Fellows of Senate

Arthur Edward Mills

An early graduate of the University of Sydney (MB ChM 1889), Arthur Mills was a Fellow of Senate of the University of Sydney from 1920 to 1925 and from 1929 to 1939, was elected Deputy Chancellor by Senate from 1936 to 1939.


Gallery

His student days at the University of Sydney

Mills completed the common first year in 1884, enrolled in Medicine II in 1885 and graduated MB ChM in minimum time in 1889.

Arthur Edward Mills in 1887

Arthur Edward Mills in 1887 (back row, right of the pillar) with RPAH staff and Medicine students, photo G3_224_2655, University of Sydney Archives.

Arthur Edward Mills in the graduating class of 1889

Arthur Edward Mills (left) in the graduating class of 1889, photo from 'The Centenery Book of the Faculty of Medicine'.

Arthur Edward Mills in the 1880s

Arthur Edward Mills in the 1880s, photo G3_224_1775, University of Sydney Archives.

His career

Mills became a physician and professor of medicine.

Arthur Edward Mills in 1922

Arthur Edward Mills in 1922, photo from the Sydney Medical School Senior Yearbook 1922, Faculty of Medicine Online Museum.

Arthur Edward Mills

Arthur Edward Mills, photo, University of Sydney Archives.

His membership of Senate

Mills was a Fellow of Senate from 1920 to 1925 and from 1929 to 1939, and was elected Deputy Chancellor by Senate from 1936 to 1939.

Professor Arthur Edward Mills - Deputy Chancellor

Professor Arthur Edward Mills - Deputy Chancellor 1936-1939, photo from 'The Centenery Book of the Faculty of Medicine'.