DOREEN BATEY

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

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)

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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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FELLOWS

1966

DR LYNDSAY MCLEOD

To undertake a post-graduate course in Chemical Pharmacology at the Medical School, University of Edinburgh and other investigations - UK

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1966

JEAN RUSSELL

To observe overseas female probation, parole & prison procedures - UK, USA, Sweden, Canada

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1966

DAVID STEANE

To study recent developments in the various branches of conservation and management of natural resources - UK

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1966

DR TREVOR BEARD

To study for Master of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley, for one academic year and visit Iceland to study hydatid eradication - USA, Iceland

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1967

REX HOBCROFT

To observe and discuss at first hand, University and Conservatorium courses, school music education and teacher training programmes and contemporary music developments - USA, Japan, Germany, Finland, Russia, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Iran, India, Thailand, China,

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1967

JAMES MCCONNELL

Undertake a course in Veterinary Disease Control - UK

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1967

ALAN TURNER

To improve knowledge and skill in all forms of art and art techniques and observe and study original works of art and forms of architecture - Fiji, USA, UK, Netherlands, France, Italy, Greece, India, Thailand

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1968

WILLIAM F ELLIS OBE

To study facilities and methods of museums and the means by which these institutions are blended into the cultural, educational and economic life of the communities they serve - USA, UK, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Italy

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1968

KINGSLEY HOCKINGS

To study and observe research into methodology, administration and problems associated with disasters and to familiarise with the activities of Red Cross - USA, Switzerland

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1968

BARRY MCNEILL

To undertake one academic year of postgraduate study and research within the city planning schools at MIT and/or Harvard, together with study visits and practical experience at other architectural and planning schools and planning agencies - USA, UK, Sweden, Finland

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LAWRENCE (LAURIE) BONNEY

1986 Fellowship

To investigate the organisation and conduct of training courses for farmers and for those planning to follow farming careers - UK, USA

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GLEN MURRAY

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

2011 Fellowship

To study community cultural engagement - UK, Portugal, USA

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FELLOWS

1969

CHRISTIAN WOJTOWICZ

To study with Professor Andre Navarra at Paris Conservatorium and to take masterclasses under other distinguished cellists - France, Switzerland, Russia

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1969

DOREEN BATEY

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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1969

DR RALPH PICKERING

To study ways and means of encouraging economic industrial development particularly in respect to the mineral industry - France, USA, Canada, UK, Italy

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1970

SISTER VALERIE BURNS

To study theological, psychological and historical perspectives of contemporary teaching of religion - USA

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1970

DR ATHOL CORNEY

To study geriatric medicine and gerontology - UK, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands

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1970

JUSTICE HENRY COSGROVE

To study the development of post-graduate vocational training for law graduates in legal practice - UK, New Zealand, Canada

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1971

DR JOHN FREEMAN

To investigate studies into renal diseases and renal centres where practical work is carried out in this field - USA

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1971

WILLIAM (BILL) GOODMAN

To study various aspects of park development and redevelopment - South Africa, France, UK, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Canada, USA

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1971

PETER KOMLOS

To study ways and means of teaching very young children to play the violin by the Suzuki method - Japan, USA, Canada

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1971

REV. RUSSELL MCKINNON

Studying radio and television systems and religious programming in Europe, United Kingdom, America & the Pacific

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LOUISE GILFEDDER OAM

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2006 Fellowship

To investigate partnership models that encourage farmers to incorporate conservation into farming practices - USA, Canada

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DR TREVOR BEARD

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1966 Fellowship

To study for Master of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley, for one academic year and visit Iceland to study hydatid eradication - USA, Iceland

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FELLOWS

1972

JOHN STEPHENS

To visit and study counselling and educational therapy methods used for preschool to leaving-age children suffering from perceptual handicaps - USA

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1972

IAN CAMERON

To study developments in respect to growing, harvesting, processing and sales of blackcurrants - USA, Canada, UK, Germany

