Andrew was born in Scotland and attended school in England and Western Australia. He is in his second year of a Bachelor of Science, double majoring in ocean and atmosphere science and applied mathematics.
After his bachelor, he hopes to do an honours year in climate science at the University of Melbourne then move abroad to complete a PhD in the field. Andrew has been committed to the Trinity College community for the past two years. In 2013 he is a Student Coordinator, Treasurer of the Wine Cellar, President of the Beer Brewing Society, editor of the Beer Garden Publication, Education Officer of the University’s Society of Automotive Engineers; and the secretary of the Trinity Leadership Challenge. In addition to this Andrew has maintained academic success at the University and has represented Trinity in cricket and football.
‘Trinity offers so many opportunities for leadership to manifest and strengthen, with the Trinity Leadership Challenge being one of those opportunities which is structured to fulfil the potential of all its members effectively. From this program we take invaluable tools in working in groups, leading and networking which set us in good stead for reaching that little bit higher in our careers. Kokoda is something I’ve always been interested in culturally as an individual who wasn’t born in Australia. I’m excited that as a group we’re moving towards the task of trekking in Papua New Guinea so that we gain greater insight into what the ANZACs did for Australia.’