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LYNDSAY MCLEOD

Celebrating and supporting Tasmanians who have travelled overseas on a Churchill Fellowship, to gain knowledge and experience to benefit the community on their return.

14.11.18 | DEBORAH WACE SHARING HER SKILLS

Would you like to come with me on a journey into Herbarium collections in Florence, Kew Gardens and France? Join me for the first showing of a 20 min film, slideshow and talk about my recent Churchill Fellowship to study the early French botanical, historical collections from Tasmania. So many of you followed my travels […]

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25.09.18 | 2018 CHURCHILL FELLOWS ANNOUNCED TODAY!

Congratulations to: Julie Dunbabin –           The Elvie Munday Churchill Fellowship to investigate factors that enable school lunch programs to impact positively on  student  health and wellbeing – UK, Netherlands, France, Finland, USA, Japan Andrew Emery –          To review successful service models of firefighters providing emergency medical care to the community – Ireland, Canada, USA Ganga […]

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13.09.18 | NATIONAL CONVENTION OF CHURCHILL FELLOWS 2019

Registrations are NOW OPEN for the National Convention of Churchill Fellows 2019, in Hobart – 5th to 7th April 2019. For more information visit www.churchillconventiontas.org.au or to register CLICK HERE

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09.09.18 | JON LANE’S WORK ON ‘FAST FORWARD’

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-09/peer-support-program-helping-burnt-out-emergency-workers/10217108

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11.06.18 | BILL LOVERING OAM

1979 Churchill Fellow Bill Lovering has been awarded an OAM in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours recognising his service to the community, both here in Hobart and through feeding the homeless at Tweed Heads.

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29.05.18 | IS YOUR DIARY UP TO DATE?

18.01.18 | 2018 NATIONAL ROADSHOW COMES TO TASMANIA

Travel to investigate. Return to innovate! Travel overseas to investigate inspiring practices that benefit Australian communities on a Churchill Fellowship!

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APPLYING FOR A FELLOWSHIP

Churchill Fellowships allow you to design your own research project, travel the world, and further your knowledge in your chosen field, before returning to make a real contribution to Australian society.

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DOREEN BATEY

1969 Fellowship

To attend a public health nursing administration course and to observe the latest developments in public health nursing - UK, USA, Canada, Malaysia

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GINA ROSE (NEE BASHFORD)

2009 Fellowship

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to study the practice of aural development strategies in vocal performance and teaching - Hungary, Finland, UK

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