Congratulations Rose Alwyn for being invited to join the St Peter’s College Rex J Lipman Fellows Program – Public Lecture Series. The Rex J Lipman Program brings innovative thinkers in neuroscience, public policy, science, child and adolescent wellbeing to the Saints Community and provides the opportunity to meet, discuss, debate and engage with leaders in their field.
Rose is highly regarded within the field of tertiary education and university residential colleges and is currently the Master of St Mark’s College and President of University Colleges Australia (UCA). On 14th June 2017 Rose will be providing an insightful and thought-provoking talk about the advantage and extraordinary experience university students gain through the education of the ‘whole self’ at residential colleges. As the commercial and educational landscape of university student accommodation changes rapidly there is a distinct and unique benefit residential colleges play in developing and nurturing highly successful and employable future leaders.
Come and hear Rose speak at St Peter’s College on 14th June by booking your free ticket here http://www.stpeters.sa.edu.au/wellbeing/rex-j-lipman-fellows-program