student achievement


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    South Island
    entrepreneur programme, student achievement
    Up close with yaks during Stefan Warnaar's travels through the mountains of Tajikistan. Photo credit: Stefan Warnaar via University of Canterbury
    Stefan Warnaar, a University of Canterbury engineering graduate has recently reached his crowdfunding target for a new company manufacturing yak-wool clothing.Stefan recently graduated from the University of Canterbury with a degree in chemical engineering, but with the help of the UC Centre for...
  • News
    Western Australia
    internship, student achievement
    Chris Norman. Photo credit: Curtin University
    A mechatronics student from Curtin University has recently returned to Perth after spending six months helping NASA to build disposable folding robots.Chris Norman, a fourth year student on the Bachelor of Engineering programme at Curtin University worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in...
  • News
    New South Wales
    student achievement
    Nudge by industrial design graduate Amy Leedham. Photo credit: UNSW
    Each year the Design Institute Australia runs the Australasian Graduate of the Year Awards (AGOTYA) – a programme of awards for emerging designers.  The AGOTYA’s cover both Australia and New Zealand and the winning designer is selected from across each state’s individual GOTYAs.There are six...
  • News
    engineering, student achievement, voluntary
    A final-year civil engineering student at RMIT University has designed a bridge that will help a remote community in Fiji.  Hamish Currie was nominated to re-design and rebuild the Waivaka pedestrian bridge, which collapsed during heavy flooding, over ten years ago.The project was able to take...
  • News
    student achievement
    Sally Atherton, proud winner of a national civil engineering award.  Photo credit: The Mercury
    Sally Atherton has become the first UTas student to win a national civil engineering prize that is named after a fellow Tasmanian civil engineer.  The Rod McGee Medal has been awarded to promising final-year students of civil engineering for the past eight years.Sally, who is 22, hopes that...

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