Fellows of Senate
2000 - 2006 gallery
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2000 - 2006
As part of the University of Sydney's Sesquicentenary celebrations, a formal Senate dinner was held on 3 February 2001 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the first meeting of Senate on 3 February 1851, photo, courtesy the Development Office.
Indigenous elder Sylvia Scott delivered a "welcome to country" at the formal ceremonyheld on 11 October 2002 in the Great Hall to mark the sesquicentenary of the inauguration of the University of Sydney and of the commencement of Higher Education, photo, courtesy ZOOM Productions.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Gavin Brown and Deputy Chancellor Renata Kaldor cutting the cake at the University's Sesquicentenary Celebration Day held on 13 October 2002, photo, courtesy ZOOM Productions. It commemorated the arrival of the first students and the presentation of the first lectures (October 1852) and the inauguration of the University (11 October 1852).
Fellows of Senate Adam Spencer (1992-5 and from 1 December 2001) and Matt Hall (1 December 2003 - 30 November 2004) and former Fellow Thalia Anthony (1 December 2001 to 30 November 2003) at the Vice-Chancellor's Christmas Reception in December 2003, photo, courtesy University of Sydney.
Former Fellow of Senate Liz Kernohan (1992-1995) was presented with the Member of Australia award by Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir AC, Governor of New South Wales, who would become Chancellor in June 2008. Liz received the award on 23 September 2004, one month before her sudden and unexpected death, photo, Faculty of Veterinary Science.
Fellow of Senate Adam Spencer at the Gala Reception in the Great Hall for the opening of the 33rd Professor Harry Messel International Science School, University of Sydney, 13 July 2005, photo, courtesy Science Foundation for Physics website.
Deputy Chancellor Emeritus Professor Ann Sefton, Chancellor the Hon Justice Kim Santow and Vice-Chancellor Professor Gavin Brown at the Beijing presentation ceremony on 2 September 2005, photos, courtesy University of Sydney.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Gavin Brown at a Banquet held on 3 September 2005 in the Beijing Hotel. At the commencement of the Banquet, the University signed important agreements to further enhance its relationships with key partners in China, photo, courtesy University of Sydney.
Chancellor the Hon Justice Kim Santow (on right) at the Beijing Banquet, 3 September 2005, photo, courtesy University of Sydney.
Fellow of Senate Dr Robin Fitzsimons (on left) at the Beijing Banquet, 3 September 2005, photo, courtesy University of Sydney.
Then Fellow of Senate Mr Bohdan Bilinsky (centre) at the Beijing Banquet, 3 September 2005, photo, courtesy University of Sydney.
Fellow of Senate Alan Cameron AM (Chair, Sydney Peace Foundation) welcomes guests to the 2005 Sydney Peace Prize Award Ceremony and Gala Dinner in the Great Hall at the University of Sydney on 10 November 2005. Mr Olara Otunnu, United Nations Under-Secretary-General for the Protection of Children in Armed Conflict, was the recipient, photo, Sydney Peace Foundation website.
US Secretary of State Dr Condoleezza Rice accepted a gift from Vice-Chancellor Professor Brown after speaking at the University of Sydney to an audience of more than 300 students from different universities across NSW on 16 March 2006, photo, courtesy University Media Office.
Fellow of Senate Associate Professor Anthony Masters conferring, in his capacity as Deputy Chair of the Academic Board, the degree of Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) upon Roslyn Poignant, 21 April 2006, photo, copyright Memento Photography.
Chancellor the Hon Justice Kim Santow, Vice-Chancellor Professor Gavin Brown, Prime Minister John Howard and the Institute's founder, Professor Max Bennett, at the opening of the second stage of the Brain and Mind Research Institute, 5 June 2006, photo, courtesy University of Sydney Publications.
Chancellor the Hon Justice Kim Santow conferring the degree of Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) upon David Stratton, 9 June 2006, photo, copyright Memento Photography.
Deputy Chancellor Emeritus Professor Ann Sefton conferring the degree of Doctor of Medicine (honoris causa) upon Dr Ralph Reader, 16 June 2006, photo, copyright Memento Photography.
Deputy Chancellor Emeritus Professor Ann Sefton who presided at the University's graduation ceremony in Malaysia on 28 September 2006, Mr Muhammad Zaid Kamardin, Honours 1st Class and University Medallist, and the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Professor Greg Hancock, photo, courtesy Engineering Sydney Newsletter, issue 4, September 2006.
Fellow of Senate the Hon John Aquilina attending a graduation ceremony at the University on 13 October 2006, photo, courtesy Chancellor's office.
Fellow of Senate and Pro Chancellor John McCarthy QC, 20 October 2006, photo, courtesy Chancellor's office.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Brown was in Shanghai for the inaugural University of Sydney graduation ceremony held in the Shanghai Grand Theatre on 31 October 2006, photos, courtesy International Office.