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PAST AND FUTURE OF NAAUC 2018 is a big milestone for NAAUC as our Gold Jubilee year! As we come into our 50th year, we are beginning to prepare ourselves for the next generation of NAAUC. and are excited to have you on board pivotal point for the association moving forward. Firstly, we have nicknamed this our Alumni year, and have spent the past couple of months setting up our alumni structure to so that moving forward we are more engaged than ever with all NAAUCers past, present and future. Secondly, our 50th year marks the end of our Winter conference schedule. The 2018 conference will be our last held during the mid-year break. We are very excited to take NAAUC into it’s next stage as it moves to a Official tri-annual publication. National Association of Australian University Colleges Inc. 2

Summer conference! 2019 will see our national conference held following the end of the academic calendar (final dates TBD). This will mean the students you send to NAAUC are guaranteed to be about to enter their elected year. It will also mean your students will be more equipped than ever before to use what they learn at the National Conference to positively change the face of our industry and impact their own residential community. We’re very excited to have you on board for this pivotal point for the association moving forward! If you have any questions or queries regarding either our 50th year or about the move to Summer please feel free to email us at info@naauc.edu.au.


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CONTENTS FROM THE PRESIDENT

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STATE INITIATIVES pg.20

“2018 is predicted to be our biggest year yet, and we “These projects are founded on the interests of the are more than excited to keep pushing the envelope...” State Rep and are a new addition to the portfolio...”

2017 CONFERENCE

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“For those who blinked and missed it, the 2017 National NAAUC Conference took place at Mannix College, Monash University Melbourne. The moment delegates started arriving we knew we were in for one jam packed and exhilarating week..” 2018 CONFERENCE pg. 15

INDIGENOUS CULTURAL SAFETY AUDIT

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“In striving to adhere to one of NAAUC’s core values – Diversity; the 2018 executive have undertaken an audit of its Cultural Safety for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander university residents. ” NAAUC ON THE ROAD

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“National Conference will be held at Cromwell College within the University of Queensland, Brisbane. 2018 marks a significant milestone for NAAUC; its jubilee.”

NAAUC On The Road is designed to help bring back the skills learnt and discussions had at Conference to residences who either perhaps couldn’t attend the National Conference, or to broader residencewide audiences, so that whole residences are included in discussion.”

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“The eleven colleges at the University of Melbourne are all members and participate in activities organised by the Intercollegiate Activities Council (ICAC).”

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FROM THE PRESIDENT For NAAUC, 2017 has proved to be one of our biggest years to date, and a successful one. Just as each residence across Australia strives to improve their community and their student experience, NAAUC does the same, working to reach out and encompass the needs of all students. This year we were proud to partner with Mannix College for our annual conference, held at Monash University. For the week, students learnt a number of new initiatives to challenge and empower themselves to inspire change. The theme of the conference “Stand Up, Step Forward� was reinforced throughout the week through a number of new initiatives allowed them to assess and contribute to the changing landscape of the communities we all care so deeply about. We have pushed ourselves in new and exciting ways this year through our commitment to being at the forefront of current issues facing residential communities. NAAUC continues to strive to define ourselves and our industry as one which champions positive change in a number of areas. With the aid of industry 4

experts, continuing our good work leading discussion around mental health, sexuality and personal development has again led to positive change across Australia. Notably, working closely with Fair Agenda and our previous partnership with the Hunting Ground Australia has helped build a discussion amongst Australian students on incredibly significant issues. We hope to keep working with residences across the country to keep tackling these issues head on and improving our industry as a whole during this pressing time. 2018 is predicted to be our biggest year yet, and we are more than excited to keep pushing the envelope. As we enter our 50th year we anticipate big changes ahead for NAAUC and all it stands for. As such, this will be our final national winter conference. The cogs have been put into motion to move conference to Summer for 2019 so stay tuned for more details as they come!


