3 March – Opening of the Ivan Head Building and Graduate House

3 March – Opening of the Ivan Head Building and Graduate House

4 weeks ago
Sunday 3 March 2019 at 4.15pm for 4.30 Join us for the opening of the Ivan Head Building and Graduate House on Sunday, 3 March 2019 at 4.15pm for 4.30pm. Event details will be posted here in due course. RSVP at www.stpauls.edu.au/opening.
Louise Hambridge

Louise Hambridge appointed Business Manager at St Paul’s

1 month ago

St Paul’s College is delighted to announce that Mrs Louise Hambridge has been appointed as the College’s Business Manager from February 2019. Louise Hambridge will join the College after 15 years’ experience at Danebank School, where she has served since 2006 as Director of Finance and Enrolments. Danebank is an Anglican school for girls in Sydney. The Business Manager of St Paul’s College will have responsibility across the full breadth of the business of the College, including finance and investments, human resources management, administration, facilities (including, of course, the College’s new buildings) and operations, external “events and stays”, legal matters and regulatory compliance. Mrs Hambridge’s leadership as Director of Finance and Enrolments at Danebank, which is a senior executive role at the School, has included management of all operational activities and staff. She has whole-of-school responsibility for strategic planning, budgeting and financial reporting, marketing strategy, governance, and risk management. The

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great year st paul's college

A great year for the students of St Paul’s College

1 month ago
The College is quiet as exams are underway, and students and staff look back very positively on a rewarding and successful semester at St Paul’s, in which, following a busy and exciting first semester… we welcomed many new members of the College, including several Study Abroad students from the US and UK, as the new Ivan Head Building for undergraduates was fully occupied for the first time (and its new gym came quickly into constant use) following strong academic results in first semester, academic support for our students has included the College’s tutorial programme, with over 55 tutorials a week, led by the Senior Tutor, Mr Philip Barr the academic and intellectual life of the College has been further enriched through faculty dinners featuring guests speakers historian Professor Dirk Moses (Arts), heart transplant surgeon Dr Emily Granger (Medicine & Science), constitutional expert Professor Anne Twomey (Law), banker Mr David Gribble

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Carrol Evans

Experienced educator Carrol Evans appointed Registrar

1 month ago

St Paul’s College is delighted to announce that an experienced educator and educational administrator, Ms Carrol Evans, has been appointed as Registrar of the College, beginning in January 2019. Ms Evans joins the College following a long and successful career in secondary education, principally at SCEGGS Darlinghurst, including for fifteen years as Registrar there. The College Registrar is a senior member of the administrative team of the College, being responsible for the admission of students and administration of the College’s scholarship and bursary programmes, amongst other aspects of support for students and the College’s academic programme. The College Registrar is often the first point of contact for students applying to the College, and works closely with the Senior Tutor and the Dean of Graduate House. Ms Evans’ leadership in education administration has most recently included serving as Director of Administration and Operations at SCEGGS with oversight of the day to

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St Paul’s College Bill passed by State Parliament

2 months ago

Today the Saint Paul’s College Bill 2018 – to modernise the governance of the College – passed the Legislative Assembly of the NSW Parliament, after passing the Legislative Council last night. The Bill reflects the principles that the College Council developed in close consultation with the St Paul’s College community over the last twelve months (for details, click here and here). The governance reform for the College was supported by the College Council, the committee of the St Paul’s College Union, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney (Dr Michael Spence AC), the Archbishop of Sydney (The Most Revd Dr Glenn Davies), and the project team lead by Elizabeth Broderick AO who reviewed the culture of the College. The Bill was passed with the support of the Coalition Government, the Labor Opposition, and the Greens, and with no votes against or amendments in either House of Parliament. The Bill’s passage

