RMIT 2002 - 2018

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What greeted the guests to the Saigon South campus opening (2005).
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Just to prove that I did do it.
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The Hawaii team, and guests, at the Cultural Festival, June 2005.
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The RMIT team that participated in the Terry Fox Run 2003.
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A group of great students who worked really hard to establish RMIT Vietnam's first Student Council in 2011/2012. Very proud of them.
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Inside the Learning Resource Center. Actually this was a posed shot for a newspaper. It made the front page!

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Strategy discussions at the Metro Bar, Phnom Penh.
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I learnt a lot from this group about how to keep students motivated and focussed on the task at hand (2003).
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The 2005 Graduation - graduates and vips in front of the Ho Chi Minh City Opera House.

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Not being one for pomp and ceremony, RMIT's first formal graduation was an interesting challenge to organise and participate in.

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Graduation 2005 - inside the Opera House.

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Graduation 2008 in Hanoi.

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Briefing the students and ushers before the event. Everything went quite smoothly, so someone must have been listening.
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Graduation 2008 in Saigon at the Hoa Binh Theatre.

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My turn.

Preparations, Hanoi Opera House 2014.

2006 Graduation. Had the Australian Prime Minister as keynote speaker which added a few new factors to consider.

What would we do without mobile devices?
Preparations for 2012 in the REC
Graduation in Hanoi in 2008 was at the Temple of Literature.

Three students from one of the first classes I taught graduating from their University Preparation Program.

Some future business leaders in this group.
The last UPP group I taught before beginning my new role. This award ceremony in Dec 04 made me miss teaching.

Some of the design features of the Saigon South campus building are controversial, but it certainly can look impressive. July 2005.

The new RMIT Vietnam campus building as of early August 2004.

The new RMIT Vietnam campus building as of mid November 2004.

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