The University of Notre Dame Australia’s 2020 Vis moot team ranked 13th out of more than 200 teams at this year’s Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot competition.
University of Notre Dame Australia Postgraduate Medical student Monica Zheng is well aware of the importance of emotional intelligence in healthcare. Having gained experience in the clinical setting, she knows that being able to empathise with patients is the first step towards effective treatment.
For Dr Melissa Thomas, the satisfaction of overcoming a challenge is what makes an achievement all the more worthwhile and special. Melissa earned the title of ‘Doctor’ after completing her PhD at The University of Notre Dame’s Sydney Campus in 2018 and has since gone on to become a Senior Scientist at Genetic Signatures, a specialist molecular diagnostics company that recently developed a test for diagnosing COVID-19.
Physiotherapy student Gunjan Bajaj wholeheartedly believes that she is lucky to be at The University of Notre Dame. Despite years of obstacles, she retains an outlook of gracious modesty when she tells her story of coming to Australia and finding a home amongst the buildings and people that make up the Fremantle Campus.
Alumna Tracey Papa graduated from the University of Notre Dame Australia in 2008 with a Bachelor of Nursing. She was part of the first cohort to study on the Sydney Campus and would have never guessed then that she would end up working as part of a Public Health Unit during a global pandemic.