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Joshua Carter (2017 Treasurer, 2018 President) With Nick Bowles (2017 Working Party) #NAAUCCON 2017

This year keep an eye on our ever expanding membership structure as we work to bring as many benefits and services to every student and residence across Australia. Our NAAUC on the road program has undergone a mammoth shake up – making our academics even more engaging and customizable to suit your residences needs. We will also be putting more emphasis into our state interactions, increasing the opportunities to engage with NAAUC for both personal and residential development.

worked tirelessly to keep NAAUC at the forefront of issues affecting the industry, and challenge NAAUC to stand up and step forward, putting NAAUC into an excellent position as we enter a great period of change for NAAUC. On behalf of the 2018 NAAUC team I would like to thank you all for your work.

Lastly I would like to sincerely acknowledge and thank the entire 2017 team for all their incredible hard work and dedication to the association. As with every year, the team

Joshua Carter NAAUC President

Enjoy your holidays and rest up, 2018 will be a big year and we look forward to working with you again!

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2017 CONFERENCE

MANNIX COLLEGE | MELBOURNE

Wow! Another year, another epic National NAAUC Conference, another amazing NAAUC team, and another amazing and eager group of Delegates. For those who blinked and missed it, the 2017 National NAAUC Conference took place at Mannix College, Monash University Melbourne. The moment delegates started arriving we knew we were in for one jam packed and exhilarating week. Day One saw travel-weary delegates scrubbing up and donning their best formal attire ready for the 2017 Opening Dinner. Post dinner high heels, ties and blazers were soon discarded and delegates were put through their paces at the week’s first social event – the mighty NAAUCathalon. Who knew NAAUC delegates possessed such athletic prowess!?! The Olympic themed event was a huge success and everyone was a winner. Day Two began with a lecture from Tim Cope, a renowned modern-day explorer who crossed the Eurasian Steps from Mongolia to Europe. A humbling experience for all. From there, delegates broke out into the first of many academic sessions including state forums – which were an opportunity for delegates to network and discuss issues relating to residences in their respective state. 6


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The day concluded with the much anticipated A Night at the Theatre. Delegates heard from an array of side splitting comedians and saw our fearless former-president, Mr Lachlan Power, at his best – downing food prepared by delegates in Ready Steady Cook competition. Day 3 started with a bang with a presentation from the founder of Red Frogs Australia – Mr Andy Gourley. As a truly talented presenter Andy left no one in attendance with any doubt as to the magnificent work that Red Frogs do across Australia. From there, Delegates ventured into the city to take part in the annual Amazing Race. Having ventured around the world’s most livable city, Delegates made their way to St Hilda’s College for the afternoon academic program. The day concluded with one of the Conference’s major highlights – Parliamentary Debating. Delegates put their wit and banter to the test and made the most of night.

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Qeen Vic night ma # A lecture from former Victorian Police Chief Commissioner Christine Nixon kicked off Day 4. Christine spoke of her experiences in challenging the status quo, and leading in the face of adversity. The rest of the day saw Delegates contributing to various academic sessions including 2 feature Focus Sessions. Come night time Delegates jumped onto party busses and embarked on a truly wild Mystery Bus Tour to Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market and St Kilda foreshore. Our Charisma Captains were granted full AUX Cord privileges and they made sure the tunes were pumping at all times and that the delegates were dancing! 8


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arket #mymorningsmatter Day 5 began with some light exercise as Delegates took part in the #MyMorningsMatter initiative sparked by ADES. Once again the NAAUC team was truly staggered and impressed to see such great Delegate involvement in the day’s academic activities. Every conference depends on the level of involvement and passion from its attendees and full credit must go to the 2017 NAAUC Delegates for getting involved in all discussions, and bringing their ideas and experiences to the table.

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The annual Charity Auction raised thousands of dollars for the Red Frogs, so much that NAAUC Team figureheads Lachlan Power and Joshua Carter ended up with NAAUC tattoos. Thank you to everyone for their generosity and for supporting the Red Frogs. Post auction, Delegates made their way to Dooley’s Bar for the Merch Swap! Trading and bargaining was tough, but everyone appeared to come away with a nice little memento from another Residence.

