Join us back on campus to look at how it has evolved in recent times as we invite alumni and friends to view our new spaces and learn about the brilliant ideas that our students, academics, and researchers are developing within them.
We will take you through the new home of the Mathematical Sciences Institute, a modern and environmentally sustainable collaborative facility built to help grow Australia's cyber-security workforce and Science Technology Engineering and Maths (STEM) capabilities.
Professor Neil Trudinger from the Mathematical Sciences Institute will give a presentation about stories from the building throughout the years titled "If our walls could speak" and Professor Tim Senden, Director of the Research School of Physics and Engineering will also provide updates on the physics precinct building works and physics research being done in the field.
Finally, we will visit Kambri, the new heart of the campus, combining elements of campus life and offer a new learning, cultural, physical and social experience in a village setting.
Throughout this visit, we want you to reflect on your campus experience during your time, and we would love to hear from you about it.