Eloise Howse

Edmund Barton Medal for Masters by Coursework Achievement

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Eloise has enriched the life of her fellow students through an extraordinary range of roles and activities. She served as a Students’ Representative Council (SRC) director of student publications, O Week director and education officer, and in 2010 was elected as the SRC president, representing more than 31,000 undergraduate students.

She sat on the National Union of Students Executive and on the University’s Student Appeals Board, and was a dynamic member of the Sydney University Dramatic Society. At St Andrew’s College, Eloise served in the role of dean of students, providing pastoral care and supporting administrative staff.

She has been a mentor with the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) and a tutor with the Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme. Inside the classroom, she obtained excellent results in her Master of Public Health. Currently she is the AusAID Officer in the International Office at the University, providing support to more than 200 AusAID sponsored students.