Dr Susanna Price’s bequest to Burgmann College is a tribute to her father, to the progressive and inclusive collegiate experience at the foundation of a lifelong career in international development—and to future generations of students embarking on their journey to independence.
I’m in my third year of a Business Administration degree at ANU, majoring in Management and minoring in International Business. I’m a very organised person and have always been interested in the administration side of business. This degree was ideal, as it allowed me to complete courses that would form part of a Commerce degree whilst also specialising with a greater administration and management focus.
Two alumni recently returned to Burgmann to join our College staff team: Mr Charlie Rozario (2016-2018) as College Dean, and Ms Hope Dyson (2013-2015) in the newly create role of Advancement Support Officer. Both bring much Burgmann wisdom to their roles, despite being much younger than the College!
We are delighted to announce Burgmann College and the indigo foundation partnered in 2021 and have established two $1000 prizes to be awarded annually on a continuing basis. The Equality Prize and the Emerging Leader Equality Prize are to be awarded to a resident or alumna/alumnus who have contributed significantly in any way to reducing inequality amongst people in any of its forms.
2021 marked the 50th birthday of Burgmann College and we had a whole year of celebrations planned. While the pandemic required us to postpone our Back-to-Burg Weekend, our calendar was otherwise filled with special event enhancements and new occasions to mark the golden anniversary of our community—for residents, alumni, staff, volunteers, supporters and all friends of Burgmann College.