation at Trinity College Dublin.
                                                Professor Lloyd was Chair of the Irish Research
                                                Council and prior to academia, worked in
                                                the pharmaceutical industry in the UK. He
                                                holds an honorary Professorship from Tianjin
                                                University and is a Fellow of the Royal Society
                                                of Chemistry.

About the                                         The University’s strong research
                                                  environment focuses on areas such as

University of
                                                  ageing, scarce resources, future industries
                                                  and cancer prevention and management.
                                                  The close, collaborative engagement it
South Australia                                   enjoys with its many industry, government,
                                                  collegiate and community partners is
                                                  reflected in its ranking as the No.1 University
The University of South Australia (UniSA)         in Australia for Industry Research Income in
is Australia’s University of Enterprise.          the 2019 THE World University Rankings.
It is known for its culture of innovation
anchored around global and national links         The University is also closely engaged with
to academic, research and industry partners.      the communities it serves. It has recently
Its graduates are global professionals at         opened MOD, Australia’s future-focused
ease with the world and ready to create           museum of science, innovation and design;
and respond to change. Its research is            its Samstag Museum presents a changing
inventive and adventurous and it creates          exhibitions program of contemporary visual
new knowledge that is central to global           art, and its Hawke Centre engages with local
economic and social prosperity.                   and international communities through
                                                  public lectures, seminars, and research
Its reputation continues to grow. It is           projects. The University also has a strong
considered one of the world’s best young          equity mission and recently became the
universities, ranked 30th in the World’s Top      first South Australian university to unveil
50 Under 50 by the Quacarelli Symonds’            a Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan which
2020 rankings and 26th in Times Higher            creates greater opportunities for Aboriginal
Education’s 2019 THE Young University             peoples in education and employment and
Rankings.                                         embeds their culture into the University.
With around 31,000 students, almost 6,000
of whom are international students, UniSA is
South Australia’s largest university and offers
degree programs in business, education,
arts, social sciences, health sciences,
information technology, engineering and
the environment. Programs are designed
with strong professional emphasis and
in partnership with industry and the
professions to ensure the career relevance
of its teaching. In fact, UniSA is ranked
number one in South Australia for graduate
careers and employer satisfaction (2016-18
QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey and 2018
Employer Satisfaction Survey).
In the 2018 Excellence in Research
Australia rankings, 100 per cent of its
detailed research was rated at or above
world standard, and the University was
rated the best in Australia on a combined
metric of Impact, Approach to Impact and
Engagement in the Australian Research
Council’s research impact assessment.

The University of South Australia (UniSA) was established in 1991 but
our foundations date back to the latter half of the 19th century. The
forerunners of today’s UniSA were the South Australian School of Art,
founded in 1856, the first of several Teacher Training Colleges formed in
1876, and the School of Mines and Industries which was established in
1889. These schools were renowned for providing quality education and
for responding to the needs of the nascent colony of South Australia.

 The School of Art
  was established
by Charles Hill just
                                                 The Training School, the first South
 15 years after the                              Australian Teachers College, was founded.
  proclamation of

the new colony of
   South Australia.

                                                                  Louis Laybourne Smith
                                                                  established the first
                                                                  architectural course at
    The South Australian School of Mines and                      the South Australian
                 Industries was established.                      School of Mines and

                           1907 1918
      Adelaide Kindergarten Training College
     for teachers was established with strong    The Adelaide Technical High School was
               advocacy from Lillian de Lissa.   founded as a preparatory school for the
                                                 courses offered by the School of Mines and

                           1960 1965
     The Adelaide Technical High School and
        the South Australian School of Mines     The SAIT opened Whyalla campus to meet
    and Industries merged to form the South      the growing demand for skills in the steel
    Australian Institute of Technology (SAIT).   and shipping industries.

                                                 The Aboriginal Task Force was established
                                                 at the South Australian Institute of
                                                 Technology and provided some of the first
                                                 education in social work specifically for
                                                 Indigenous students in Australia. It was the
                                                 first tertiary program of its kind in Australia
                                                 and provided an enclave of support for
                                                 its students and a path forward that
                                                 encouraged careers built on education.

                                                 The South Australian College of Advanced
                                                 Education (SACAE) was formed out of the
                                                 amalgamation of the Adelaide College
                                                 of the Arts and Education (including the
                                                 Underdale and City campuses) along with
                                                 the Hartley (Magill), Salisbury and Sturt
                                                 Colleges of Advanced Education.

  The South Australian College of Advanced

    Education (SACAE) designated as one of
     only eight Distance Education Centres.
The University of South Australia (UniSA) was
   established upon the merger of SAIT and       Professor David Robinson appointed
                    three SACAE campuses.        Vice Chancellor.

   John McDonald appointed first Chancellor;                    The Hon Dr Basil Hetzel
Professor Alan Mead the first Vice Chancellor.                  AC appointed Chancellor
                                                                of the University of South

     UniSA became a foundation member of
   the Australian Technology Network (ATN)
      UniSA commenced teaching programs
   offshore, beginning with the International
                           MBA in Singapore.
 Professor Eleanor Ramsay,
the first-ever Australian Pro
   Vice Chancellor charged                       Two of the University’s key research
 with improving equity and                       institutes, the Ian Wark Research
  access to education, was                       Institute (IWRI) and the Institute for
                  appointed.                     Telecommunications Research (ITR), were
                                                 officially opened.
  The Distance Education Centre building at
                   Underdale was opened.

      The City West campus
                          1997                   The Unaipon School was opened offering
                                                 a range of programs in Aboriginal and
                                                 Australian Studies.
       was officially opened
     by Governor General Sir

               William Dean.
      UniSA identified seven
   unique graduate qualities
    that described the knowledge, skills and                           UniSA awarded an
   personal abilities required in professional                         honorary doctorate
                                      careers.                         to then President
                                                                       of South Africa,
UniSA became the first Australian university                           Nelson Mandela.
 to develop a Statement of Commitment to
                  Australian Reconciliation.

    The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre
                         was established.
          Professor Denise
       Bradley was named                                        David Klingberg AM
      the University’s Vice                                     succeeded Dr Basil Hetzel
 Chancellor and President.                                      AC as Chancellor.
    Extensively involved in
 national education policy                                      UniSA won the Business SA
 groups for more than two                                       Export Award for education
  decades, she chaired the Expert Panel in                      for the first time.
 2008 that undertook the National Review
                       of Higher Education.
    Now Emeritus Professor Denise Bradley
     AC, she was made a Companion of the
      Order of Australia, Australia’s highest
    honour, in recognition of her service to
                           higher education.

