Issue 12

Issue 12: Winter 2015

Cover of Issue 12 of the Tower

The latest issue of Tower Magazine showcases the new Science and Graduate School of Health Building, the far-reaching research of Professor Carolyn McGregor, the extraordinary boardroom career of UTS Luminary Neil Chatfield, the real story behind Mervyn Bishop’s photo of Gough Whitlam, and much more.

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For science!

Brandon Lam in the new Super Lab

UTS looks like a completely different place with the opening of the Science and Graduate School of Health Building.

Bridging nations

Dr Chau Chak Wing

Meet Dr Chau Chak Wing, whose generosity helped make the new UTS Business School a reality.

The life force of big data

Professor Carolyn McGregor with an infant simulator

Professor Carolyn McGregor’s research could not only save newborns, but help astronauts stay alive on Mars.

The towering 10

UTS Tower building

Meet the high-achieving alumni who’ve become success stories in Australia and abroad. Their contributions have enriched the fields of science, medicine, mental health, sports, philanthropy, journalism and more.

Master of the boardroom

Neil Chatfield

One of Australia’s most high-profile entrepreneurs, Neil Chatfield, shares his experiences in the world of mergers and acquisitions.

Frontlines of social justice

Student laughing during Shopfront activity

Shopfront is spearheading UTS student and alumni involvement in the not-for-profit sector.

The man behind the photo

Mervyn Bishop holding an old fashioned camera

Few photographers have created iconic, instantly recognisable images like Mervyn Bishop has.

For the love of learning

Jennifer and John Berryman with their horse

The Berrymans have a long history with UTS, but it was their work in bringing print literature to the blind that brought them together.

The cutting edge

Trifolium artistic installation

UTS alumnus Robert Beson’s Trifolium is like the Opera House designed to fit in your backyard.