Professor Fiona Stanley AC — Lilian Alexander Fellow (2012)
Named Australian of the Year in 2003, and honoured as a ‘National Living Treasure’ by the National Trust in 2004, Professor Fiona Stanley is a vocal advocate for the needs of children and their families. She is the UNICEF Australia Ambassador for Early Childhood Development. She also continues her strong association with the University of Western Australia as a Vice Chancellor's Distinguished Professorial Fellow in the School of Paediatrics and Child Health. Born in Sydney in 1946, she moved to Perth with her family in 1956, and studied medicine at the University of Western Australia, graduating in 1970. She spent six years in the United Kingdom, at the Social Medicine Unit at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, and the United States researching these areas before returning to Perth to establish research programs at the University and within the health department. Professor Stanley is a member of the Prime Minister’s Science, Engineering and Innovation Council. She has served on the Federal Government’s Social Inclusion Board and the Western Australian State Government’s Indigenous Implementation Board. She is a member of the Board of the ABC, and Chair of the newly-formed Alcohol Advertising Review Board.
The Revd Jasmine Dow — Morna Sturrock Postgraduate Research Fellow (2013)
Jasmine Dow is an Anglican priest recently appointed as Chaplain to the Canterbury Fellowship which meets in the Trinity Chapel, and as part-time Associate Chaplain to the Residential College at Trinity. Jasmine has completed her masters degree in Theology through Charles Sturt University and has enrolled in a PhD at the MCD University of Divinity. The College intends to fund her for this position on a part-time basis. The Morna Sturrock Fellowship was established in 2008 by a group of supporters of women in ministry and leadership in the Anglican Church to foster women as theological scholars. The first Morna Sturrock Fellow was Dr Megan Warner, now a lecturer at the Trinity College Theological School.
The Revd Emily Fraser — Lady Rosa Turner Postgraduate Research Fellow (2013)
Emily Fraser is a recent Trinity resident, an MDiv graduate of Trinity College Theological School and MCD University of Divinity, who was ordained deacon in February 2013. She is part-time assistant curate at St John’s Camberwell and remains in residence at Trinity where she will be making a contribution to the life of the Chapel and Theological School. She will also be undertaking part-time PhD studies. Turner Fellowships are available for candidates who 'have been an enrolled student of Trinity College for at least two years while pursuing studies at either the University of Melbourne or the United Faculty of Theology'.
There are no previous Academic or Teaching Fellows.