      Nelson Mandela was announced as the
      new International Patron of UniSA’s Bob
              Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre.
                                                 The University celebrated its

                                                 10th anniversary.

  UniSA was named the leading provider of
     offshore programs in Australia by IDP.

                                                 UniSA sponsored the Tour Down
                                                 Under cycling race for the first time.

  FedSat, Australia’s experimental satellite
developed by the CRC for Satellite Systems
  and including UniSA-designed payloads,
                             was launched.
  The UniSA Northern Adelaide Partnerships
        (UNAP) program was established to
underpin economic and social development

     and improve education participation in
      severely disadvantaged communities.

                                                 UniSA was named an Employer of Choice
                                                 for Women for the first time.

     The University of
       South Australia
      Business School
     became only the
  second in Australia                            The first stage of the University’s $100
 to receive European                             million capital development program,
        Quality Improvement System (EQUIS)       Blueprint 2005, was completed and five
              accreditation, one of two major    new buildings–the Kaurna Building, the
      forms of international accreditation for   Dorrit Black Building, the Garth Boomer
                            business schools.    Building, the Basil Hetzel Building and the
                                                 Mawson Centre–were opened.
                 The University received an
  overwhelmingly positive report from the                               The University
    Australian Universities Quality Agency                              launched four new
(AUQA) audit, including 16 commendations                                research institutes
                          for good practice.                            – the Ehrenberg
                                                                        Bass Institute for
 UniSA received $10 million in funding from                             Marketing Science,
  the Australian Government to establish a                              the Sansom
  Chair in Child Protection at the University.                          Institute for Health
                                                                        Research, the Hawke
UniSA delivered the Australian International
                                                                        Research Institute
    Space University intensive professional
                                                 for Sustainable Society, and the Institute
  development program, confirming South
                                                 for Sustainable Systems and Technologies
   Australia’s position as a centre for space
                                                 (since renamed the Barbara Hardy
                      education and training.
UniSA won the Institutional Award from the
                                                 The UniSA Mount Gambier Regional Centre
  Australian Learning and Teaching Council
                                                 was opened and the Centre for Regional
for Provision of Services to the Community.
                                                 Engagement established.
                                                 UniSA was ranked in the top 200
                                                 universities worldwide by The Times Higher
                                                 Education Supplement.

Professor John Ralston was named UniSA’s
                   first Laureate Professor.
   The Australian Minerals Science Research

 Institute (AMSRI), headquartered at UniSA’s
   Ian Wark Research Institute, was officially
     opened. It was supported by the largest
            ARC Linkage Grant ever awarded.        Professor Peter Høj joined UniSA as Vice
           The Royal Australian Institute of       Chancellor and President of the University
   Architects awarded the nation’s highest         following Professor Denise Bradley’s
   accolade for a public building to UniSA’s       retirement.
                           Kaurna Building.

   UniSA was awarded $40 million through
        the Federal Government’s Education

      Investment Fund to help build the $73
million building to house the Materials and
   Minerals Science Learning and Research
                      Hub at Mawson Lakes.
                                                   Associate Professor Mahfuz Aziz won the
               Dr Ian Gould,                       Prime Minister’s Award for the Australian
       a resources industry                        Teacher of the Year.
           professional, was
                                                   UniSA joined Pedal Prix, the Human Powered
           appointed as the
                                                   Vehicle super series, as lead sponsor.
University’s new Chancellor
following the retirement of
       David Klingberg AM.

 The UniSA College was launched to offer
more opportunities for South Australians to
        gain access to tertiary education.
  UniSA joined forces with the International
  Space University in Strasbourg, France, to
  bring world-class space education to the
                     southern hemisphere.          The UniSA-based Centre for Muslim and
                                                   Non-Muslim Understanding was launched
UniSA secured $30 million from the Federal         in India by then Minister of Education and
 Government’s Education Investment Fund            future Prime Minister, Julia Gillard.
 towards the cost of a $85 million learning
  centre to be built in Adelaide’s West End.       UniSA graduated its 100,000th student,
                                                   Charlotte Mukamuberwa, a Rwandan refugee
                                                   now with a Bachelor of Commerce degree.

                           2011 2012
    In the 2011 QS World University Rankings,
     the University of South Australia showed      The second Excellence in Research
  the biggest improvement of any Australian        Australia (ERA) assessment rated more
 university for the second year running to be      than 86 per cent of UniSA’s research as
                       ranked 11th in Australia.   world-class or better.
    The first national Excellence in Research                       Chemist, researcher
      for Australia (ERA) assessment showed                         and Irish university
   that around 70 per cent of UniSA research                        leader, Professor David
assessed was world-class standard or above.                         Lloyd, is appointed as
                                                                    the University of South
                                                                    Australia’s new Vice
                                                                    Chancellor and President.
                                                   The new China-Australia Centre for
                                                   Sustainable Urban Design, is founded in
                                                   partnership with Tianjin University.

    UniSA became the first university in the
     world to host an online brainstorming
     event and ideas generator – unijam. It
                                                                 In April the University’s $85 million Jeffrey
hosted 17,000 unique posts and more than
 1300 conversation threads from across 56                        Smart Building was officially opened,
                                 countries.                      featuring eight floors spanning 12,480m²
                                                                 with the latest technologies and cutting
       Crossing the Horizon was launched – a                     edge learning spaces.
     strategic action plan designed to change
          the way the University operates and
                engages with its communities.

                         C RO S S I N G T H E
                         HOR I ZON
                         Our Strategic Action Plan 2013 - 2018

     UniSA ranked in the world’s top 50 under
      50 years of age by both the QS and THE
     world university rankings. The University
                                                                 To mark the 20-year partnership between
      also ranked in the THE’s global Top 100
                                                                 UniSA and Hong Kong Baptist University,
              for engineering and technology.
                                                                 a new suite of jointly offered full-time
         UniSA’s MBA program is one of only                      degrees is launched.
    three nationally to win a five-star rating
                                                                 UniSA partners with the Institute for Choice
     for the sixth consecutive year from the
                                                                 to bring global experts together in the
 Graduate Management Association’s Good
                                                                 science of human choice behaviour; and is
                          Universities Guide.
                                                                 announced as the national headquarters
An alliance with SA Pathology is announced                       for an $88 million Data to Decisions CRC.
     that will see UniSA support the growth

   of one of Australia’s top cancer research
         centres. With a Federal Government
       investment of $40 million, the Centre
    for Cancer Biology (CCB) expansion was
announced by the then Prime Minister Julia                       UniSA was ranked as one of the world’s
        Gillard during a visit to UniSA in June.                 best young universities (THE ranks us #38
                                                                 on their list of the world’s best 50 under
 The University was appointed lead partner                       50; Quacarelli Symonds moves us up to
      of a new Cooperative Research Centre                       #25). We had some stunning research
       for Cell Therapy Manufacturing set to                     results as well: Excellence in Research
     underpin significant innovations in the                     Australia rated 97 per cent of our assessed
   treatment available for diabetes, wound,                      research as world-class or above.
                     and transplant patients.

