UNSW Alumni Award 2020 winners!
Join us as we celebrate the trailblazers and transformers within our alumni community.
Changes to alcohol availability, high-level restrictions and increased life stressors stemming from COVID-19 will inevitably change Australia’s relationship with alcohol, but in what ways?
The moment you graduate from UNSW, you become a member of our incredible and diverse alumni community. Graduates of UNSW go on to live and work all over the globe—expanding their knowledge, acquiring unique experiences and building new networks.
From the galleries of Austria to the red dirt of Western Australia, Gary Proctor’s artistic career has been a colourful one. Throughout the challenges he’s faced – including the loss of his home and studio in the Black Summer bushfires – his enduring sense of curiosity has kept him moving forward.
Have you completed an undergraduate degree in the last five years? Are you ready to start postgraduate study for a better Australia?
Are you sitting at your desk right now? Take a look at your body position. Freeze! We see you adjusting your posture.
In a university first, on 10 June we substituted a gala dinner and formal speeches to present this year’s distinguished UNSW Alumni Awards to seven trailblazers and transformers via Zoom.
UNSW alumni have donated over $45,000 and shared heartfelt messages to support students facing hardship during COVID-19.
The UNSW Alumni Awards program is an exciting opportunity for the UNSW community to discover and celebrate the trailblazers and transformers within our alumni community. Please join us in congratulating our 2020 winners!
Through his Lam Kwun King Memorial Fund, Hong Kong-based alumnus, Vincent Lam (MCom ’87) has generously donated $AU10,200 (HK$50,000) to UNSW’s Student Emergency Support Fund (SERF), helping students to overcome financial hardship as a result of COVID-19.