Wednesday 4 October, 2017
The 2017 Warrane Lecture was delivered by Michael L’Estrange AO, the Deputy Chancellor of the University of Notre Dame Australia, who has extensive experience in public policy, foreign affairs and international trade – including having been the Professor of National Security at the Australian National University from 2009 to 2016.
Wednesday 20 September, 2017
Peter Severin, Commissioner of Corrective Services NSW was the formal dinner guest at Warrane College on 20 September 2017. The Commissioner offered an insight into his career as well as the prison system.
Wednesday 13 September, 2017
With the Warrane Ball approaching, the formal dinner guest on Wednesday 13 September 2017 had a different sort of topic to discuss: how to be a good date.
Wednesday 23 August, 2017
Ross Maddock is Chairman of the Australia-Taiwan Business Council. His career has included service in military, defence, intelligence and diplomatic roles at Saigon, Canberra, London, Hong Kong, Peking and Taipei. He spoke with residents on 23 August 2017 about observations from his line of work, as well as tips for a successful life.
Wednesday 16 August, 2017
Sophie York, a spokeswoman for the Marriage Alliance, spoke with residents on the case for traditional marriage. The formal dinner took place on 16 August 2017.
Wednesday 9 August, 2017
Dr Craig Duncan, internationally recognised in the area of performance science and human performance, has worked with big-name teams such as the Socceroos, Matildas, Sydney FC, Western Sydney Wanderers and NSW's State of Origin team. He came to talk to residents about maximising performance both in sports and in life on 9 August 2017.
Wednesday 2 August, 2017
Professor Les Field AM, UNSW's Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor, spoke with residents about his career path and the buzz of working in the university environment. The formal dinner took place on 2 August 2017.
Wednesday 26 July, 2017
“I actually want to have a life that has purpose; that has meaning; that has excellence. And I encourage you boys to aspire for greatness.” An Evening with Kevin Bailey.
Monday 24 July, 2017
His ideas are big, but the delivery is soft-spoken and unassuming. Talking to old Warrane boy Gurinder Nagra, a real humility is evident – a humility that perhaps you wouldn’t expect from a 23-year old who’s done Oxford Summer School, volunteered in Zimbabwe, and is about to set off across the seas for a funded PhD at Stanford University.
Wednesday 28 June, 2017
If you’re wondering what the future of medicine looks like, the right person to ask would be Dr Martin Seneviratne. He may be only 27 years old, but his work and study over the years have made him quite the expert on this question! On Wednesday 15 March 2017, he spoke to the boys at Warrane about the medicine industry and the world of medical software.