                                                                 UniSA was also ranked as one of the
                                                                 world’s best international universities. We
                                                                 entered into a significant relationship with
                                                                 the University College London to establish
                                                                 our Future Industries Institute (FII) and
                                                                 became the recipient of an incredibly
                                                                 generous contribution from the late, great,
                                                                 Sir Terry Pratchett, a perpetual scholarship
                                                                 fund worth more than $1 million.
                                                                 UniSA also opened the Innovation
                                                                 Collaboration Centre at City West in
                                                                 partnership with Hewlett Packard
                                                                 Enterprise and forged a partnership with
                                                                 one of China’s largest drug manufacturers,
                                                                 Yabao Pharmaceuticals, to develop and
                                                                 bring to market new cancer treatments.

Jim McDowell, former BAE
                             2016 2017               UniSA’s rapid rise up the international
    systems Saudi Arabia CEO                         rankings continued with Times Higher
  and a passionate supporter                         Education (THE) rating the university as
      of continuing education,                       #32 in their list of the world’s best young
  succeeded Dr Ian Gould AM                          universities. UniSA was the youngest
as the University’s Chancellor.                      Australian university on the list and ranked
                                                     by THE as #9 in Australia, of universities
   The University celebrated its 25th birthday
                                                     of any age. UniSA’s Law School, in only
                  since establishment in 1991.
                                                     its 10th year, was ranked as one of the
   UniSA joined forces with SA’s larget private      world’s best at #88 and the best in South
    health care provider, Calvary Health Care        Australia. Quality Indicators for Learning
   Adelaide, to expand health education and          and Teaching (QILT) rated UniSA as #1 in
                                     research.       South Australia for graduate careers and for
                                                     student satisfaction.
  Future Industries Institute (FII) was officially
 launched and received $7.5 million from the                            In 2017 UniSA
               South Australian Government.                             developed a new
                                                                        suite of high-quality,
   Professor Irene Watson was appointed as                              100 per cent online
     the first Pro Vice Chancellor: Aboriginal                          undergraduate courses
 Leadership and Strategy, and Unaipon Chair.                            that can be studied
   Esteemed investment banker, Chairman of                              anytime, anywhere.
the Sydney Swans Board and UniSA Alumnus,                               Each of UniSA Online’s
      Andrew Pridham, presented a $5 million                            new bachelor degree
    philanthropic gift to support construction       programs is designed specifically for
    of the new great hall. Acknowledging this        online education giving students the
  as the largest single private donation in the      best possible learning resources to
University’s 25 year history, the multipurpose       encourage deeper and broader intellectual
           facility was named as Pridham Hall.       engagement and to support personalised
                                                     learning and assessment strategies.

                             2018                                                 The new Samsung
                                                                                  one of the most
                                                                                  advanced teacher-
                                                     training facilities in the country, opened its
                                                     doors at UniSA’s Magill campus. Powered by
Major new infrastructure opened when UniSA           Samsung technology, the $4 million facility
   launched two new buildings. Pridham Hall          will equip Australian students and teachers
 and the University of South Australia Cancer        with the skills and tools that are shaping
 Research Institute were both opened in May          Australia’s future.
  2018. Pridham Hall is a $50 million cultural
                                                                       In September, UniSA
        and sporting centre of the University.
                                                                       appointed a new Chancellor,
         The $247 million                                              Ms Pauline Carr. With more
      University of South                                              than 30 years’ management
         Australia Cancer                                              and commercial experience
      Research Institute,                                              in the resources industry,
      is home to UniSA’s                                               Ms Carr has been a member
 research-rich School of                             of the University’s Council since 2010.
  Pharmacy and Medical
                                                     UniSA launched its Enterprise25 plan,
   Sciences, the globally
                                                     re-imagining UniSA with a laser-like focus
   recognised Centre for
                                                     on its programs and an aim to reduce its
 Cancer Biology and our
                                                     operational silos. The plan is to re-shape and
 technology-based business incubation hub,
                                                     review programs to ensure they are leading-
          the Innovation Collaboration Centre.
                                                     edge, end user endorsed programs and that
  The building is also                               are all ranked among the best in the world.
       home to MOD.,
   Australia’s leading                                Our Strategic Plan
       future focused                                 2018-2025

      museum, which
    provokes new ideas at the intersection of
science, art and innovation. It opened with an
 exhibition, MOD.IFY which took audiences on
  an immersive and unexpected journey that                                 AUSTRALIA’S
                                                                           OF ENTERPRISE

challenged what they think they know about
                  what it means to be human.
Processional                                   As a composer Deborah has received
                                               numerous commissions since the success

Music                                          of her opera Pecan Summer (2010) and
                                               now specialises in working with traditional

Ancient Land Processional                      The Ngarrindjeri Women’s Choir
The processional music played at the start     Singing is an essential part of identity in
of the graduation ceremony has been            Aboriginal culture. The women who gather
composed by Deborah Cheetham AO. The           to sing in Murray Bridge do so because it is
work is sung by the Ngarrindjeri Women’s       part of who they are as Aboriginal women.
Choir and the Marryatville Concert Choir,      These women have performed for many
supported by the Adelaide Symphony             important events over the past decade
Orchestra, conducted by Nicholas Buc.          but are never happier than when singing
                                               in community and passing on culture
“From the beginning I wanted this
                                               through song.
processional to be a powerful reminder
that knowledge has been passed for more
than 2000 generations on the lands that
the University now occupies. For that
reason it was essential to include the
traditional language groups from each of
the campuses of the University of South
Australia - Kaurna (Adelaide), Boandik (Mt
Gambier) and Barngarla (Whyalla). Ancient
Land Processional is music for ceremony
and for celebration. I wanted this work to
convey the importance and excitement of
one of life’s great rites of passage – the
graduation ceremony”.
- Deborah Cheetham AO