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Graduate House coming alive

2 months ago

Graduate House is coming alive, with the arrival of the inaugural Dean, construction of the Graduate House building having been completed, artworks being installed, and work underway on recruiting graduate students and resident academics to create a world-class graduate community for women and men from the start of 2019. The inaugural Dean of Graduate House, Dr Antone Martinho-Truswell, and Mrs Emma Martinho-Truswell have arrived from Oxford, where Dr Martinho-Truswell is a Fellow of Magdalen College and teaches in the Department of Zoology, and have taken up residence in the Dean’s apartment in Graduate House. They are pictured above on the rooftop terrace at Graduate House. We are delighted to welcome Antone and Emma to St Paul’s College! The Dean is busy meeting with prospective students and resident academics at Graduate House, and Emma Martinho-Truswell is undertaking part-time pro bono work for the College through project managing the College’s implementation of

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New Students’ Club Committee elected

2 months ago
Many congratulations to the members of the 2019 Students’ Club Committee, elected last night at the Students’ Club Annual General Meeting: Senior Student: Mr Max Glanville Honorary Secretary: Mr Henry Higgins Honorary Treasurer: Mr Will Simpson General Committee: Mr Tom Osborne Mr Will Lawrance Mr Harry Croker Mr Chris Thompsett The principal role of student leaders is to foster and champion a culture of inclusion, respect and safety where all students, irrespective of background, are included and have the opportunity to thrive. Leadership in this will be a central focus for the 2019 Committee, as it has been for the 2018 Committee. The AGM last night congratulated the members of the newly-elected 2019 Committee, and also thanked and congratulated other members of the College who had been nominated for positions, and the 2018 Students’ Club Committee, led by Barney Archibald, who will hand over responsibility at the end of the

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St Paul’s College determined to be leaders against sexism as it implements changes for the future

4 months ago
[Update at 9.12am, 14 September 2018] The University of Sydney has released a statement welcoming the College’s commitment to the recommendations outlined in the review. Their statement is here. STATEMENT FROM ST PAUL'S COLLEGE St Paul’s College today announced that it accepts in full and has commenced implementing all recommendations from the Broderick Report into the culture of the College, and is determined to be a leader in fighting sexism, sexual harassment, and sexual assault. The Broderick Report is today released alongside the College’s Action Plan to implement all of its recommendations. The College has entered a new era in 2018, and implementation of the Broderick Report’s recommendations is the next stage of this new era. The Report and Action Plan are available on the College website. We are utterly determined to be leaders in preventing and responding strongly to sexism, sexual harassment, and sexual assault. We are equally determined to

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The Women's College Senior Student, Lucy McDonald, with our Senior Student, Barney Archibald

The Women’s College and St Paul’s College: Enhancing Opportunities for Cooperation

4 months ago

St Paul’s College and The Women’s College within the University of Sydney are working closely on increased practical cooperation between the colleges to further improve the all-round educational experience of students in both colleges. For over 125 years, the two colleges have been partners in collegiate education for all their students. This partnership is evident in many ways, including in academic, co-curricular, and social interaction and cooperation between the colleges, their students and staff. For example, some students of each college informally share tutorials, perform in each other’s dramatic and choral performances, take part together in community service initiatives, and share various social activities. We are convinced that the experience of our students will benefit from further practical cooperation. Amongst other things, this will take advantage of the new world-class facilities in both colleges – especially The Sibyl Centre at The Women’s College, and the Ivan Head and Graduate House

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Students at City2Surf

An exciting start to Semester 2 at St Paul’s

4 months ago
It has been an exciting start to Semester 2 at St Paul’s - with the College growing, we welcomed 26 new students – including 10 Study Abroad students from the US and UK the new world-class Ivan Head Building has been fully occupied for the first time – a historic development for the College and an exciting one for all students lucky enough to be its inaugural residents after strong academic results in first semester, our tutorial program is again in full swing we have hosted the Arts Faculty Dinner with Professor Dirk Moses speaking on the state of the humanities, the Law Faculty Dinner with Professor Anne Twomey speaking on section 44 of the Constitution, and the Medicine and Science Faculty Dinner with Dr Emily Granger speaking on the history of heart transplantation after our win in Rawson Rugby near the end of last semester, we began this semester

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