Dylan Carter

Deputy Dean

Commencing University, let alone moving so far from home, is an enormous step into one's independence, and a nerve-racking feat for all of us to venture. For many students, UNSW Hall becomes that safe home away from home, a second and a supporting community of likeminded, intelligent individuals that challenge them to achieve their very best, make life long friends, and ultimately be themselves! Throughout the year you're supported by a team of Resident Fellows who are always just a door knock away for pastoral care or academic support.

At Hall, every resident comes with unique experiences and overflowing potential and gets to share in the countless opportunities the college has to offer. Whether it be participating in a new sport, exploring an art gallery, or having fun down at the beach with friends, your experiences at Hall are bound to create memories, life long friendships, and grow you as individual so that you can realise your full potential.

Next year presents an extraordinary opportunity to be part of the history of UNSW Hall. The next cohort of residents will be moving into a new temporary building, fit with a few handy extra benefits might I add, all the while being able to play an active role in designing and developing the future direction of this outstanding community for many years to come. Whilst we might have a few new flashy features over the next couple of years, we'll still be the same old Hall our community has come to love, and call home sweet home. I have no doubt that you will too. I look forward to meeting you on arrival day.

But... don't take just take my word for it! Take some time to meet just a few of our exceptional residents you'll be joining in 2019 below. Be warned though, Will, Breisha, Jamal, Evie, and Kyra will no doubt be sharping up their ping pong skills over the summer break, ready and roaring for the inter-floor college cup in the year ahead. So bring your A-game, and we look forward to seeing you there!

Resident Fellows

Resident fellows (RFs) are staff members of UNSW and typically in their final years of study or already holding a degree. RFs live with the students on their floors and provide daily academic and pastoral support. RFs aren’t teachers, but they’re a little like a supportive older sibling with loads of experience to pass on and a willingness to help guide the residents.

For me, my role is about helping and encouraging students bring out the best possible version of themselves, to lead by example and through my own life experiences.

William McNaughton, RF



Resident Fellows:

Joey Rowlands
Bachelor of Engineering / Commerce - Mechanical, PHD - Quantum Physics

Olivia Brooks
Bachelor of Medical Studies / Doctor of Medicine (MD)

Tim Moore
Bachelor of Actuarial Studies / Science

Ern Khai Liew
Bachelor of Engineering - Chemical, 1st Class


Student Fellows:

Brad Pascoe
Bachelor of Engineering / Science - Aerospace / Physics

Jacqui Orme
Bachelor of Engineering - Mechanical, Masters of Engineering - Biomedical