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Semester 1 2009

NEA Graduates April 2009 - Economics, Business and Law

NEA Graduates April 2009 (from left to right): Daniel Climpson, Anna Dawson, Michelle Lim, Ellen White, Professor Alan Pettigrew (Vice-Chancellor of UNE), Kathryn Brooks, Rosemary Bullmore, Glenn Northway, Timothy Couch (Economics, Business and Law)

NEA Graduates April 2009 - Arts, Humanities & Socical Sciences

NEA Graduates April 2009: Brett Youngman and Diana Cowie (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) with Professor Alan Pettigrew (Vice-Chancellor of UNE)

NEA Graduate April 2009 - Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

NEA Graduate April 2009: Quassy Adjapawn (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) and family with Professor Alan Pettigrew (Vice-Chancellor of UNE)

NEA Graduates April 2009 - Education

NEA Graduates March 2009 (from left to right): Emily Hegney, Rebecca Platt, Professor Alan Pettigrew (Vice-Chancellor of UNE), Kara Edwards, Tamara Hatton (Education)

NEA Graduate April 2009 - Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

NEA Graduate April 2009: Alanna Verey (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences)

NEA Graduate April 2009 - Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

NEA Graduate April 2009: Pauline Hams (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) with Professor Alan Pettigrew (Vice-Chancellor of UNE)

Semester 2 2008

The Professions: Rohan Harrison, Alexis Henderson, Professor Alan Pettigrew and Craig Milton (11th October 2008).

The Professions: Rohan Harrison, Alexis Henderson, Professor Alan Pettigrew and Craig Milton (11th October 2008).

Semester 2 2007

Phil Schubert, Semester 2 2007

NEA Graduate October 2007: Phil Schubert (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and Economics, Business and Law ).

Semester 1 2007

Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

NEA Graduates March 2007: Jessica Atkinson, Mikhaela Gray and Louise Attard (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences ).

Economics, Business and Law

NEA Graduates March 2007 (from left to right): Alison Del Socorro, Giles Dickenson-Jones, Professor Alan Pettigrew (Vice-Chancellor of UNE), Toby Robinson, David Karam, Robert Bebb, James Horsburgh (Economics, Business and Law).

Stephen Manser, NEA Graduate October 2006.

 John Southwell, NEA Graduate October 2006.

"Penning the NEA journal to meet the requirements of the award allowed me to not only  reflect on the benefits of the activities that I had undertaken, but also on the wonderful times that I had over my four years as an internal student.  Sitting back and reflecting on four years of your life makes you realise how much you have grown.  It makes you realise that university is so much more than the piece of paper at the end.  The things you learn there can't be read in books or written about in assignments - they have to be experienced." John Southwell

Suzanne Goodear, NEA Graduate October 2006 with Prof. Pettigrew.

NEA Graduate Marty Branagan with Prof. Pettigrew at the October Graduation 2006.

NEA Graduate Andrew Langat with Prof. Pettigrew at the October Graduations Semester 2, 2006.

New England Award Graduates with the Vice-Chancellor and CEO Prof. Alan Pettigrew at the Graduation Ceremony on April 8th 2006.

"This is a great way to motivate yourself into participating in extra-curricular activities and also a great way to reward yourself for your extra achievements."

NEA Graduate Kim Wilson with Prof. Alan Pettigrew at April Graduation Ceremony 2006.

"The New England Award is not just the physical recognition of extra-curricular activities. It is a management tool, a university experience designer and more often than not an alternative way of finding new and exciting avenues to explore and new hobbies to pursue. My New England Award has taken me from as far as Vienna (Austria) to inside college itself in Armidale! It is truly a unique experience."

Christina Chiu - NEA Recipient for Semester 1, 2007

New England Award Graduates with the Vice Chancellor of UNE Prof. Alan Pettigrew at the April 2006 Graduations.

(Left to right: Emma Model, Sanjay Robert, Prof. Alan Pettigrew, Hannah Tulk, Kate Wilson)

"Upon beginning the NEA I realised that many aspects of my life needed improvement. The NEA provided me with the incentive to begin something of importance.  I have grown as a person as a result of undertaking the NEA and can now put all that I have learnt in theory to practice now and into the future."

Sanjay Robert - NEA Graduate, March 2006.

New England Award Graduates with the Vice Chancellor of UNE Prof. Alan Pettigrew at the April 2006 Graduations.

(Left to right: Reanna Doust-Wolff, Sophie Angell, Prof. Alan Pettigrew, Karen Dowd, Jeremy Brigden)

"In summing up my full UNE experience, I would say that although most of the NEA activities may appear peripheral to the study program I was enrolled in, it is now apparent to me that my career pathways have been broadened, my global perspective has been enriched and my approach to social responsibilities has diversified. More importantly, I feel that my involvement in several of the NEA activities has and will continue to inform and empower my sense of self and others in my career life after university. My participation in and engagement with these activities has acted as a catalyst to my realisation of the value of the key attributes of a graduate - a UNE graduate."

A. Kiprono Langat - NEA recipient, October 2006.

New England Award Graduates with the Vice Chancellor of UNE Prof. Alan Pettigrew at the April 2006 Graduations.

(Left to right: Steven Power, Rebecca Bruce, Prof. Alan Pettigrew, Glen Uebergang)

"Working towards meeting the criteria for the NEA meant that I became involved in activities and commitees that I may otherwise have not. When I think back on my time at UNE, it is these experiences that I  really value."

Rebecca Bruce - NEA Graduate, March 2006

New England Award graduates Ashley Marsh and Jordan Braye.

"The New England Award has given me credit for many things that I was already doing and other things that I otherwise probably would not have done. While acknowledging individual pursuits, it also serves as encouragement for community participation. The award serves as proof to employers that there are many facets to being a student."

Ashley Marsh - NEA Graduate, October 2005

"The New England Award is an innovative and flexible scheme that encourages students to become involved in extra-curricular, community and work-related activities. It rewards those who attend university not just to get a piece of paper, but to develop as human beings:- socially, ethically, and holistically. I can highly recommend it."

Marty Branagan - NEA Recipient October 2006

New England Award Graduate Tania Willis with the previous Vice Chancellor of UNE Prof. Ingrid Moses at the April 2005 Graduations.