31 May 2017
Dr Kerri Eagle is a Forensic Psychiatrist who has dual qualifications in medicine and law. Before becoming a psychiatrist, she practised as a lawyer in civil litigation for six years.
May 24 2017
Professor Andrew Martin ( BA (Hons), MEd (Hons), PhD), is a Scientia Professor, Professor of Educational Psychology, and Co-Chair of the Educational Psychology Research Group in the School of Education at the UNSW. He is a Registered Psychologist (Psychology Board of Australia) who specialises in motivation, engagement, achievement, and quantitative research methods.
Wednesday May 17 2017
Julie Inman Grant is the Children’s eSafety Commissioner – her office works to help young people have safe and positive experiences online, and teach children to act responsibly online.
May 10 2017
Francois Kunc has been a Supreme Court Judge since March 2013, following 27 years of practising law - 21 years as a barrister and six years as a Senior Counsel. He had a wide-ranging commercial and equity practice at the NSW Bar, including acting for the Commonwealth government and major public companies.
Wednesday May 3 2017
Daniel Assaf leads the Multicultural Marketing Practice at Global Connexions (GCX), a consultancy that transforms organisation business models to embrace cultural diversity in the context of building relationships and markets.
26th of April 2017
Jim Dominguez co-founded the Stock Exchange Member firm Dominguez & Barry in 1976 (later to become Dominguez Barry Samuel Montagu, then SBC Dominguez Barry and now UBS Australia) - a juggernaut in the Australian investment banking market.
April 13 2017
The ceremonies of the Easter Triduum will be celebrated in the college chapel.
5th of April 2017
This week’s Wednesday night guest is none other than a former Wallaby. These days however, Nigel Kassulke is Director at Cannings, one of the leading financial, regulatory, and political communications agencies in the Asia Pacific.
22nd March 2017
Jim Macnamara has been a Professor of Public Communication at UTS since 2007. While there, he has conducted research projects for well-known groups such as the Australian Electoral Commission; the Victorian Government; the Cancer Institute NSW and more.
Wednesday March 15 2017
Dr Martin Seneviratne is the kind of guy that will put other 27 year-olds to shame. Currently a junior doctor at Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred hospital, he did medicine after a BSc in physics at the University of Sydney and UCLA – from which he graduated with the university medal.