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Bennet Merriman from Event Workforce opened Day 6 with a lecture on managing organisations and transitioning ideas into action. Delegates took part in a NAAUC first, the inaugural NAAUCtank, where Delegates in their Residences developed and pitched ideas for various events and programs they would like to see introduced at their residence. Evident within each pitch was the intense passion each delegate has for their residence and their desire to instigate lasting change. The day culminated with delegates grabbing their passports, boarding a plane, and departing on an around the world trip as part Flight Night. Delegates “visited” Spain, France and the Wild West and made the most of the evening’s silent disco. Our final day involved our Annual General Meeting and saw the election of the 2018 NAAUC Executive members. Congratulations to Joshua Carter, Lish Mac, Sophie Simpson and Luke Heeney and best of luck with the year ahead. Now, no Conference is ever complete without an epic ball. The 2017 NAAUC Ball did not disappoint.

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Evident within each pitch was the intense passion each delegate has for their residence and their desire to instigate lasting change.

Melbourne’s Bobby McGee’s made for an interesting and exciting venue, and Delegates put their best foot forward on the dancefloor. The 2017 NAAUC Ball provided an opportunity to solidify new friendships and made for the perfect closing event to the National NAAUC Conference.


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As Conference Directors we would like to thank every single member of our team for the outstanding efforts. Every member of the 2017 Leadership Team went above and beyond what was required and consider ourselves lucky to have met such amazing people and made such good friends. But of course without such enthusiastic and driven delegates the Conference would not have been the success it was. Thank you to all of the 2017 NAAUC Delegates. We hope you had as much as we did and you now feel empowered to “stand up” and “step forward” in your residence.

All the best, Alice Langley and Charlie Renney 2017 NAAUC Conference Directors

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2018 CONFERENCE

CROMWELL COLLEGE | THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND

Samuel and Emma, NAAUC’s 2018 Conference Directors, are excited to announce that the 50th NAAUC National Conference will be held at Cromwell College within the University of Queensland, Brisbane. 2018 marks a significant milestone for NAAUC; its jubilee. The conference is set to mark this momentous occasion in the organisation’s history by striving to not only reflect the solid foundation and leadership demonstrated by those before, but to encompass the exciting and bold vision of our nation’s most passionate and innovative residents. Each year our conference attracts delegates from across Australia with the aim to inspire and empower them to create positive change in their residential communities. As a delegate, attendees are actively challenged and encouraged to learn, discuss and reflect on the key issues facing those living on campus in tertiary residences. This covers a range of topics, including student wellbeing, diversity and media presence. Through the week, attendees are audience to inspirational guest speakers, interactive workshops and seminars, and panel discussions, involving professionals with a variety of expertise in fields relevant to the industry. Furthermore, conference includes an innovative social program. The events that comprise this demonstrate fundamental concepts covered, modelling activities that are both inclusive and entertaining. Our host, Cromwell College, has a proud and distinguished history, erecting its establishment in 1950. It boasts a range of first class facilities that play home to 250 residents. As one of the smaller Colleges it has a strong tradition of fostering a close-knit community. Set on the beautiful St. Lucia Campus, NAAUC is very excited to showcase both the UQ Colleges and the city of Brisbane throughout our week-long program. NAAUC’s National Conference is renowned as the peak youth leadership initiative within the university residential community sector. The 50th National Conference is set to not only continue this legacy, but inspire the next generation of student leaders to tackle the challenges facing their communities and make a positive change. 15


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The eleven colleges at the University of Melbourne are all members and participate in activities organised by the Intercollegiate Activities Council (ICAC). The ICAC team is comprised of one representative from each college, and an elected President, Secretary, and President from any college. Throughout the year the ICAC team organise a number of activities for students to enjoy. Some events are competitive and the colleges earn points for the ICAC Cup, and ICAC serves an important role in promoting others that are just for fun and allow students positive culture between the residences to meet and mingle with other colleges. and create intercollegiate dialogue. The ICAC team work closely together and listen to recommendations from students when organising events. There is an understanding between all of the residential colleges that Sunday afternoons and evenings are reserved for ICAC events, which ensures that there aren’t any clashes between individual college’s events and ICAC events. Some of the major events of the year include a “fresher” (first year student) dance competition, an intercollegiate variety night, theatre sports, and a battle of the bands competition. Other smaller events such as the student made film festival, trivia, debating, and quidditch games ensure that there are events for everyone to enjoy. ICAC serves as the intercollegiate voice for arts amongst colleges, and students also 18


