Category: Humanities and Social Sciences
2003 Rhodes Scholar Tamson Pietsch nurtured her love of ideas and scholarship during her undergraduate days at the University of Adelaide. Whole afternoons spent in the Union Building, drinking coffee and debating ‘the big questions of life’ with fellow students set her on the path to a career in academia.
Soprano Sky Ingram is living her dream in London, learning her craft from the world’s best. The 28-year-old Elder Conservatorium of Music graduate is one of just a dozen singers from around the world to win a place at the acclaimed National Opera Studio, where she has just completed her first term. Sky’s selection was […]
In the tradition of Rhodes Scholars, Jonathan Webb has not only set a high scholastic bar, but pursued his love of the arts and packed in a few more activities while studying at Oxford, including a 100-mile cycle ride in the Cotswolds.
As a double degree graduate, 1995 Rhodes Scholar Elizabeth Leane was able to combine her science and literature degrees in unexpected ways while studying at Oxford – and learn from such luminaries as Nelson Mandela, Stephen Hawking and Salmon Rushdie.