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Do you ever wonder how Australian alumni have gone on to achieve success after studying in Australia? Now you have the chance to find out as our alumni share unique stories about their experiences, knowledge and networks gained while in Australia that have helped them most in their journeys and key intersections of opportunity and alumni connections that have propelled them to where they are today. We have some talented alumni guest hosts lining up for exclusive interviews with our guests. L ...
 
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We all know that sustainable aquaculture development and effective fisheries management are critical to maintain nation’s food security and economy but what are the key factors to achieve sustainable aquaculture and fisheries in Indonesia? In this ninth episode, OzAlum Dr Hendra Yusran Siry, Secretary of the Directorate General of Marine Spatial Ma…
 
Is the pandemic over, or will there be another wave? Now that vaccination access is increasing, infection rates are dropping and provinces are opening up, there are new things to think about: adjusting back to post-pandemic routines (and ditching our pyjamas), getting back into work in real life, commuting and driving our kids to school. To some of…
 
Learn what attracts the young generation change the farming industry with their entrepreneurial spirit, and passion amid growing concerns over the future of food security. In this seventh episode, we talk with OzAlum Ignatius Agung Pratama, an experienced horticultural specialist, and Taufik, an entrepreneur who had an opportunity to work in a wine…
 
Retno Dewati and Rorian Pratyaksa, a successful global investment specialist and experienced start-up leader, have successfully built their career and business from scratch at a very young age. As honourees of Forbes 30 under 30, they credit to the role of past failures in their entrepreneurial journey. Retno says that being adaptive and agile in b…
 
In celebration of NAIDOC week, our two OzAlum guests, Dr Lily Yulianti Farid, a published author and activist, and Butet Manurung, an educator specialising in Indonesia’s Indigenous people and environmental activist, talk about a deeper meaning of sustainability from Indigenous wisdom. While Dr Lily’s research project unveils the first connection b…
 
In this fourth episode, OzAlum Muhammad Fathahillah Zuhri and PhD candidate Faruq Ibnul Haqi share with guest host alumna Desy Bachir about how student associations and alumni networks matter more than you think. An opportunity for students and alumni to better their professional and personal growth, Fathah manages to co-found a startup, Stepnesia,…
 
OzAlum Desidera Murti and Gilang Fauzi show grit and resilience are critical in facing the global pandemic for their sustainable tourism start-up Travelxism. Amidst the blow to tourism industry, the power couple launched virtual tour to provide alternative travelling for people who have to stay at home. Apart from its creative travel innovations, T…
 
From normalising women issue talks to Australia’s political satire scene, internationally acclaimed comedian Sakdiyah Ma’ruf talks with guest host alumna Desy Bachir about gender equality, comedy and her parenting style in life. How has she kept progressing and maintaining personal growth during the pandemic? Give it a listen to the second episode …
 
In this episode of #OzAlum Pilot Podcast, we shine the spotlight on Dr Adrianus Hendrawan, a PhD graduate in Economics from the Australian National University, Canberra. Our guest host alumna, Desy Bachir, asks Adrianus about some key factors that he thinks play a crucial role in shaping him as a PhD graduate, an expert in Public Finance Management…
 
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