Our exceptional alumni are leading the way in research and industry across the globe.
Perhaps leaders are made, not born but what if a born leader never gets the opportunity to learn and succeed? Thanh Van Dang’s inspiring journey from market-seller to entrepreneur shows what can happen when young women are empowered to lead.
It is fair to say that Biomedical Engineer and Medical Doctor, Dr Rachel Thomas is a great role model for young women – something she is also passionate about being.
Aaron Ramsden’s decision to down tools and pursue his ambition of becoming an electrical engineer has sparked a successful career in renewable energy networks.
University of Sydney alumna, Nasim Annabi has led a successful collaboration between biomedical engineers in Sydney and the United States to produce MeTro: a potentially life-saving surgical glue.
A passion for computing and mathematics at an early age were the motivators behind alumna Serena Potts’ pursuit of a career as a software engineer.
Lifelong connections and the importance of an open mind were Steve Muscat's key takeaways when looking back on his time at university.
From prototype to tech startup, mechatronics engineering alumnus, Ian Conway Lamb is pushing the limits of hybrid Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).