Deborah Cheetham AO
Deborah Cheetham, Yorta Yorta woman,
soprano, composer and educator has been
a leader in the Australian arts landscape
for more than 25 years. In the 2014
Queen’s Birthday Honours List, Deborah
was appointed as an Officer of the Order
of Australia (AO), for distinguished service
to the performing arts as an opera singer,
composer and artistic director, to the
development of Indigenous artists, and to
innovation in performance.                     Deborah Cheetham AO

The Ngarrindjeri Women’s Choir

The Marryatville Concert Choir                    Adelaide Symphony Orchestra
– Aldis Sils Musical Director                     Established in 1936, the internationally
The choir is one of the many co-curricular        acclaimed Adelaide Symphony Orchestra
ensembles at Marryatville High School’s           is South Australia’s largest performing
internationally acclaimed Special Interest        arts organisation. Today the ASO plays
Music Centre. The choir is recognised as          a major role in Adelaide’s cultural and
one of the best school choirs in Adelaide.        economic vibrancy, and enriches the
In the past decade it has won competitions        community through a diverse program
in Adelaide (Adelaide Choral Eisteddfods),        of world-class performances to more
Sydney (Sydney Performing Arts Challenge,         than 90,000 concertgoers each season.
ABC Classic FM Choir of the Year State            The Ancient Land Processional orchestral
Champion 2006), and internationally               music was performed by the ASO,
(Tallinn International Choral Festival 2007).     conducted by Nicholas Buc and recorded
The choir has toured Central Europe               in Adelaide’s ABC studios.
including concerts at the Kodaly School
in Kecskemet. The choir performs a wide
variety of repertoire in a range of styles, and
where possible in original languages.

The Marryatville Concert Choir

Adelaide Symphony Orchestra
Photo: Shane Reid

Academic Dress                                    bonnet with red cord and tassel. Red hood
                                                  lined with light blue and edged with gold
                                                  ribbon with two gold stripes on either side.

Doctor of Science higher doctorate                Doctor of Philosophy degrees
Oxford-style red gown with blue facing            Oxford-style black gown with red facing
and gold ribbon trim on front of gown and         on front of gown and around sleeve cuffs.
around sleeve cuffs. Black Tudor velvet           Black Tudor velvet bonnet with black tassel.
bonnet with red cord and tassel. Red hood         Black hood lined with red with gold edging.
lined with blue and edged with gold ribbon
with two gold stripes on either side.             Professional doctorates
                                                  Oxford-style black gown faced with
Doctor of Letters higher doctorate                discipline colour (as shown below)
Oxford-style red gown with gold facing            on front of gown and around sleeve
and blue ribbon trim on front of gown and         cuffs. Black Tudor velvet bonnet with
around sleeve cuffs. Black Tudor velvet           black tassel. Black hood lined with
bonnet with red cord and tassel. Red hood         discipline colour with gold edging.
lined with gold and edged with blue ribbon
with two blue stripes on either side.             Masters degrees
                                                  Oxford-style black gown. Black
Doctor of Laws higher doctorate                   mortarboard with black tassel. Black
Oxford-style red gown with gold facing            hood lined with blue with gold edging.
and blue and red ribbon trim on front of
gown and around sleeve cuffs. Black Tudor         Graduate diplomas and
velvet bonnet with red cord and tassel. Red       Graduate certificates
hood lined with gold and edged with red
                                                  Cambridge-style black gown with relevant
ribbon with two red stripes on either side.
                                                  stole. Black mortarboard with black tassel.
Doctor of Engineering higher doctorate
                                                  Undergraduate degrees
Oxford-style red gown with green facing
                                                  Cambridge-style black gown. Black
and gold ribbon trim on front of gown and
                                                  mortarboard with black tassel. Black
around sleeve cuffs. Black Tudor velvet
                                                  hood lined with discipline colour.
bonnet with red cord and tassel. Red hood
lined with green and edged with gold
ribbon with two gold stripes on either side.      Associate degrees
                                                  Cambridge-style black gown with relevant
Doctor of Visual Arts higher doctorate            stole. Black mortarboard with black tassel.
Oxford-style red gown with light blue facing
and gold ribbon trim on front of gown and         Diplomas
around sleeve cuffs. Black Tudor velvet           Cambridge-style black gown with relevant
                                                  stole. Black mortarboard with black tassel.

            and Building

            Creative Arts

          Engineering and
        related technologies



           and Commerce


     Agricultural, Environmental
         and related studies                   Diploma      Associate    Graduate      Graduate
                                                            Degree       Certificate   Diploma
         Society and Culture

         Natural and Physical

Hoods                                               In the earliest times, university statutes
All University of South Australia hoods             concerning academic costume were
are of the Oxford burgon style.                     somewhat vague, and it was not until the
                                                    late 14th and early 15th centuries, as lay
                                                    fashions began to change, that universities
Mortarboard tassels for Indigenous
                                                    began to adopt the policy of setting down
Australian graduates
                                                    particular requirements for the shape and
The University of South Australia is proud of       cut of academic dress.
its commitment to Australian reconciliation.
To enable Indigenous Australians to have            Over the centuries, gowns have evolved
their ancestry recognised, Aboriginal and           in various forms from the original outer
Torres Strait Islander graduates have the           garment or robe commonly worn by the
option of wearing a mortarboard with a              laity and members of the clergy, to the
tassel incorporating the colours of the             many modern versions for the various
respective flags (red, black and yellow for         levels of academic awards. Hoods have
Aboriginal graduates and blue, green and            developed from the head coverings worn
white for Torres Strait Islander graduates).        by students in the early ages. They were
                                                    especially useful in inclement weather and
History of academic dress                           in the draughty cloisters of monasteries.
Academic dress has a long history, almost           At Canterbury, in the 13th century, the
as long as that of universities themselves. It      monks’ hoods were lined with fur because
began with the foundation of the European           of the cold. Windows in those days were not
universities in the 12th and 13th centuries.        glazed.
Until that time, education was carried out
                                                    It would seem that no matter how young a
within the monasteries, such as one at
                                                    university is, one of the first priorities is to
Oxford where divinity, philosophy and arts
                                                    adopt a style of academic dress which is
were studied as early as the 8th century.
It was not until the 12th century that
                                                    The University of South Australia is
groups of teachers and students gathered
                                                    no exception. In 1991, the University
together for classes outside monastery
                                                    acknowledged the academic dress of
walls in a move that was recognisable as
                                                    its predecessor institutions and then in
the beginnings of universities. Two of the
                                                    February 1992, the University’s academic
outstanding schools at that time were in
                                                    dress was determined by the Council and
Bologna and Paris. During the 13th century
                                                    the first graduation ceremonies wearing the
the Roman legal word universitas became
                                                    new University of South Australia academic
a common name for study groups. The
                                                    dress occurred during April 1992. It is
third great university of the Middle Ages,
                                                    interesting to note that the hood chosen is
Oxford, emerged at that time. Much of the
                                                    of Oxford Burgon style while the gown is of
symbolism of academic dress is bound up
                                                    the Cambridge style, an interesting link with
with the history of those early universities
                                                    two of the greatest European universities of
which have influenced the creation and
                                                    the Middle Ages.
maintenance of a distinctive form of dress.

