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UoN first cohort graduation

Discussion in 'Australia' started by EMadden, Feb 28, 2010.

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  1. EMadden

    EMadden Member


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    I wanted to congratulate the first graduating year of podiatrists from the University of Newcastle on successfully completing their degrees.

    Congratulations should also go to Dr Vivienne Chuter and the staff at the University, for their hard work in successfully producing a new generation of podiatrists. I look forward to working with these new graduates and wish them all the best with their careers. :drinks
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    I would also like to wish UWS all the best with their new Bachelor/Masters programme. I hope both the UoN and UWS programmes usher in a new era for podiatry in NSW which sees podiatry develop and progress as a profession.
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  2. kc

    kc Member

    CONGRATULATIONS INDEED- always exciting to be the first grads from a new course.
    It is now 30 years since i was one of the first chiropody students to graduate from Lincoln Institute in Melbourne- 20 of us began in 1978 and 14 finished in 1980. We are having a little reunion at this months state conference- still friends after all this time.Less hair and more weight ! How does that work? Hope the UoN grads have many happy years in the profession too.
     
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