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Acknowledgement to our contributors
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We would finally like to acknowledge the support and efforts of Mr Mel Chavez and the UNSW Sydney Portfolio of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education) for their extensive support. We also acknowledge efforts of Mr Brian Landrigan and Mr Carlos Dominguez for the extensive audiovisual and video production technical support.
We also would like to acknowledge the efforts and expertise of Professor Raina MacIntyre, Associate Professor David Heslop, Dr David Muscatello, Dr Mahfuz Ashraf and your mentors Xin (Jessie) Chen and Chau Bui.
We would also like to thank Ms Vinita Chanan for her generous support during the development of the Pandemic short film series, and to Paper Moose productions.
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