Administrators and leaders charged their colleagues and those in their classes to learn, live and love during a ceremony opening the academic year at Avondale.
Avondale Libraries has used the launch of a supporters group to name as its first honorary patron an academic whose writing is prolific and readable.
A Fijian medical doctor who received a scholarship from Avondale credits his wife for encouraging him to treat the causes not symptoms of chronic disease.
The launch yesterday of a book about emotional wellbeing is part of an Avondale academic’s “audacious” plan to lift the life of 10 million people.
Dr Darren Morton is a lifestyle medicine pioneer. He is not only an established communicator but also a recognised researcher in this emerging field, appointed as Lead Researcher in the Lifestyle Research Centre at Avondale and as a founding fellow of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine. Morton reflects on his work and on his new book, Live More Happy.
Research featured prominently during Avondale’s graduation ceremony as the college of higher education enters the final stage of its application for university college status.