February 2015

Rosanne Hunt

Happy New Year! In what promises to be an exciting 2015, I am delighted to share highlights of yesterday’s official opening of our new home for the UTS Business School – Australia’s first Frank Gehry’s-designed work, the Dr Chau Chak Wing building.

Join us next weekend (February 7 & 8) to take a tour of the unique learning spaces inside this architectural marvel. For those unable to attend here is a taste of what to expect.

As always, we are extremely proud of alumni achievements, and please join me in congratulating these UTS graduates who have been awarded Australia Day honours for outstanding service to their communities.

I look forward to sharing more alumni news throughout the year.

Kind regards,

Rosanne Hunt
Deputy Director, Alumni and Communications

A business school for future leaders

New, Frank Gehry designed, UTS Business School Building

World-renowned architect Frank Gehry joined the Governor-General as he officially opened the UTS Business School’s new home.

Inside the new Dr Chau Chak Wing building

Man walking past curved wooden wall inside the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building

Take a sneak peek inside Australia’s very first Frank Gehry-designed building.

Dr Chau Chak Wing: philanthropist and education ambassador

Dr Chau Chak Wing

Meet the man with a passion for inspiring the next generation of Australian and international students.

Australia Day Honours

Australia Day Honours - Map of Australia overlaid with the Australian flag

UTS Alumni have been recognised for their outstanding achievements in the 2015 Australia Day Honours.

Billion-year-old building blocks

Archaeal cells shape-up: Tubulin-like proteins in control of cell shape differentiation

Ground-breaking international research led by UTS’s Dr Iain Duggin has shed light on an ancient microorganism that is vital for almost all life on earth.