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The optometry profession and its achievements over the past year were celebrated at Optometry’s Night of Nights in Brisbane on Saturday (9 November), as guests enjoyed canapés, drinks, dancing and entertainment at Victoria Park Golf Club, Herston, organised by Queensland and Northern Territory Division.

The theme, VISIONaries past, present and future, was reflected in the presentation of awards, recognition of Queensland University of Technology optometry graduates, and five, 10 and 20 year reunions of former QUT graduates.

2003 Reunion

QUT 2003 graduation class (L-R) Khanh-Tien Truong, Penny Stancombe,
division president David Foresto, Roger Martin and Kate Johnson

Division president David Foresto presented commemorative medallions to former QUT students attending reunions.

Mr Foresto presented certificates to 38 of QUT’s new 52 graduates who attended. They are the first students to graduate with a Bachelor of Vision Sciences and Master of Optometry at QUT after five years of study.

A full report will be published in the December issue of Australian Optometry.

2008 Reunion

QUT 2008 graduation class (L-R) Roslyn Vincent, Rachel Abraham, Kate Melville,
division president David Foresto, Kady Mitchell and Jocelyn Wills

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Acknowledgement of Country

In the spirit of reconciliation Optometry Australia acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.