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2017 International Student Awards

The seventh annual International Student Awards were held at the Government House in Adelaide. The Governor, His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, presented awards to the winners in eleven categories.

Students from 14 countries including China, India, Malaysia, Vietnam, Jordan, Mauritius and France were recognised for their outstanding achievements at the awards.

Study Adelaide Chair, Bill Spurr AO, Highly Commended: Ahmad Abu Helwa from Jordan and Governor of South Australia, the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC. (R) Winner: Santhni Subramaniam from Malaysia.(L) Study Adelaide Chair, Bill Spurr AO, Highly Commended: Ahmad Abu Helwa from Jordan and Governor of South Australia, the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC. (R) Winner: Santhni Subramaniam from Malaysia.

(L) Highly Commended: Sharifah Aida Hana from Malaysia. (R) Winner: Valérie Baya from Mauritius. (L) Highly Commended: Sharifah Aida Hana from Malaysia. (R) Winner: Valérie Baya from Mauritius.

(L) Winner: Hung Yue Ng from Hong Kong. (R) Winner: Siew Li Ooi from Malaysia.(L) Winner: Hung Yue Ng from Hong Kong. (R) Winner: Siew Li Ooi from Malaysia.

Chancellors atop HIB

UniSA Chancellor Jim McDowell (centre) took his predecessors Dr Ian Gould AM and Dr David Klingberg AO on a tour of UniSA’s Health Innovation Building, which will open in 2018.

UniSA Chancellor Jim McDowell (centre) took his predecessors Dr Ian Gould AM and Dr David Klingberg AO on a tour of UniSA’s Health Innovation Building, which will open in 2018.

Ubud Writers & Readers Festival

For the first time, The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre proudly presented at the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, an event championing literary and artistic talent. Bringing together some of the world’s most powerful voices in a melting pot of artists, authors, thinkers and performers, the festival is a platform for meaningful exchange and cross-cultural dialogue. As thousands of creative minds converged at the festival to connect, learn and be inspired, The Hawke Centre’s Executive Director, Jacinta Thompson, presented three events with Nusrat Durrani, a pioneering media executive, producer and award-winning creative with MTV World, writer, photographer, furniture and clothing designer. This followed on from a very successful public presentation and student masterclass at The Hawke Centre in Adelaide.

Ubud Festival


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