                                                 Oxford burgon
                                                 style hood

                                                                       Mortarboard tassels for
                                                                      Indigenous Australian

Ceremony                                         If you look carefully you will see that this
                                                 gown also has a combination of gold stripes

                                                 on each sleeve instead of the silver stripes
                                                 located on the Vice Chancellor’s gown.
                                                 When representing the Vice Chancellor the
                                                 Provost and Chief Academic Officer wears
Academic Procession and stage party              a black Fairford Brocade gown adored by
The traditional custom in which dignitaries      silver oakleaf lace.
of the university enter the graduation hall
                                                 Senior management wear a black gown
is known as the academic procession. The
                                                 with blue facing on the front and rear collar,
University of South Australia’s academic
                                                 and a black bonnet with silver tassel. The
procession is led by higher degree
                                                 academic registrar wears a similar gown.
graduates and members of the University
                                                 However you will note that the blue facing
Council, followed by academic staff and
                                                 is not as wide and the collar is black, and a
senior management of the University,
                                                 black mortar board with blue tassel is worn.
including the Vice Chancellor. The
                                                 Readers wear the gown reflecting their
Chancellor is the last to enter.
                                                 highest award, as do Professors receiving
Academics sit at the rear of the stage           the honorary title of Emeritus Professor, and
and Council members in the second                those being awarded with the honorary title
to front row. The front row is reserved          of University Fellow. Recipients of honorary
for staff reading graduand names, the            Doctor of the University awards wear
academic registrar, senior managers, the         the prestigious blue University of South
Vice Chancellor, guest speaker, honorary         Australia honorary doctorate gown trimmed
award recipients, special guests and the         with yellow and red facing, and a red, yellow,
Chancellor.                                      and blue hood. A black bonnet with gold
                                                 tassel is the accompanying headwear.
In some circumstances the Chancellor may
be represented by the Deputy Chancellor          Council members are distinguished with
or Pro Chancellor. The Vice Chancellor may       black silk-like gowns with red, blue, and
be represented by the Provost and Chief          gold facing, and a black bonnet and gold
Academic Officer.                                tassel. Candidates graduating with a PhD
                                                 wear a black Oxford-style gown with red
Academic Dress                                   facing, and those receiving professional
                                                 doctorates wear the same style gown but
Academic dress usually reflects the highest
                                                 with coloured facing representing their
academic qualification of the wearer. Special
ceremonial gowns are also worn and these
represent the wearer’s position and title. The
Vice Chancellor can be recognised by the         End of Ceremony
distinctive Fairford Brocade gown adorned        The academic recession signals the end of
with silver oakleaf lace, and black bonnet       the ceremony and is led by the Chancellor,
with blue tassel. The Chancellor’s gown is       followed by the stage party in the reverse
also Fairford Brocade but incorporates gold      order to which it entered. Newly conferred
oakleaf lace and notably this is worn with       graduates join the recession signalling their
a black bonnet finished with a gold tassel.      entry to the academic community.

University of                                  Degree with Honours
                                               A degree with Honours is a program of four

South Australia                                or more years in duration, which includes a
                                               minimum of one year of advanced studies,

Awards                                         for students who demonstrate a high level
                                               of achievement in the initial years of their

Degree types                                   Double degree
University of South Australia students         A double degree is a program where two
have a range of program options when           contrasting and complementary programs
undertaking their study. The following are     at the same level have been combined to
examples of the degree titles you may hear     complement each other, such that the core
during the graduation ceremony.                elements of the two awards are undertaken
                                               simultaneously and the requirements of
Doctor of Philosophy                           each award are fully met. These graduates
                                               receive two parchments.
Doctor of Philosophy programs provide
training and education with the objective of
producing graduates with the capacity to       Co-badged degrees
conduct research independently at a high       A collaborative arrangement between
level of originality and quality.              recognised providers, resulting in a single
                                               award and may include the co-badging of a
Professional Doctorate                         single parchment.
A Professional Doctorate is a rigorous
program of advanced study and research,        Dual degrees
designed specifically to meet the needs        Collaborative partnerships between the
of industry and professional groups.           University of South Australia and another
Professional Doctorates usually consist of a   recognised provider enable students to
blend of coursework and research.              undertake a degree jointly facilitated
                                               by both institutions. Graduates of these
Honours degree                                 programs will be issued with parchments
                                               from each institution.
The Honours degree is a separate, stand-
alone one-year program of advanced
studies for students who demonstrate a
high level of achievement upon completion
of their pass degree program.

Barbara Hesselschwerdt
 The Nature of Connections 2,3,4
 photo by Sarah Sturm

University of                                 University of South Australia Medals
                                              Awarded annually to graduands in
South Australia                               each Division for outstanding academic
                                              merit throughout all years of an
Medal Winners                                 undergraduate degree program:

