Welcome to the first edition of our alumni newsletter for 2016! This year we'll be sharing the latest thinking on innovation, entrepreneurship and sustainability, as well as news and profiles of the inspiring individuals making a real difference from across the diverse UTS community.
This issue, check out our 'stellar' UTS authors, meet two global graduates using their business degrees for social good, find out what it's like to work at Google's New York offices, and spend a day in the life of CNN's news anchor and UTS journalism graduate Lynda Kinkade.
With International Women's Day next week, catch this year's first episode of 2SER's The Chat on Sunday, featuring a profile of influential young leader Andrea Myles, 2015 UTS Alumni Award winner and CEO and co-founder of the groundbreaking China Australia Millennial Project.
Don't miss this month's special UTSpeaks public lecture featuring UTS graduate Professor Carolyn McGregor AM, who will be talking all things data on March 23, and we're also inviting alumni to an exclusive viewing of our new exhibition 'A Kuring-gai Story' featuring works by Sidney Nolan, Margaret Preston and Max Dupain, among others, from the UTS Art Collection.
We're also inviting alumni help shape the future of the university's responsible investment strategy – find out how you can participate in the consultation process. Or if you're nearby and interested in supporting research, you can also donate your DNA to a forensic science project.
It's a really exciting time to be a part of the UTS community, and we're looking forward to sharing more with you throughout the year!
Deputy Director, Alumni Relations and Communications