Undergrad School of Business : 2012
No limits Our students push the boundaries. They seek out opportunities to follow their passions, whatever they might be. For Nathaniel Ware this means tackling world poverty. He saw the scale of this issue at 16 when he visited Mozambique as a World Vision sponsor. But he didn't see it as too hard to x -- he just got to work, raising thousands of dollars and helping to rebuild a school there. With the support of the Dean's Undergraduate Scholarship, he also founded 180 Degrees, a pro bono student consultancy helping non-pro ts to overcome business challenges, which currently has 250 students working on 32 projects worldwide. This year he won the NSW Rhodes Scholarship, which will take him to Oxford University to further his studies and learn more ways to help. Don't let anything stop you. No problem is too hard to x. We'll give you the tools and the opportunities, you just bring the passion.