                                              University of South Australia
                                              Business School
University of South Australia Medals
                                              Lauren Elizabeth Horne
Outstanding academic achievement is
recognised through numerous prizes and        Joshua Schneider
awards. The most prestigious of these for     James Swan
undergraduate students are the University     Danielle Simone Weir
of South Australia Medals and Honours         James Garnet Weir
The Medals are silver in colour and bear
                                              Division of Education, Arts
an enamel version of the University of
                                              and Social Sciences
South Australia seal on the front and the
recipient’s name is engraved on the reverse   Flora Walker Carbo
side. Medals are awarded annually.            Luke Anthony Frahn
The 2018 recipients are:                      Rita Kellaway
                                              Daniel Thomas Mather
University of South Australia                 Toni Fay Walsh
Honours Medals
Awarded annually to graduands in              Division of Health Sciences
each Division for outstanding academic
merit throughout all years of an honours      Alice Sinead O’Connell-Debais
degree program:                               I Gusti Ayu Agung Cintya Dharmayanti
                                              Kenneth Do
University of South Australia                 Harold Dale Gathercole
Business School                               Alana Rose Giacomelli
Alex Lazar                                    Diana Margaret Hill
                                              Naomi Louise Siderius
Division of Education, Arts
and Social Sciences
Tara Rowhani-Farid
                                              Division of Information Technology,
Division of Health Sciences                   Engineering and the Environment
Sarah Louise Graham                           David Thomas Darr Earles
                                              Nghia Trong Nguyen
Division of Information Technology,
Engineering and the Environment
Alycia Maddison Winter

University of South Australia Medal

Pridham Hall                                     The first Pridhams arrived in South Australia
                                                 in 1849, just 13 years after the proclamation
                                                 of Government in SA. This is an investment
                                                 of 170 years by my family and its preceding
Pridham Hall is named to acknowledge the
                                                 generations. South Australia is important
extraordinary benefaction and leadership
                                                 to our family and in particular my direct
of Mr Andrew Pridham AO. Mr Pridham is
                                                 family, being my parents LR (Bob) and Marie
a proud alumnus of the UniSA Property
                                                 Pridham and my siblings Helen, David, Mary
Resource Management degree (1988).
                                                 and Richard.
His transformative gift to the University
                                                 I hope for the great success of all students
acknowledges his gratitude to UniSA for his
                                                 who pass through the doors of this great
‘outstanding education’ as well as reflecting
                                                 hall in the process of their studies at UniSA.“
his belief in the positive role education can
                                                 – Andrew Pridham AO.
play in one’s life.
Mr Pridham also believes that those              The Pridham Foundation
that have the capacity to contribute to          Andrew Pridham AO
the broader community should do so               Amelia Pridham
generously and encourage others to do the        Carolyn Pridham
same.                                            Oliver Pridham
“The University of South Australia is an         Grace Pridham
important institution very worthy of
support. Universities develop minds and
foster new thinking. It is a privilege for The
Pridham Foundation to support UniSA and
contribute to this impressive building and
be a part of the process of developing
future generations.

Andrew Pridham AO

You can leave your                                 Support UniSA’s Scholarship Fund
                                                   UniSA’s Scholarship Fund provides

mark on UniSA                                      scholarships, grants and prizes that
                                                   recognise academic achievement and give
                                                   vital financial support to students who need
                                                   it most.
Embed yourself in the DNA
                                                   UniSA has more students from a
of the Pridham Hall
                                                   disadvantaged background than any other
By building Pridham Hall we have created           university in South Australia, and there are
a new heart of the University - an iconic          many students at UniSA for whom money
venue where thousands of memories will             is a real issue. Many have multiple jobs
be made.                                           to support themselves, some come from
The state-of-the-art facility features a           remote rural areas, and more than 25 per
sports complex, a swimming pool, and               cent have little financial support at home –
facilities for graduations and corporate and       which puts them at risk of not completing
cultural events. It is a significant part of the   their degrees and foregoing their dream.
student experience and offers important            The Fund supports students tackling the
sport and fitness services to the entire           problems of the world as they progress
local community, including the new Health          through masters and PhD studies, as
Precinct on North Terrace.                         well as students just starting out in their
Under the guidance of the design teams we          undergraduate studies who are finding their
have selected three spaces and sculptural          purpose and inspiration.
forms where we can permanently etch your           By making a donation to the Scholarship
name and your three words to live by in            Fund you can help future students.
Pridham Hall to forever inform and inspire         It is a wonderful way of giving back
future generations of students.                    and acknowledging what you have
Hundreds of graduates, staff and supporters        accomplished. To give someone else a
have already donated $1,000 to embed               boost please visit
their name and words, or those of a loved
one, into the chandelier, inverted pyramid
and the swimming pool.
To find out more about how you too can
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Alumni                                         Advancing careers
                                               The alumni network maintains a dedicated
                                               business directory that outlines discounted
                                               services available for fellow alumni, and
Alumni Network                                 the University’s career services program
The University of South Australia supports     also provides continuing advice on career
a thriving worldwide community of its          development and forums to facilitate
graduates through its alumni network.          contact with employers and professional
Upon receiving your degree, you will           bodies.
automatically become a member of the
alumni network that includes over 215,000      Staying in touch
of your fellow graduates and extends           Regular networking events are held locally,
across more than 134 countries.                interstate and around the world. There are
Your digital Alumni Network Card is your       formal network chapters in Malaysia, Hong
key to access the services of the network.     Kong, Singapore, China and the United
Keeping up to date                             More information on the alumni network
Alumni network members are able to keep        and access to its wide range of services and
up to date with the achievements of fellow     resources is available at
graduates and the University by receiving
regular electronic copies of UniSA News,
Alumni News and Enterprise magazine.
Alumni continue to have access to their
University email account for life.

Continuing to learn
Alumni network members receive library
membership for free, providing ongoing
access to the University’s vast learning
resources. They receive invitations to
special public lectures and the University’s
International Seminar Series that feature
leading academics and thinkers.

Scott Hedges
 Feet on the ground, head in the sky
 2018. Steel, red gum and concrete.
 Dimensions variable

1 October:
Tuesday 1 October 2019 at 10:30am

The Occasional Address                           Order of Ceremony
Professor Caroline McMillen                      Processional music will be played.
                                                 The audience is requested to stand for
BA(Hons), MB, BChir(Cantab),
                                                 the entrance of the Academic Procession,
MA(Oxon), DPhil(Oxon), FRSN,                     Council and Official Party.
                                                 The Australian National Anthem will be
Professor Caroline McMillen is Chief             sung by Ms Sharon Turley, Soprano.
Scientist for South Australia, a role she took
on in 2018 after serving as Vice-Chancellor      The Chancellor, Ms Pauline Carr BEc(ANU)
of the University of Newcastle for seven         MBA, FAICD, FCIS, FGIA will open the
years.                                           ceremony.

