Renowned physiotherapist Dr Stanley Paris was on campus
Daniel Sela, Ashleigh Taylor, Kristina Saul, Dr Stanley Paris, Nicole Farrell (master's scholarship awarded last year, to be taken up in 2023), Gerard Farrell
Renowned physiotherapist Dr Stanley Paris was on campus on Tuesday for a special awards presentation of the Stanley Paris Musculoskeletal and Manual Therapy Fund awards. Dr Paris graduated from the Otago School of Physiotherapy in 1958 and is an international pioneer in manual and manipulative physiotherapy and a noted philanthropist. Renowned physiotherapist on campus for awards presentation, Latest news, Alumni & Friends, University of Otago, New Zealand
2022 finished with a number of in-person alumni events where the Otago spirit was proudly displayed, and stories were shared, and future connections planned. Events were held in New York, San Francisco, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Perth.
Medical Class reunion
Catching up after 20 years, 40 members of the Medical School Class of 2002 descended on the Dunedin campus in November. In their first reunion back where their medical journeys began, the group spent the weekend rediscovering their student days, with presentations in the Barnett Lecture Theatre, lunch in the Hunter Centre and a tour of the Anatomy Museum.
Court of Benefactors
The Chancellor Stephen Higgs and Vice-Chancellor Professor David Murdoch were delighted to host members of the Court of Benefactors at its annual reception at the Staff Club in October. The Court was established in 2006, with the aim of ensuring major donors are kept informed of developments at the University.