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USC Old Scholars – where are they now?

Bella Chow (2011) is off to the University of New South Wales, the College of Fine Arts in Sydney to study Art and Art History this year (2013).

Emma Hall (2009) has completed her Science degree at the University of Adelaide with a double major in Chemistry. She has earned distinctions all the way through & begins her Masters degree today. Her project will have a biochemistry emphasis to give her more career options. Emma was the only applicant to win a scholarship. It is worth $20,000 per annum tax free & is called a Master of Philosophy Scholarship.

Vincent Donohue (2006) is starting honours in Chemistry at the University of Adelaide this year.

David Arnold (2007) is doing a PhD in Maths on Fluid Mechanics at the University of Adelaide on Scholarship.

Kylie Woods (2004) begins a new job in Dentistry at Christies Beach, South Australia.

Ajsa Bajraktarevic (2010) was offered a position at the International Politics Summer School Program at Oxford University in 2012. She was also offered a position in the ‘Democracy and Authoritarianism in Russia and the Former Soviet Union’ seminar group – at Oxford University.

We will be updating these posts weekly to let the community know what USC Old Scholars are have been achieving since graduation. If you are a USC Old Scholar please let us know about you by emailing the Development Office via carmen.bishop@adelaide.edu.au.

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