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have the opportunity to be involved in an intercollegiate play every year One of the most positive outcomes of the collaboration between the colleges is the annual soiree where money is raised for a charity. In 2017, ICAC supported MINUS18, an LGBTQI organisation that helps youth. Students from around the crescent at Melbourne dress up and enjoy musical entertainment from college performers and contribute to funds for charity.

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STATE INITIATIVES The State Representative branch of the NAAUC team has undergone an impressive upgrade in preparation for 2018. The creation of a new portfolio and executive position in the State Convenor has been an element of this, with Dan Lindholm holding the inaugural position for 2018. The role of the State Convenor is to oversee the State Reps and ensure their capacity is optimized throughout their tenure. Dan and Alisha, the Vice-President, have also been working in partnership to redefine the State Rep role. This included the addition of the State Reps at the annual Changeover Retreat, and their inclusion in establishing the vision and strategic planning for NAAUC

going into this exciting period of change was essential. The State Reps also undertook their own strategic planning process, and received essential training and development which had previously been lacking. In terms of the State Rep portfolio, the template for the annual State Conference has been solidified to provide a level of continuity across the country. Each rep will also be working on a Passion Project throughout the year; these projects are founded on the interests of the State Rep and are a new addition to the portfolio. You can learn more about each Rep’s Passion Project below.

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SUMMER PORTER Western Australia suffers from an isolationism mentality, due to the large distance from the vast majority of the population that resides on the eastern half of the country. This mindset is heavily entrenched, and has extended to other universities in the same city – and even residences within the same university. Summer’s passion project is to see this internalised isolationism broken down, initially by forging real connections between all tertiary residences in Perth – and perhaps even extend these to the rest of the state! This way

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university students living in tertiary residences can have a stronger sense of collaboration and increase their support networks, allowing them to get the most out of their university experience. This will be achieved initially by making sure the leaders of each residence know each other and have interacted, with an attempt to create friendships across residential leadership teams. This will allow a trickle down effect, and breakdown the barriers that currently exist between the residences.


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JONTY BOSHIER NSW State Representative Jonty will utilise his love of the outdoors and passion to foster good leadership amongst students for his passion project. In March/April of 2018 the first NAAUC Trek will see students undertake a 3-day camping and hiking experience in the picturesque Blue Mountains. Over the course of the three days, 15-20 young residential leaders from around NSW will have the opportunity to create strong intercollegiate friendships, Student residences at Universities provide reflect on their motivations for being leaders, personal development and further the education and discuss effective leadership in their of their students. Despite the importance of residences. To facilitate this, the delegates will this sector within tertiary education, there is be accompanied by a number of NAAUC leaders a lack of research regarding the best practise from across Australia who will not only guide, for university and residential hall policies. cook and encourage those on the trek, but The purpose of this project is to record the most importantly bring their knowledge and structures created by students within tertiary experience to facilitate discussion and learning residences to organise events and student throughout the trip. Each evening the delegates advocacy. With the influx of new residential will listen to a prepared talk on leadership and halls built by universities, this could be used active engagement with peers, which will offer as a best practise guide for creating new a number of talking points for the delegates residential committee structures within these as they trek through the mountains. This event new residences. is best suited for current and up and coming residential leaders who are fit enough to walk The scope of the study will be all university upwards of 15kms per day with a pack. The trek owned, affiliated or commercially partnered is deliberately designed to be a challenging student accommodation residences in Australia. experience as it offers an excellent opportunity For this study, the exclusion criteria will be for personal growth and development. commercial providers who are not formally partnered or affiliated with an Australian Further details regarding the date, cost, university. University-owned off-campus share equipment and available places will be houses of less than 10 places will also be communicated early in the new year. Should you excluded. The study will catalogue the different wish to communicate an expression of interest residential committee structures and positions, or have any further questions do not hesitate to and the different contexts that these structures contact Jonty Boshier at jontyboshier@naauc. operate in. edu.au

