The Women's College Impact Report was presented at the Dividere Dinner on Thursday 26 November. The report acknowledges our 2020 donors and volunteers as well as highlights the impact that philanthropy is making - https://www.womens.uq.edu.au/donor-honour-roll-2020/
Welcome to the 52nd edition of Eeyore - 2020 Student Yearbook! This historic publication symbolises the value of tradition and history at Women’s and provides a special link between past and present Woozas. Read the flipbook version below or download a pdf - 2020 TWC yearbook
Congratulations to Liezel Viljoen on being announced the inaugural Women's Wooza Award recipient for 2020. https://www.facebook.com/TheWomensCollegeUQ/photos/a.458156477606347/3387807671307865/?type=3&theater
Last Thursday evening we celebrated and acknowledged our Graduands and Valedicts at the 2020 Valedictory Dinner. We recognised the outstanding commitment of our outgoing Student Leadership Team, other committees and also welcomed the newly appointed Student Leadership Team for 2021. Visit our photo gallery - https://www.womens.uq.edu.au/avada_portfolio/2020-valedictory-dinner/?portfolioCats=1208
Congratulations to our new members of the Student Club Executive for 2021. Noor Kahloon, is the Student Club President and Ashleigh Kane, is the Vice President. The new leadership team are joined by ten executives who have been elected by the student body at the Student Club Executive on Sunday 11 October. The Women's College looks forward to working with this dynamic team of young women who will lead our students next year.
The 2021 Resident Assistants were officially announced by Head of College & CEO, Flo Kearney, on Sunday 11 October. Congratulations to Phoebe Parker who was appointed the Senior Resident Assistant and Sherri Green, Deputy Senior Resident Assistant. They are joined by an impressive team of Resident Assistants who will support the Deputy Head of College & Dean of Students with mentorship, management and training within the RA program.
Welcome to the first issue of Wooza. A recruitment magazine for future residents, Wooza, has been designed specifically for high school students in Year 11 and Year 12. It will be published annually and released in the lead-up to The Women's College Open Day. This first issue is a mini-mag and provides an insight into life at The Women's College and the activities with which residents are involved. There are endless opportunities to broaden your network and gain the most from your university education while living at Women's. We focus on how to extend those opportunities for residents to ensure [...]
Applications are now open for 2021 Scholarships for new and current students and close on Monday 7 December 2020. Further details about the application process, criteria and eligibility are here - https://www.womens.uq.edu.au/bursaries_scholarships/
With current COVID-19 restrictions, The Women's College Alumnae Awards Dinner will be rescheduled to early 2021. This will provide the opportunity for alumnae to travel from interstate for this special occasion. Nominations will remain open until 31 December 2020. Nominate an outstanding Women's College alumna today! Read here for more information about the Award categories and criteria - https://www.womens.uq.edu.au/alumnae-awards/
Welcome to our first edition of FREDA....Freda in honour of our founding Principal, Anna Frederika (Freda) Bage. It's wonderful to reconnect with our alumnae through our new digital magazine and share with you the happenings and events around Women's College. To read our digital flipbook version (once opened click the fullscreen icon), and ensure you download the issuu app - https://issuu.com/womens/docs/freda_alumnae_magazine_issue_01_june_2020 Or download this pdf version - FREDA Alumnae Magazine_Issue 01 June 2020