Professor McMillen is a Fellow of the            Uncle Lewis Yerloburka O’Brien AO, Senior
Australian Academy of Health and Medical         Kaurna Elder, will give the Welcome to
Sciences, a Fellow of the Royal Society of       Country.
New South Wales and a Bragg Member of            The Vice Chancellor and President,
the Royal Institution, Australia. She holds      Professor David Lloyd BSc(Hons), PhD,
a BA (Honours) and Doctor of Philosophy          CChem, FRSC, will address the ceremony.
from the University of Oxford, and
completed her medical training graduating        The Occasional Address will be delivered by
with an MB, BChir from the University of         Professor Caroline McMillen, Chief Scientist
Cambridge. She has served in academic            for South Australia.
leadership positions at Monash University,
                                                 The Chancellor, on behalf of the University,
the University of Adelaide and at the
                                                 will confer awards on the candidates.
University of South Australia where she
held the role of Deputy Vice-Chancellor          The Chancellor will close the ceremony.
Research and Innovation prior to her move
to Newcastle.                                    The audience is requested to stand as the
                                                 Official Party, Council, Academic Procession
Professor McMillen’s research focusses           and Graduates retire.
on the role of the environment in early
development in determining the metabolic
and cardiovascular health of the offspring
in later life. Her research group was
funded for two decades by both the ARC
and the NHMRC. She was a member of
the Prime Minister’s Science, Engineering
and Innovation Council Working Group
on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
health focusing on maternal, fetal and
post-natal health and she has been a chair
and member of international and national
research policy, review and assessment
panels. She has also served on a range
of industry boards including the National
Automotive Industry Innovation Council,
Cooperative Research Centre for Advanced
Automotive Technology, Cooperative
Research Centre for Rail Innovation,
the South Australian Premier’s Climate
Change Council, the NSW Innovation and
Productivity Council as well as a range of
state industry and government leadership

1 October:
The Presentation
for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy         Kalana Ishara Patuwatha Withanage, by
Ali Nassir Hussein Al-Gemeel, by thesis        thesis entitled:
entitled:                                       Robotic vision for in-situ fall recovery
 Development and characterization               assistance
 of hybrid engineered cementitious             (conferred: 22 August 2019)
 composite (ECC) and its application to
 column retrofitting                           Georgia Danielle Pollard, by thesis entitled:
(conferred: 22 August 2019)                     Different kinds of worth: a practical
                                                investigation into the productivity,
Rinkubahen Sandipsinh Chhasatia, by thesis      resource efficiency and social value of
entitled:                                       urban agriculture
 Optical and electrochemical platforms for     (conferred: 06 June 2019)
 detection of insulin secreted by human
 islets                                        Morgan Faith Schebella, by thesis entitled:
(conferred: 22 August 2019)                     The nature of health: understanding
                                                the nuanced relationship between
Anne Elizabeth Jean Fordham, by thesis          biodiversity and human wellbeing
entitled:                                      (conferred: 22 August 2019)
 Corporate social responsibility in the
 resource sector and its contribution to       Shivanita Umapathi, by thesis entitled:
 development outcomes for rural and             Investigation of water and water-related
 remote Australia                               energy performance in sustainable urban
(conferred: 02 May 2019)                        dwellings
                                               (conferred: 19 December 2018)
Nishtha Gaur, by thesis entitled:
 Investigating plasma-tissue interactions      Satriyo Krido Wahono, by thesis entitled:
 in the context of wound healing                Natural zeolites and plasma surface
(conferred: 22 August 2019)                     engineering for innovating biogas
                                                purification and advanced adsorbents
Sumyea Helal, by thesis entitled:              (conferred: 02 May 2019)
 A data mining approach to analyse the
 influence of student features on their        Zhalama, by thesis entitled:
 academic outcomes                              Weakening the faithfulness assumption
(conferred: 22 August 2019)                     in causal discovery
                                               (conferred: 22 August 2019)
Jacqueline Mary Jepson, by thesis entitled:
 Development of a decision-making model
                                               for the degree of Doctor of Information
 for selecting risk tools and techniques for
                                               Technology Management
 construction project management
                                               Barry Desmond Blundell, by thesis entitled:
(conferred: 22 August 2019)
                                                Executive level management of electronic
Hye Won Jung, by thesis entitled:               evidence: are we preparing our leaders to
 Multiple MCT particle detection and            meet the challenges?
 tracking for analysing cystic fibrosis        (conferred: 22 August 2019)
 treatments in synchrotron phase contrast
 x-ray imaging                                 Saiful Islam, by thesis entitled:
(conferred: 06 June 2019)                       Key Success Factors of PRINCE2 Project
                                                Management Method in Software
Javad Naderi, by thesis entitled:               Development Projects
 Strategies for combatting the formation       (conferred: 02 May 2019)
 of fungal biofilms on biomaterials
(conferred: 22 August 2019)
                                               * indicates a conferral of award date prior to
Omerebere Ogbughalu, by thesis entitled:         this ceremony
 Microbial stimulation using simple and
 complex organic amendments for pyrite
 oxidation control in acid mine drainage
(conferred: 14 February 2019)

Andrea Elayne Parks, by thesis entitled:
 Learning to support Year 12 student
 university study choice
(conferred: 22 August 2019)

DIVISION OF INFORMATION                   Himasri Pamidi *(20/12/2017)
TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING                   Chandrakanth Perla
AND THE ENVIRONMENT                       Dinoop Raj
for the degree of Master of Engineering   Vaishnavi Rajagopal
(Environmental Science and Engineering)   Jaspreet Singh Sidhu *(26/04/2019)
Qing Xiao *(02/05/2019)                   Pavan Kumar Vanaparthy

for the degree of Master of Science       for the Graduate Diploma in Aviation
(Environmental Science)                   Todd Steven Everard
Chin How Goh *(06/06/2019)                Rohit Paudel

