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[BNg (post reg) 1997]
Anne Munday now known as Anne Martin continues to work as Lecturer in Nursing Pathways at Onkaparinga Institute of TAFE at Mt Barker. I enjoy boating, gardening and have recently joined the MG Car Club of SA with my husband Rob. "Red" cars do go faster!!
After being Treasurer of the Flinders University Language and Literature Society in 1969, I became a MARC records editor at Blackwell North America, an English and Film Studies teacher, quasi-librarian, file clerk, political pollster, telemarketer, hotel cleaner, house cleaner, fiction writer and librettist. I am now co-founder and operations manager of the multilingual print and webzine Gobshite Quarterly. I live in Portland, Oregon.
I am a researcher at the Liv Och Fred Institutet in Uppsala, Sweden. Choosing a university is not an easy choice, but when I decided to enrol at Flinders I made the right choice. Flinders University is a university to be proud of and Adelaide is a beautiful place to live.
On completion of my Diploma of Teaching, I worked as a kindergarten and craft teacher at the Mount Barker Waldorf School, while I completed my Bachelor of Education. I then went to Tasmania and co-founded another Waldorf school, Tarremah.
After a few years, I went to work at an International School in Jakarta for a year, then at a bilingual school, Sarasas, in Thailand for eighteen months, followed by two school terms in England.
Back in Australia, I spent two years as the senior teacher at the Islamic College of SA, and I am now working at LM Training Specialists, an English language school for migrants, while I work towards a MEd in TESOL at Deakin.
Since graduating with my MPHC, I have had a number of extremely fascinating professional opportunities presented to me. In East Timor, Kazakhstan, central China, North Sumatra, Vietnam, amongst others. Currently I am working in public health in Afghanistan in a position that is contributing to molding the policy and straegies of government in service range and delivery. It is a truly unique experience, security issues aside, with the MPHC forming the basis of my understanding of and contributions on holistic public health issues.
I particpated in a group discussion on the theme "Leadership and Cross-Cutting Themes of Accountability and Gender in NGOs in Reproductive Health in Africa" at the second conference on NGO partnerships for Reproductive Health in Africa organised by the Centre for African Family Studies (CAFS) in Nairobi, Kenya. I am Namibian who pursued my Masters's Studies at Flinders under an AusAID Scholarship.
[BA DipSocSc 1986]
I was one of the few Malaysian students to enter this wonderful university in 1983. I spent four wonderful years at Flinders, although I had to work very hard, especially for my postgraduate work. I still dream of Flinders, especially the lovely location of the University Hall where all my friends were, and the best scenery one can find, from the Registry to the far horizon! I know somethings have changed, hopefully for the better. I hope to visit Flinders again, some time soon, especially during the winter months.
Kay became Director of Nursing at Grafton Base Hospital in 1998 and had been Deputy Director of Nursing prior to this. I did my nursing training at Grafton Base Hospital and then studied the Diploma in Nursing Education at the NSW College of Nursing in 1971 and was Head of School for seventeen years. I retired in April 2002.
[BA (Hons) 2003]
I am a success story following successful completion of the Foundation Course in 1993. I was accepted into the BA program in 1994 and then went to another university to do a BEd, coming back to Flinders to complete Honours. As a mature age student, prospects of work were challenging, however, DECS placed me, at Glossop High School in the Riverland. I am now paid for doing what I love - making a difference teaching Drama and English.
I worked at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the Speech Pathology Department from January 2002 to January 2003 and commenced a post graduate medical degree at the University of Sydney in February 2003 after moving to Sydney.
Retired from social welfare. Returned to Australia in August 2003 after seven years in Europe, 3 years working in social welfare in Glasgow and London, and four years living in Brittany, France.
[MA SocSc 1990 GDipSocSc 1989 MSocWk 2009]
In July 2012, I was appointed Director of Multicultural South Australia in
the Dept of Communities and Social Inclusion. My role is to promote
diversity; and social, cultural and economic inclusion in South Australia,
so that our communities and visitors have every opportunity to live in, and
contribute to a cohesive and stable society.
I have been Assistant Director with a focus on primary health programs in the Commonwealth Dept of Health and Ageing. I have also been Director of Settlement Services for Humanitarian Entrants in the Attorney-General's Department, where I worked closely with State and Commonwealth Governments, service providers and refugee communities, to achieve a coordinated and integrated system of settlement services.
I am school teacher at Sacred Heart College Senior at Somerton Park. I will spend 2005 working in Koln, Germany in the office preparing for the World's biggest youth event - World Youth Day - to be held in August 2005 in Koln.