It has been a month of remarkable achievements – we were excited to see our former Vice-Chancellor Professor Ross Milbourne receive an AO in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for his distinguished service to higher education, with nine alumni also recognised in the honours.
UTS has also received global recognition for its impact in midwifery and nursing, having been elected to act as Secretariat of the World Health Organisation’s Global Network of 44 Collaborating Centres for Midwifery, Nursing and Health Development, and is celebrating with a new exhibition highlighting the network’s impressive work around the world.
Thank you to all those alumni who have donated to the UTS Annual Appeal, providing vital financial support for students through the UTS Alumni Scholarship Fund. We've had over 340 donations so far, and the appeal continues until 11 July. So there’s still time to contribute – find out more here.
And make sure to tell us your thoughts on your alumni magazine, Tower, by completing our survey before 26 July for your chance to win one of three $500 travel vouchers!
Deputy Director, Alumni Relations and Communications