University of Sydney

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Group.png University of Sydney  
(University)
Motto Latin: Sidere mens eadem mutato English: "Though the constellations are changed, the mind is the same."
(literal)
Type Public university
Headquarters Sydney, Australia
Website http://sydney.edu.au/

 

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornDiedSummary
Tony Abbott4 November 1957Prime Minister of Australia
Leader of the Liberal Party
Leader of the Opposition (Australia)
Minister for Health and Ageing
Leader of the House
Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service
Minister for Employment Workplace Relations and Small Business
Chairperson of the Commonwealth of Nations
Member of the Australian Parliament for Warringah
Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)
Chairman of the Commonwealth of Nations
Minister for Employment Workplace Relations and Small Business / Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations
Minister for Employment Services
John Howard26 July 1939Politician
Prime Minister of Australia
Treasurer of Australia
Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)
Chairperson of the Commonwealth of Nations
Manager of Opposition Business in the House
Minister for Special Trade Negotiations
Minister for Business and Consumer Affairs
Member of the Australian Parliament for Bennelong
Martin Indyk1 July 1951Diplomat
John Kerr (governor-general)24 September 191424 March 1991Lawyer
Governor-General of Australia
Lieutenant-Governor of New South Wales
Chief Justice of New South Wales
Brian Martin1947Academic
William McMahon23 February 190831 March 1988Prime Minister of Australia
Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)
Leader of the Liberal Party
Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party
Father of the Parliament
Father of the House of Representatives
Minister for Foreign Affairs
Treasurer of Australia
Vice-President of the Executive Council
Minister for Labour and National Service
Minister for Commerce and Agriculture
Minister for Social Services
Minister for the Navy
Minister for the Air Force
Member of the Australian Parliament for Lowe
Malcolm Turnbull24 October 1954Prime Minister of Australia
Leader of the Liberal Party
Minister for Communications
Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)
Minister for the Environment and Water
Member of the Australian Parliament for Wentworth
Catherine West14 September 1966Member of Parliament for Hornsey and Wood Green
Leader of the Islington Council
Labour Group Leader on the Islington Council
Islington Borough Councillor for Tollington
Gough Whitlam11 July 191621 October 2014Politician
Prime Minister of Australia
Australia/Minister for Foreign Affairs
Australia/Leader of the Opposition
Australia/Leader of the Labor Party
Australia/Deputy Leader of the Labor Party
Member of the Australian Parliament for Werriwa
Minister for Foreign Affairs
Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)
Leader of the Labor Party
Deputy Leader of the Labor Party
James Wolfensohn1 December 1933President of the World Bank Group


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