                                          for the Graduate Diploma in Engineering
                                          (Engineering Management)
for the degree of Master of               Dongni Wang
Engineering (Autonomous Systems)
                                          for the Graduate Diploma in
Hiren Suresh Sanathara
                                          Engineering (Systems Engineering)
Shusen Zhai
                                          Clayton Brian Langley
for the degree of Master of
                                          for the Graduate Diploma in Human
Engineering (Electrical Power)
                                          Factors and Safety Management Systems
Tajrian Akther *(26/04/2019)
                                          Alexander Philip Harald Keys
Jaison Alias
                                          Lance Joseph Breen
Arnav Sunil Belapurkar
                                          Gordon Smith
Yang Hu
                                          Georgia Alice Tuckwell
Tuo Jiang
Puraskar Sapkota                          for the Graduate Certificate in Human
                                          Factors and Safety Management Systems
for the degree of Master of Engineering
                                          Ian Firth
(Engineering Management)
Ali Mohamed Abdullahi                     for the Graduate Certificate in Logistics
James Adediran Adeyeye                    and Supply Chain Management
Muhammad Arfa Akram                       Elena Shevchenko
Jima John Anak                            Warren Williams
Sagar Arora
                                          for the Graduate Certificate in
Sreeram Chennupati                        Organisational Safety and Human Factors
Anirudh Dalmia                            Nicholas Peter Borrow-Jones
Anto Vellara Francis                      Sharyn Joy Cobbin
Muhammad Yaseen Hanif                     Warren John Daley
Nguyen Ngoc Hoang                         Elise Kosch
Rajas Santosh Kambli                      Damien Paul Manning
Akhil Kochukutty Suresh                   Pene Louise Mellors
Bharath Kondaveeti
Chi Sing Kwok                             for the Graduate Certificate
                                          in Space Studies
Krushank Dipakkumar Limbachiya
Varun Sai Mandava                         Bal Dhital
Ashams Marakkacherry Winnes               Kyle Benjamin Faulkner
Michael Rey Orlino                        Rishi Khan
Arthkumar Sureshbhai Patel                for the degree of Bachelor of Engineering
Dharamkumar Patel                         (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic)
Lakshman Sri Harsha Ponnam                Salah Hassan A Alyahyawi
Prince Pushpa Rajan                       Timothy Paul Chiknaikin
Barla Vishnuvardhan Reddy                 Sushmita Borkakati
Jaimin Pankajkumar Shah                   Andrew Du
Simran Sharma                             Manamalage Nuwan Sampath Sanjeewa
Carly Lee Sutton                            Fernando
Simranjeet Singh                          Hong Kingsley
Shaun Ashley Taylor                       Hiu Tung Hung
Krishna Chaitanya Tummala                 Wasala Muhandiramge Chatura Mahesh
for the degree of Master of
                                          Andre Nagy
Engineering (Telecommunications)
                                          Emil Haiqal Suhaimi
Navya Krishna Dasari
                                          Wang He
Sundar Paul Dasari
                                          Zhang Jun
Jigar Jasvantkumar Desai
Ritesh Maheshkumar Gajjar                 for the degree of Bachelor of Engineering
Jobanpreet Singh                          (Honours) (Electrical and Mechatronic)
Joseph Mathew                             Deng Seng Ang
Dilawer Mehmood                           Archangelo Amelkare Sangu
Nawalpreet Kaur *(26/04/2019)

1 October:
for the degree of Bachelor of               Kai Xuan Lee
Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical)          Kun Sang Leong
Hassan Ahmed A Al Ghawas                    Leung Man To
Yousef Khalifa Al Thawadi                   Tam Chun Lam
Helal Yahya S Alobayli                      Bradley Terence Todd
Mustafa Ahmed A Alzahrani                   Fook Chuen Wan
Borui Bai
                                            for the degree of Bachelor of Engineering
Phone Khant Myat                            (Electronics and Communications)
Ming Long Yeung
                                            Thabologang Goitsemang
Kevin Peter
Brock Tyson Phillips                        for the degree of Bachelor of
Paul Raymond Summerton                      Engineering (Mechanical)
                                            Ashiq Basheer *(06/06/2019)
for the degree of Bachelor of
Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical           for the degree of Bachelor of
and Advanced Manufacturing)                 Technology (Mechanical and
Ajaypreet Singh Bhatti                      Manufacturing Engineering)
Husain Murtaza                              Lloyd Murray Ashton
Abhilash Saini                              for the Associate Degree in Engineering
Erik Richard Welin
                                            Thomas Conrad Casey
Yao Yu
                                            Drew Reginald Eager
for the degree of Bachelor of Engineering   Jayantha Ranasooriya
(Honours) (Mechanical and Mechatronic)      Vincy Thomas
Joshua Joseph Kade                          Alexander Warin
Muhammad Adib bin Mohd Afandi
                                            THE SCHOOL OF INFORMATION
for the degree of Bachelor of               TECHNOLOGY AND
Engineering (Honours) (Mechatronic)         MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
Lachlan Benjamin Ahrens                     for the degree of Master of Business
Isaiah Fergus Blumson                       Information Management
Tengku Mohd Syafiq bin Engku Hadi           Sophie Turtle
Muhammad Aizuddin Hussin
Sneha Manimurugan                           for the degree of Master of Cybersecurity
Masman Bin Osman                            Rama Lakshmi Achanta
Muhammad Nazmie Bin Razali                  Siddesh Sandeep Chowkekar
Adam Syahir Bin Umar Hamizi                 Patrick Higgins
                                            Safdar Majeed
for the degree of Bachelor of Aviation
                                            Damien Stone
Ramana Miles                                Wai Lam Ng
Samuel Daddow                               Muh Abdur Rohman
Aishan Li                                   Mohan Shahi
Bennett Muller *(26/04/2019)
Oliver Stone                                for the degree of Master of Data Science
                                            Ophilia Daniel
for the degree of Bachelor of
                                            Khandoker Omur Faruqe
Aviation (Management)
                                            Renqiang Luo
Chang Yen-Jung Danny
                                            Umair Mehmood
Tsz Yin Ho
                                            Aradhana Priya Mehta
Chi Hong Ian
                                            Neeraj Rajendra Naidu
Ethan Alexander Inglis
                                            Luke Gordan Anthony Oswald
Ho Hang Lo
                                            Shitanshu Dineshchandra Parekh
Bianca Renee Lucas
                                            Raj Atul Parmar
Saurabh Vitthalbhai Patel
                                            Alistair Stuart Pearce
Luke Lawrence Sinclair
                                            Arjun Dev Singh Ramesh
Bless Joseph Tom
                                            William Tuck Onn Thong
King Hei Tsang
Yan Yan                                     for the degree of Master of
                                            Information Management (Library
for the degree of Bachelor                  and Information Management)
of Aviation (Pilot)
                                            Kaitlyn Siobhan Gotley
Mohammed Mishal Anzari                      Emma Marie Hamilton
Yu-Tung Terrica Cheung                      Megan Anne Mahon
Todd Steven Everard *(26/04/2019)           Jack Walker Samson
Luke Michael Holland                        Emily Marguerite Buffy Wilson
Kosuke Hori
Samuel Dean Keys
Chi Kuen Lau
Shao Quanxin

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