The First Step Feb. 2011 - Page 7

.................................................................... Name: Jen Phan Studying: Biomedical Science/ Laws Position: Vice President (Recreation) What initially drew you to BIAS: As a biomed student, I have an interest in Indigenous health issues. BIAS allows me to explore and learn about these issues as well as complimenting my research studies in this area within my degree. What are you doing to raise awareness about Indigenous issues: I am responsible for working with my very Social partner, David Tyquin, to bring prominent speakers to the university, as well as organising the BIAS Social Justice trip. Events in the past have included the Sea of Hands charity event. Name: Kim Brown Studying: Bachelor of Laws/Business Position: Treasurer What drew you to BIAS: The club aims to address current and topical social issues within Australia. What do you think has been BIAS' greatest success: The Social Justice Trip represents the pinnacle of what this club stands for; proactive social change. This was one of the greatest experiences of my life and I would implore everyone to undertake this opportunity.