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Anu aims to formulate best practice recommendations for residences relating to catering for diversity, and embracing it. Informed by her own personal experiences and knowledge, Anu aims to focus on disabilities, physical & mental health conditions; with potential for the scope to be broadened in the future. There are large gaps in knowledge and advocacy relating to these areas, and many residents could benefit from this project. Anu’s research will involve gathering information from experts in these fields, residential leadership teams, and residents from the aforementioned demographics. This will focus on establishing current strategies that do/do not work, get their suggestions, and gage the current degree of discrimination and inclusion at their residence. The project will culminate in a report outlining my findings and recommendations, a presentation about discrimination and inclusion at National Conference, with scope for the addition of a National Advocacy Program.

Katie’s passion project will entail working with the Townsville community to foster collaboration and build the profile of NAAUC. Katie will work closely with Saints Catholic College on issues within the North Queensland residential community, reaching out to the people she knows within the college, and broadening connections through them. She will endeavour to organise a combined leadership dinner for all the residential assistants at the John Flynn and Saints Catholic Colleges, to provide an initial platform to build this relationship. Katie aims to run an event for both the colleges to attend annually, such as combining the John Flynn College semi-formal, and interchangeably holding semi-formal at the opposite college each year. She believes this would strongly benefit the growth of NAAUC for two reasons. Firstly, NAAUC does not yet have strong relationships with Townsville residences. Secondly, linking a sound interresidential Townsville community with UQbased residences will further cultivate strong Queensland networks. Finally, this will further increase NAAUCs reach in its stronghold state.

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DILLON ONG Dillon’s passion project focuses on increasing the awareness of sexual assault in residences, and ensuring every Tasmanian residence is educated on consent and other aspects of sexual assault. Urgent education around consent is needed, particularly in the context of being intoxicated and at social events.

The partnership will bring additional support to residences, with an increased advocacy from both parties. This partnership can be developed based on the mutual interests in minimizing sexual assault on campus which is a goal held by both the University and NAAUC.

Furthermore, there is scope to bring in formal The Tasmanian University Union (TUU) has training from professionals, possibly including launched a campaign against various types of lawyers and the MATE program. With further assault, including racial/minority discrimination partnerships that can be developed on a and sexual assault, titled “#NeverOK”. With the state and national level, NAAUC can increase current project run by the TUU, this displays one its presence with its support against sexual of the many efforts shown by the university to assault. be active in advocacy against sexual assault. However, despite strong university advocacy, residences aren’t reflecting the same amount of action against sexual assault and attitudes around the issue. Dillion’s passion project aims to create a stronger partnership between the union and residences. As the TUU has postive material and assistance available, it would reinforce the message that there is no place for sexual assault if NAAUC is able to partner up with TUU. 23


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ADEN MCEACHEN With an ever-changing residential sphere, student leaders who will go on to be leaders in society must be equipped to handle many situations. Students are often faced with acute physical and mental health crises, and urgently require easily accessible guidance as to how to deal with these situations. Together with Australian experts, NAAUC plans to establish a free online training and information platform for resident first responders. This will help all residents, regardless of training background, to be confident in these situations, equipping residences to continue to thrive in safe environments. This platform will include basic and simple information on topics including alcohol or drug intoxication and issues of acute mental health, as well as sexual harassment and assault; three issues which are highly prevalent in residential communities and for which students require guidance. The platform will focus on establishing thresholds to guide students in decision making, and establish standards for formal training of student leaders in residences on these topics. 24

In the future, the scope of this project could be extended to include more formal training through partnerships with organizations such as Mental Health First Aid and physical First Aid trainers which could be tailored to a residential community context. As a resident the online resource aims to to fill the gap in training of student leaders to allow all residents to engage with and support fellow residents in need.


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STATE CONFERENCES

All students are invited to attend their State Conference. More information to come soon..

