Fellows of Senate
Adam B Spencer
Adam Spencer was an undergraduate student Fellow from 1 December 1992 to 30 November 1995.
He was subsequenty elected a Fellow of Senate by and from the graduates from 1 December 2001 to 30 November 2009.
Adam Spencer in 1992 when he was elected undergraduate student Fellow of Senate (1992-1995), photo, Th e Gazette, March 1992.
Adam Spencer, an elected graduate Fellow of Senate (2001-2009), with Fellow of Senate Matt Hall (2003-2004) and former Fellow Thalia Anthony (2001-2003) at the Vice-Chancellor's Christmas Reception in December 2003, photo, courtesy University of Sydney.
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).
From left, Pro Chancellor Mr John McCarthy, Deputy Chancellor Emeritus Professor Ann Sefton, new Chancellor Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir, Vice-Chancellor and Principal Professor Gavin Brown and Fellow of Senate Adam Spencer at the official welcome to the Chancellor at a ceremony in the Great Hall on 2 July 2007, photo, courtesy of Ted Sealey.
Adam Spencer, Fellow of Senate, was the guest speaker at the Faculty of Education and Social Work graduation ceremony at 9.00am on 18 April 2008, photo, copyright Memento Photography.
Professor Gavin Brown AO, Fellow of Senate Adam Spencer and Mrs Diane Brown at the cocktail party following Professor Brown's farewell address, 20 June 2008, photo, copyright Nuran Zorlu.
Adam Spencer presented the occasional address at the Faculty of Architecture, Design & Planning graduation ceremony held at 4.30pm on 24 April 2009, photo, copyright Memento Photography.
As part of the Law School building opening on 30 April 2009, from 10.00 to 11.00am Adam Spencer moderated a debate "That It Is Too Late To Do Anything About Climate Change?" which featured speakers drawn from a wide range of disciplines throughout the University, photo, Faculty of Law website.