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1972

RICHARD OLIVE

To study modern developments in the utilisation of water resources, more particularly in relation to construction methods, management techniques and control procedures - USA

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1972

ROY SKINNER

To observe and examine methods of cave conservation and modern ways and means of improving facilities in caves to suit the requirements of the visiting public - New Zealand, Japan, USA, South Africa, UK, France, Switzerland, Austria, Lebanon

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1973

ANGELA ADAMS (NOW PROSSER-GREEN)

To study developments in the care, general administration of institutions and facilities available for handicapped children - UK

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1973

RUTH BLATT

To further studies on the oboe and improve techniques both in the fields of performance and pedagogy - Germany

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1973

MATRON PATRICIA DONNELLY

To gain further insight into present and future overseas trends in nursing administration and nursing education - UK, Canada

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1973

LYNDON WILSON

To increase knowledge of the facets of puppetry - Japan, Russia, Yugoslavia, Germany, UK, USA

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1974

NIGEL BENTLEY

To study the "open-plan" structure of primary school education - USA, UK

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1974

PETER CUNDALL AO

To study modern developments in the presentation of television programmes, more particularly in respect of garden cultivation and design techniques - USA, UK, South Africa

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PHEROZE JUNGALWALLA

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1985 Fellowship

To study marine aquaculture of salmonids - Norway

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FELLOWS

1977

ADRIAN CUTHBERTSON

To study the propagation, culture and development to maturity of shellfish, in partucular abalone - USA, Japan, Mexico

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1977

SISTER PATRICIA HEWITT (NOW MAVROMATIS)

To study overseas developments in family planning education particularly in relation to youth programmes - UK, Italy, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia

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1977

PETER MURPHY

To undertake a Samaritan training course in counselling and befriending people - UK

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1977

NORMAN (BRIAN) SIMS

To study the latest overseas innovations and techniques in specialist low vision clinics - USA, UK

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1978

SISTER ANNE PIASZCZYK

To study the techniques of nursing cancer patients (Oncology) - USA, UK

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1978

HADLEY SIDES

To study overseas developments in regional employment promotion and employment planning for non-metropolitan areas - Italy, France, Ireland, UK

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1978

GEORGE BROWN AM.

To research biographical information relating to early Tasmanian artists and their art - UK, France, Norway, Germany

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1978

PATRICIA CORBY (NEE HARRIS)

To study developments in community based treatment as an alternative to residential care, with particular reference to teenage girls and their specific problems in unemployment, accommodation and promiscuity - UK

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1979

KEVIN BELL

To attend special opthalmic courses on diagnostic fluorescein angiography techniques of the eye and associated instrumentation - Germany, UK, USA

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1979

BERYL HAYNES AM.

To study the methods employed for the most economic use of physiotherapy services for hospitals, rehabilitation centres and domicilliary care - Canada, UK, USA, Sweden, Germany

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FELLOWS

1979

WILLIAM LOVERING

To study developments in the prevention, care and rehabilitation of homeless alcoholics - USA, Canada, Sweden

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1979

TOM PICKERING

To study jazz music as a clarinet and saxophone player, and the history of jazz - USA, UK, France

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1980

STEPHEN (STEVE) BIDDULPH

To gain practical training in preventative mental health methods recently developed in the USA at the Western Institute for Group and Family Therapy and at the Human Development Training Institute - USA

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1980

ROGER CALVERT

To study overseas developments in the handling and on-growing of hatchery seed oysters - USA, UK

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1980

ROBERT MALLETT

To study overseas developments in hydroponic glasshouse production using the Nutrient Film Technique and modern heat conservation methods as used in the UK and Channel Islands - UK

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1981

JAMES SIMMONDS

To study developments in trade unions with particular emphasis on representation of minorities and the structure developed as a result of union amalgamation - UK, Canada

