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LTU Engineering Student Achievements

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Students receive huge opportunity
Congratulations to Mitchell Dahlenburg, Matthew Long, Gabrielle Wilson, James Fearn and Mitchell Jacobs who were recently awarded LTU scholarships for academic excellence. For the full story, see the article published in the Bendigo Advertiser on June 12th, 2013, p.18 (article scan linked to here)

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LTU civil engineering students shine in the EWB Challenge 2012
Congratulations to the four 1st-year civil engineering students - Shanshan Lin, Harry Warren, Ryan Dessens and Shashank Kashyap - who represented both La Trobe University and the state of Victoria in the Engineers Without Borders Challenge 2012. For more information, see the article 'La Trobe Engineers best in the state' on the LTU website (linked to here).



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