Even at the ends of the Earth, there are ANU alumni. And they’re all in the same boat, literally.
Dr Nicky Bruce is using her scientific skillset to run her bakery in Albury, NSW.
David Kainer's PhD research at ANU has landed him a postdoctoral position at the largest science and energy laboratory within the US Department of Energy.
Psychology PhD graduate Alison Christie spent a year meditating at a Buddhist monastery so that you don’t have to.
MChD graduate Amanda Steele’s connection to her country, the Wiradjuri country of central New South Wales, is as strong as her thick Chicago accent.
When Yunfei Ouyang graduates this December, he will enter the ANU history books as the first ever graduate of the Bachelor of Mathematical Science.
The first thing you notice about Dr Sam Gubicak is he’s on a horse.
Respiratory Scientist and Bachelor of Medical Science graduate Katherine Macpherson is an authority when it comes to lungs.
Elite athlete? Actor? Astronaut? It’s pretty rare to find someone actually living their childhood dream. Cue: Nate Byrne, ABC Breakfast News weather presenter.
Dr Ramin Rafiei has some advice for anyone questioning the value of a PhD outside of academia: "Be a nerd!"
Dr Erin Walsh was inspired by the lead singer of her favourite band to become a scientific illustrator, doctor in psychology, and to work in epidemiology.
ANU alumnus Chris Harris-Pascal is changing the world from the groundwater up.