The Deputy Dean is typically in their final year of study or already holding a degree. They have the same function as a Resident Fellow and assist the Dean in administration and discipline matters.
Deputy Dean, Community
Born and raised in Redhead, Newcastle (coastal port about 2 hours north of Sydney), I’m currently in my sixth year of a combined law/international studies degree. I’ve travelled extensively around Europe and Africa and even spent a year on exchange in Amsterdam.
My role in particular is to assist and mentor the UNSW Hall House Committee in cultivating an identity for our College and to assist them in implementing a range of social, cultural and sporting activities that cater for the involvement of all students. I love to hear students commenting on how great events were or how excited they are for an event that’s upcoming. The extra-curricular activities on offer at the Hall are ace.
Living at the Hall, you’ll have the opportunity to create customs and traditions and contribute to a culture in cooperation with students that hail from different educational and socioeconomic backgrounds.
What inspires you?
I travelled to Tanzania with World Vision and was witness to people who worked to survive, yet never stopped smiling. Through their quest for betterment, I know that humans can do anything they set their minds to.
What sound or noise do you love?
What is something you’ve been really proud of lately?
I’ve been trying my hand at acting and I’ve recently been cast in a Shakespeare production called Measure for Measure.
What would your karaoke song be?
American Pie by Don McLean or Bust A Move by Young MC.
If you could meet anyone, living or dead, who would it be?