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SENATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
YEAR ENDED 31st DECEMBER, 1900.
1. The Senate of the University of Sydney, in pursuance of the provisions of section 16 (1) of the "University and University Colleges Act, 1900," has the honour to transmit the account of its proceedings during the year 1900, for the information of His Excellency the Governor and the Executive Council.
2. The number of persons who qualified themselves for Matriculation in 1900 by passing one of the various University Examinations was 280. Of these, 95 passed the ordinary Matriculation Examination, 109 the Junior Public Examination, 23 the Law Matriculation Examination, 38 the Senior Public Examination, and 15 the Entrance Examination for Law, Medicine and Science. The number of students actually admitted to Matriculation, with a view to proceeding with the curriculum in one of the various Faculties, was 133.
Annual University Examinations.
3. The number of students who attended and passed the annual examinations in December, 1899, and March, 1900, after attending the prescribed courses of lectures, is shown in the following table:
In addition to the students passing through the regular curriculum, 9 evening students and students of special subjects passed examinations in individual subjects, after attendance upon the prescribed lectures.
In the Faculty of Science and the Department of Engineering eleven students of special subjects passed in the final examinations of their subjects.
Two students seeking a qualification in Pharmacy who had attended the University lectures in 1899 gained certificates in Botany and Chemistry respectively.
Attendance at Lectures.
4. The following table shows the number of students who
Included are 62 women who attended in the Faculty of Arts, 1 in Law, 14 in Medicine, 3 in Science, and 1 in Pharmacy; total,
The above total number also includes 53 non-matriculated students.
5. The following degrees were conferred after examination:
Master of Arts (M.A.):-George Edward Brown, Elisabeth Ada
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.):-Charles Craig, Walter George
Bachelor of Medicine (M.B.):-Walter Fitzmaurice Burfitt,
Master of Surgery (Ch.M.):-Walter Fitzmaurice Burfitt, Hugh
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.):-John Edmund Francis D'Apice,
Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.): Civil Engineering: Roger
6. The total number of degrees conferred during the year was as follows:-M.A., 4; B.A., 42; LL.B., 7; M.B., 36; Ch.M., 14; B.Sc., 2; B.E., 9. Total, 114.
7. The degrees conferred by the University from its foundation to the end of 1900 are:-M.A., 273; B.A., 1030; LL.D., 23; LL.B., 85; M.D., 38; M.B., 192; Ch.M., 126; B.Sc., 34; M.E., 3; B.E., 65. Total, 1,869.
Honours at Degree Examinations.
8. The following honours were awarded at Degree Examinations :
FACULTY OF ARTS.
SCHOOL OF MODERN HISTORY-Class I.:-R. C. Teece, B.A. (University Medal). Class II. :-Elisabeth A. Lance, B.A. SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS-Class II. :-D. T. Sawkins, B. A.
LATIN-Class I.-R. N. Robson, J. H. F. Hill, prox. acc.
GREEK-Class I.-R. N. Robson. Class II.-J. H. F. Hill.
MATHEMATICS-Class II.:-H. M. Stephen.
GERMAN-Class I.:-Margaret A. Bailey.
ENGLISH Class I. :-Caroline M. Scrutton. Class III. :-N. J.
FRENCH-Class I.:- Margaret A. Bailey, N. J. Gough, Mary H.
Class III. :
LOGIC AND MENTAL PHILOSOPHY-Class I.-E. N. Merrington.
FACULTY OF LAW.
CLASS I.-E. M. Mitchell, B.A. Class II.-W. G. Forsyth,
FACULTY OF MEDICINE.
Examination for M.B. and Ch.M.
CLASS I.-W. F. Burfitt, B.A., B.Sc. Class II. :-G. M'Lean.
FACULTY OF SCIENCE.
MATHEMATICS.-Class I. :-J. P. V. Madsen.
PHYSICS.-Class I.:-J. P. V. Madsen.
DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING
CIVIL ENGINEERING, MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES, ARCHITECTURE
DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING MINING AND METALLURGY.
9. The following Scholarships were awarded:
(a) At the Matriculation Examination.
Aitken Scholarship for General Proficiency-E. M. Wellisch, prox. acc., R.
Cooper Scholarship, No. II., for Classics-L. H. Allen.
Barker Scholarship, No. II., and Horner Exhibition for Mathematics-E. M. Wellisch and R. C. Roe, æq., prox. acc., H. L. Deck, J. N. Griffiths and J. S. Harris, aq., (3).
Lithgow Scholarship for French and German-Margaret Sproule.
(b) At the First Year Examination in Arts.
Garton Scholarship, No. I., for French and German-Hector Wilshire.
(c) At the Second Year Examination in Arts.
Cooper Scholarship, No. I., for Classics-F. A. Todd.
Garton Scholarship, No. II., for French and German-Ina B. H. Armstrong. • Did not comply with the conditions for holding the scholarship.