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As a La Trobe alumnus you’re part of a global network of more than 200,000 graduates!

From attending events to joining a chapter, organising a reunion or volunteering your time as a mentor - there are many ways for you to get involved, no matter where in the world you’re based.

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The nonagenarian activist who’s passionate about peace, parenting and the planet

Distinguished alumna Bobbie Holmes (Bachelor of Arts, 1985) has worked tirelessly to support a range of causes. She shares her experiences of motherhood, mature age study and mobilising to create change.

Media Statement: Roadmap to reopening

La Trobe University’s roadmap to reopening its campuses

How are COVID-19 vaccines approved and commercialised?

La Trobe biochemistry alumna Dr Rosalie Cull is working with Moderna to bring their COVID-19 mRNA vaccine to Australia. She explains what’s involved in getting the latest vaccines to market.

‘Breaking new ground’: joint bequest funds scholarships for Indigenous education students

Sha and Terry’s bequest affirms their lifelong commitment to equal opportunity and community activism. This is how their story started in 1969, when La Trobe was young and civil rights were in the air.

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