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By 2016

By 2016 it will be 50 years since Charles Perkins became the first Aboriginal man to graduate from an Australian university, the University of Sydney. By 2016 our aim is to welcome an additional 600 talented and passionate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people into our diverse university community.

Liam's story

Deanne Smith

Liam Coe

Bachelor of Applied Science – Wiradjuri
Born
Born in Sydney at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, however I consider Cowra, NSW to be my home.
People
Wiradjuri
Schooling
I attended Newington College in Stanmore from kindergarten toyear 12. This helped to foster my love of sport and the realisation that I could attend University.
Motivation
I wanted to challenge myself, meet new people and further educate myself.
Challenge
Challenges for me were completing High school, trying to balance sport and education. Now my challenges are completing my degree and deciding which pathway I wish to take in life.
Sydney Uni
Sydney Uni is a great place to learn and study. The environment and the whole lifestyle here is amazing. Not just in the classroom, but on the sporting fields, in the gym or at many of the social functions, clubs and parties.
By 2016
By 2016, I wish to be a contracted footy player. Have finished my degree and considering postgraduate education.