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Smokey Tours Australia

Marie White has worked in UT’s Development Office for the past 15 years and currently works in the Office of Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs.

She sent this photo of herself taken in Melbourne, Australia, in February 2009.

“I spent three weeks visiting my pen pal of 52 years who lives in Vermont South, Victoria—a suburb of Melbourne,” she wrote.

They visited the University of Melbourne campus.

“Even though there are many newer buildings on the campus of the University of Melbourne, there are still many older buildings as is evident by the administration building that is shown behind me in photo,” she wrote. “The ‘uni,’ as the Australians call their universities, is very large and has a lovely campus. While on the campus there, I visited with Dr. Ross Coller, general manager of development. He had just recently spent a week at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. He told me the UM enrollment is comparable to UT’s Knoxville campus.

“I also toured Tasmania—Hobart is an absolutely beautiful city—and many other areas in Victoria,” she wrote. “I thoroughly enjoyed the day spent at Phillip Island where I watched the Penguin Parade in the evening. Penguins are amazing to watch.”

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