16 October, 2016

Alphabetically

The stories of our accomplished UQ alumni, listed alphabetically by story:

  1. Alma Mater by Apeksha Rao
  2. A Time of Tomfoolery by Stephen Papas
  3. College Life in the Sixties by Svyetlana Hadgraft (nee Yakimoff)
  4. ‘Commem’ Memories by Petra (Kip) Jones (nee Skoien)
  5. Early ‘90s memories by Andrew Claus
  6. The Eleanor Schonell Bridge by Jenna Birbeck
  7. The First Story by Penelope Wensley
  8. Fizzers Made Me Do It by Hannah Towers
  9. Fog by Michelle Dicinoski
  10. Free Education: Audiology to Art by Margaret Blaszczyk
  11. From Architecture to Emerging Disease Control by William Curnow
  12. From Country to Campus by Patricia Anderson
  13. A Great Foundation For My Professional Life by Elaine Unkles
  14. The Great Homeric Feast and the President’s At Home by Rhyl Hinwood
  15. Halcyon Days by Peter Varghese
  16. Hear I am, by Jessica Sharp
  17. I Go Back to July 2013 by Shastra Deo
  18. If Wishes Were Horses, Beggars Would Ride by Juliet O’Brien
  19. The Impossible Dream: Theory and Θεωρία at The University of Queensland by Joan Lambrides
  20. Kaleidoscope by Samantha McPherson
  21. Life As a Student in the Second half of the Forties by Joan Cribb
  22. Memorable Student Days at St Lucia, by K. Patrick Mahoney
  23. Memories of UQ Study, Friendship and Hockey (1934-36) by Marjorie Godfrey
  24. The Mission by Matt Huxley
  25. Monsoon Swoon, by Cieon Hilton
  26. My most powerful experience in Peru by Dominic McCrea
  27. My Role in the Early Years of the Metallurgy Department by June McNicol
  28. My Shangri-La by Christine Dauber
  29. Nescire autem quid antequam sis acciderit, id est semper esse puerum by Pamela Davenport
  30. Nostalgia Through the Pages of a Book by Caitlin Storer
  31. Not an Ordinary Day At the Office by Erin Pearl
  32. A Platinum Memory by Harry Thompson
  33. A Privileged Quest by Kerri Kapernick
  34. Recollections1961-64: The Tranquil Years by Ted Christie
  35. The Reluctant Millennial by Mark Howes
  36. Running on Time by Tom Dullemond
  37. Serendipity at Work by Vincent Hart
  38. Sixty Years Teaching with The University of Queensland by Sam Mellick
  39. Strategies When Driven to Distraction by Gabriel Perry
  40. The Structure of Feeling by Clare Murphy
  41. Summer Graduation by Camille Caroline
  42. A Turn in Life’s Direction by Maureen Hancock
  43. The University of Big Hearts by Arahat Sundar Tuladhar
  44. Unrequited by Taylor-Jayne Wilkshire
  45. Waking Up by Hayley Baxter
  46. We’re Always in Danger of “Leaving People Behind” by Fred d’Agostino
  47. You Two Are Still Here Then?” by Catherine Lawrence

Why not share your story or memoir? We’d love to hear from you.

And by author:

  1. Patricia Anderson
  2. Hayley Baxter
  3. Jenna Birbeck
  4. Margaret Blaszczyk
  5. Camille Caroline
  6. Ted Christie
  7. Andrew Claus
  8. Joan Cribb
  9. William Curnow
  10. Fred d’Agostino
  11. Pamela Davenport
  12. Shastra Deo
  13. Christine Dauber
  14. Michelle Dicinoski
  15. Tom Dullemond
  16. Marjorie Godfrey
  17. Svyetlana Hadgraft (nee Yakimoff)
  18. Maureen Hancock
  19. Vincent Hart
  20. Rhyl Hinwood
  21. Mark Howes
  22. Matt Huxley
  23. Petra (Kip) Jones (nee Skoien)
  24. Kerri Kapernick
  25. Joan Lambrides
  26. Catherine Lawrence
  27. K. Patrick Mahoney
  28. Sam Mellick
  29. Dominic McCrea
  30. June McNicol
  31. Samantha McPherson
  32. Clare Murphy
  33. Juliet O’Brien
  34. Stephen Papas
  35. Erin Pearl
  36. Gabriel Perry
  37. Apeksha Rao
  38. Jessica Sharp
  39. Caitlin Storer
  40. Cieon Hilton
  41. Harry Thompson
  42. Hannah Towers
  43. Arahat Sundar Tuladhar
  44. Elaine Unkles
  45. Peter Varghese
  46. Penelope Wensley
  47. Taylor-Jayne Wilkshire

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