Welcome to the July edition of the UTS alumni newsletter!
This issue features inspiring stories of alumni success and recent honours. From an emerging filmmaker's project getting selected by The Weinstein Company for development to a music therapist's healing work at a children's hospital – our graduates are making an impact.
Our campus continues its transformation with the latest university announcement to redevelop UTS's Building 2. Take a look at the new design which, besides sporting a stunning glass façade, will house innovative learning spaces, a new state-of-the-art library, Student Services hub and more.
Our international alumni events are in full swing. This May we were honoured to be part of the Guangzhou-Sydney Sister City Relationship 30th Anniversary celebration. And our recent alumni reunions in China were a great success! The next stop is Vietnam — join us for networking and a discussion on innovation and entrepreneurship in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi this July!
I also wanted to let you know that sadly this is my last message from e:Connect as I am retiring later this month.
In the past four years I have been privileged to meet many wonderful graduates from around the world, and worked with outstanding colleagues at UTS. I have so enjoyed sharing their stories with you, celebrating achievements and being part of the fabric of this exciting and dynamic university.
I thank those who have supported the university in so many ways, and know that you will make welcome the next Deputy Director, Alumni Relations soon to be announced.
Best wishes for the future,
Deputy Director, Alumni Relations and Communications