A big thank you to violinist Annabelle Traves, who held a fundraiser for The Foundation at The Women’s College in November 2018 (her second such annual event). In her fourth year at the Conservatorium of Music, Annabelle is a scholarship recipient at the University of Sydney and the College. In addition to her many performing highlights and accolades, Annabelle this year appeared in the Dean’s List of Excellence in Academic Performance at the University. This year’s concert w
Congratulations to Kasarina Mann, a 2018 Katrina Dawson Aurora Foundation Fellow, who has been accepted into Oxford University to study her Masters of Science in Clinical Embryology and also been awarded a Charlie Perkins Scholarship to help fund her study. We wish Kasarina all the very best.
We are delighted to introduce our two KDF scholars for 2019: Emily Graetz (left) and Alexandra Berry (right). Emily hails from Albury, NSW, where she attended the Scots School and was elected school Captain in her final year. She excelled in her academics, captained her tennis team, and participated in basketball, netball, swimming and athletics. Emily is also passionate about drama and the arts, and was the lead role in several school musical productions. She was a member of
We have had our first KDF Scholar graduate! Kate Field celebrated her graduation from her Bachelor of Architecture and Environments degree earlier this year, and is now working at BVN, an award-winning Australian architectural firm. Congratulations Kate! In other KDF Scholar news, Angie Lu is on exchange in Finland for a year, after which she returns to graduate with her Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees. Angie plans on continuing her studies, commencing a Mast