On Saturday, 10 February 2018, the Rt Revd Goldsworthy (TC 1981) was installed as the 8th Archbishop of Perth. <br />
There's always something happening at Trinity College.
Congratulations to the following three alumni who were recognised for their service to medicine and the law with Australia Day Honours in 2018.
Dr Scott Kirkland has been appointed as inaugural Postdoctoral Fellow for the Trinity College Theological School commencing in February 2018.<br />
<strong>Sabina Read née</strong> <strong>Bradfield (TC 1989) is a psychologist, media commentator, speaker and facilitator who works with individuals, couples, families, and organisations on issues ranging from well-being and change to relationships and mental health. Sabina also met her husband Charles Read (TC 1987 and current finance committee member) on the top of Behan balcony and the couple were later married in the Trinity Chapel! Read on to find out more about Sabina’s Trinity journey, and her advice on being vulnerable and listening to maintain positive and healthy relationships.</strong><br />
Dr Don Markwell has been appointed the 11th Warden of St Paul's College, the University of Sydney. Dr Markwell was the 6th Warden of Trinity, serving from 1997 to 2007.
‘Bloodhound’ is rarely employed as a term of endearment, but when the late Peter Gebhardt (TC 1955) used it to depict Kay Attali, he meant it as such. This reputation evolved from Kay’s ability to set her sights on a goal, and to pursue the goal until a successful outcome was achieved.
Dr Robyn Whitaker, Bromby Lecturer in Biblical Studies, has been recognised with one of her articles included in the 50 standout articles for The Conversation in 2017.
Bryan Tan (TCFS 2003 and TC 2004) has been both a Foundation Studies and a Residential College student, he’s served in the Singaporean military and in January 2018, he will become a partner in law firm, Nair & Co LLC. We caught up with Bryan to talk about his career journey thus far and gather useful tips and insights for those just starting out their career.
Eugenie Buckley (TC 1996) is a trailblazer in the sports law industry, and is one of the chief architects behind the establishment of the Indo-Pacific Rugby Championship (IPRC).
Danny Fahey is a much-loved figure at Trinity College with a quirky sense of humour and unique ability to engage with students, alumni and staff from across the College. We caught up with Danny to get his perspective on what drama at Trinity teaches you and his advice for students and alumni.
Irene Chandra (TCFS 2012), originally from Indonesia is currently in her final semester of a Master of Engineering (Chemical) degree at the University of Melbourne. Irene is a mathematics tutor in the Bachelor of Science Extended and a former tutor at Edith Head Hall.
Professor Tim Lindsey (TC 1981), recently recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for his contribution to international relations, remembers his Trinity years as a time to develop talents, pursue creative interests and make lifelong friends and colleagues.
Tim Lindsey (TC 1981) was an unenthusiastic student of Indonesian at high school. Now one of Australia’s foremost experts in Indonesian law, his expertise is sought by government, business and the courts; and he was welcomed into the Order of Australia as an Officer in the recent Queen’s Birthday Honours. Here, he shares the story of how he became hooked on Indonesia.