This Tuckwell annual magazine looks back on the year that was for our current Scholars, profiling each of our cohorts and the enrichment program.
It will eventually also profile our Tuckwell alumni and be their way of staying engaged with the program as they continue on to new adventures and contribute to the Tuckwell vision of giving back to Australia, whether that be through time, talent or treasure.
The name of the magazine was taken from the Tuckwell handbell used in the 'ringing in' ceremony, the centrepiece of the annual Commencement Dinner. Commissioned by Graham and Louise Tuckwell, the Tuckwell Bell was cast by Britain's oldest manufacturing company, the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in London.
The crafting of this handbell from molten metal into sound signifies the transformative impact that the Tuckwell Scholarship program ay ANU will have on the lives of the Tuckwell Scholars.
If you would like a hardcopy version of the magazine, please contact us.