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Professor Joseph Uyanga

[PhD Geography 1975]

Professor of Environmental Sciences, Dean of the School of Environmental Sciences and Head of Department, Federal University of Technology, Yula, Nigeria. I miss Flinders, one of the most wonderful universities on earth. I miss the great students and staff of the Geography Department, particularly the late Professor Murray McAskill. Very anxious to have contacts with those working in the areas of environmental management and planning.

Wayne Wallace

[BSc 1969, DipEd 1970]

I was one of the first undergraduates in 1966. Now three of my children have (or will be) graduating from Flinders. Proud to be associated with Flinders.

Priscilla Waxman

[BAppScDisSt 1997]

Moved to Central Queensland July 2003. Rehabilitation Consultant with CRS Australia. Great challenges - coordinating vocational rehabilitation programs for people with work injuries, disabilities and other health conditions. The reward of this job is being present when someone achieves a personal goal - just awesome!

Mr Rikki Wilde

[BA'95, BA'(Hons)'98]

I met so many wonderful people during my time at Flinders, I just wanted to say "Hi!" I am currently completing my Masters by Research thesis at The University of Adelaide and I would like to hear from any students who remember me. My email is rikki.wilde@adelaide.edu.au.

Beiha-Malen Yáñez [BSc Env Sc 2006]

After completing my degree at Flinders, I then did Honours in Environmental Biology at Adelaide University 2006. I met my partner Ian Williams (BSc Env Sc 2006) as we both did the same degree together. We are still in touch with many friends from Flinders and have great memories from that time. I’ve worked as a scientific officer for the Department for Environment and Heritage in SA then moved to north QLD and am currently working as an experimentalist with the Department of Primary Industries & Fisheries. I’m moving to Perth shortly to work as an environmental scientist with Outback Ecology, a consulting company for the mining industry. I gained so much from my degree and look forward to developing my career in environmental science. 

Seth Yavit

[Exchange Student in 1998]

After almost coming back to Adelaide, I graduated from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. In 2001, I moved to northern Chicago in Illinois and work as a social worker. I have graduated from Second City's Writing and Improv programs and will graduate Improv Olympic in January 2004. The writing class I am taking with Kim Clark is ongoing and continuous. I also belong to Big Monkey Productions.

Mrs Kathryn Young

[MEdMgmt'97]

I am currently on leave from DETE and am a principal of a National School in Jakarta, Indonesia. I work with seventy Indonesian staff and twelve expatriates. Most expats come from South Australia. I have been a Principal at Nangwarry Primary School Special Education Unit, Mt Burr Primary School and Millicent North. I am having an amazing professional experience in Jakarta.