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2011 Winners

USQ would like to congratulate and recognise the 2011 Alumnus of the Year winners.

Kathryn Campbell
Alumnus of the Year & Faculty of Business

Secretary, Department of Human Services

Masters of Business Administration (USQ)
Bachelor of Applied Science (Applied Mathematics) (Darling Downs Institute of Advanced Education 1988)

'I am absolutely delighted and honoured to be selected as the USQ Alumnus of the Year. I am very proud to be a graduate of the university and look forward to a continuing involvement in the years ahead.'

 

Dr Lackana Leelayouthayotin
International Alumnus of the Year

Executive Vice President and CEO Health Supplement Division Cerebos Pacific Limited, Singapore

Doctor of Business Administration

'USQ has helped in growing my business knowledge and solidify my credentials. It helps unlocking my personal potential and furthering my personal aspirations. This award is not only encouraging me to continue committing to and supporting community projects, but also inspiring me to direct my effort to contribute more to the society.'

 

Nelle Lee
Young Alumnus of the Year & Faculty of Arts

Company Director & Founder, Shake & Stir Theatre Company

Bachelor of Theatre Arts (Acting)

'Having someone believe in you in this industry can make all the difference. The reality is that USQ delivers hard working, talented actors and crew who are versatile and easy to work with.'

 

Alison Hancox
Faculty of Education Alumnus of the Year

Assistant Principal, Edmonton Public Schools

Master of Education Technology

'I am grateful and humbled to be selected as the Faculty’s winner given the calibre of my fellow students in the Master of Education Technology program. It is a great honour and a testament to the quality of teaching at USQ.'

 

Tristan Breust
Faculty of Engineering and Surveying Alumnus of the Year

Structural / Civil Engineer, GHD

Bachelor of Engineering - Civil

'I would like to use my engineering expertise to develop innovative solutions to reinstate basic services and infrastructure to war-torn countries or those that have experienced devastating natural disasters.'