QUEENSLAND 28TH - 29TH SEPTEMBER 2018 NEW SOUTH WALES 30TH NOVEMBER - 2ND DECEMBER 2018 AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY 8TH - 9TH SEPTEMBER 2018 VICTORIA 26TH SEPTEMBER 2018 TASMANIA 1ST - 2ND SEPTEMBER 2018 SOUTH AUSTRALIA 16TH SEPTEMBER 2018 WESTERN AUSTRALIA 31ST MARCH - 1ST APRIL 2018

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NAAUC INDIGENOUS CULTURAL SAFETY AUDIT In striving to adhere to one of NAAUC’s core values – Diversity; the 2018 executive have undertaken an audit of its Cultural Safety for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander university residents. This audit is the first of its kind to be performed by NAAUC, and used an audit tool adapted from the healthcare setting. Members of each branch of the NAAUC Leadership Team (Working Party, State Reps and Executive) completed the audit, and the scores were averaged to quantify NAAUC’s cultural safety.

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NAAUC’s organizational culture and attitudes are broadly warm and inclusive to all people, which led to it scoring well in some aspects of the audit. Broadly however, the average audit score renders NAAUC a “challenging service for Aboriginal people” and action needs to be taken to increase NAAUC’s cultural safety. A series of goals have been established, including the incremental improvement of NAAUC’s cultural safety over the next two years. A number of actions were derived from the audit tool to help achieve these goals.


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It is anticipated that in systematically working through these actions, NAAUC can become an organization which is culturally safe for its Indigenous Australian members. In the slightly longer term, this will allow NAAUC to pursue a Reconciliation Action Plan. Furthermore, it is hoped that university residences from around Australia follow suit and audit their own organizations, and take action to increase their cultural safety for Indigenous Australians.

To read the full NAAUC Cultural Safety Audit Report, access the adapted auditing tool or discuss the audit further, get in touch with our State Convenor, Dan Lindholm, who coordinated the audit and authored the report. He can be contacted via daniellindholm@naauc.edu.au.

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NAAUC ON THE ROAD 2018 is looking like a spectacular year for our outbound NAAUC On The Road Program. NAAUC On The Road is designed to help bring back the skills learnt and discussions had at Conference to residences who either perhaps couldn’t attend the National Conference, or to broader residencewide audiences, so that whole residences are included in discussion. As leadership committees around Australia gear up for another fantastic O Week, NAAUC is taking part by assisting in leadership training, providing practical skills that will best place these students to plan for the year ahead. One thing that makes student clubs inherently fragile is the 1 term structure of the student committees. Through our On The Road programs, NAAUC aims to buffer this vulnerability by arming students with the best skillset to perform their roles. If you wish to enlist the help of NAAUC for your residence, be it training for your leaders, facilitating a college-wide discussion, providing workshops to problem-solve situations, we have a broad range of seminars and workshops that may address your needs. Please contact either by phone or email: vicepresident@naauc.edu.au 0467 155 210

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CONTACT US President Joshua Carter president@naauc.edu.au

ACT State Representative Charlotte Maybury-Reupert act@naauc.edu.au

Vice-President Alisha McLean vicepresident@naauc.edu.au

NSW State Representative Jonty Boshier nsw@naauc.edu.au

Secretary Sophie Simpson secretary@naauc.edu.au

VIC State Representative Aden McEachen vic@naauc.edu.au

Treasurer Luke Heeney treasurer@naauc.edu.au

TAS State Representative Dillon Ong tas@naauc.edu.au

Immediate Past President Lachlan Power ipp@naauc.edu.au

SA State Representative Anu Francis sa@naauc.edu.au

Creative Director Connor Forsyth creativedirector@naauc.edu.au

WA State Representative Summer Porter wa@naauc.edu.au

Conference Director Samuel Kiernan & Emma Tait conference@naauc.edu.au

QLD State Representative Katie Sidhom qld@naauc.edu.au

Conference Director Samuel Kiernan & Emma Tait conference@naauc.edu.au State Convenor Daniel Lindholm stateconvenor@naauc.edu.au

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