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1981

MARJORIE KNOX

To undertake a course in the further education, training and employment of educationally disadvantaged students at the University of London, and to study developments in compensatory education - UK

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1981

ANTHONY (TONY) MAY

To study developments in the maintenance and management of botanical gardens and similar education institutions - UK, Netherlands, USA, Canada

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1982

IAN NORTON

To study techniques and developments in biological preparation and the conservation of maritime archaeological and archival materials using advanced freeze-drying processes - USA, UK, Denmark

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1982

KEVIN PERKINS

To study and observe the style and developments occurring in furniture designers/makers and Indigenous woodworkers - UK, USA, Canada

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FELLOWS

1985

BERNICE GERRAND (NOW CHILDS)

o study developments in community based arts projects - UK

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1986

SALICE COX

To visit major diabetes centres to study all aspects of diabetes techniques in order to develop diabetes education services in Tasmania - USA, Germany, UK, Switzerland

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1986

LAWRENCE (LAURIE) BONNEY

To investigate the organisation and conduct of training courses for farmers and for those planning to follow farming careers - UK, USA

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1987

PETER MCQUILLIAN

To learn new techniques in the identification and classification of moths and caterpillars in order to benefit Tasmanian agriculture, forestry and conservation - Canada, USA, UK, France, Germany

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1987

DEREK CROPP

To study the hatching and culture of scallops in order to improve Australian and particularly Tasmanian scallop yields - China, Japan, Canada, New Zealand

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1988

SNR SERGEANT BARRY BENNETT

To study security and control of licit poppy cultivation, legislation, administrative, investigative and enforcement techniques and the relationship with the illicit drug trade - Austria, Germany, Denmark, Canada, USA

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1988

NOEL DAVIES

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to visit leading research and applications laboratories in the area of gas chromatography and mass spectrometry, with emphasis on analytical work in the fields of natural product chemistry and forensic science and to attend the 11th Triennial International Spectrometry Conference - UK, France

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1988

MARK PHILLIPS

To gain experience, further technical skills and stimulation from a wide range of practising artisans and to study furniture design and making at Penland Institute for Craft and Haystack Mountain School of Craft - USA

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1989

JULIA CLARK

The Hobart Mercury Churchill Fellowship to visit social history museums and to study displays of working life and industry - UK

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1990

DR WAYNE TIBBITS

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to study forest tree breeding programmes and management of experimental data and analysis for improving the quality of fast-grown plantation eucalypts in Australia - USA, UK, Canada

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FELLOWS

1990

BRUCE CHETWYND

To study the latest principles and practices in planning and management of scenic values of native forest lands, as well as forest visual management for timber harvests and roads in natural areas - USA

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1991

SIMON CURRANT

To study the management and marketing of tourism in wilderness areas - Canada, USA, Norway

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1991

LOUIS (LOU) RAE

To study tourist railways and transport museums and carry out historical research on Tasmanian railway records - UK

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1991

DR STEVEN SMITH

To investigate current methods of wildlife research and management in world heritage areas and biosphere reserves - Argentina, Chile, Canada, USA

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1991

NEIL WADE

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to undertake study of urban architectural conservation with particular reference to the integration of contemporary architecture into historic urban environments - Canada, USA, France, Italy, UK

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1992

ANNE MCCONNELL

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to study and practice the perinatal and neonatal veterinary care of foals - USA

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1992

ANNETTE ROEHRER

To investigate programmes that enhance eduational and vocational opportunities for adolescents with traumatic spinal injuries and congenital spinal impairments - USA, UK

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1992

GEOFFREY SMITH

The Tasmanian Law Society Churchill Fellowship to study police ethics and the manner in which this subject is taught to police officers - USA

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1993

LES BLAKEBROUGH

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to study the latest techniques used in ceramic production - Denmark, Norway, Finland, UK

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1993

LYNNE FARRELL

To undertake intensive training in order to gain knowledge of the true spirit of the art of Bonsai - Japan UK

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FELLOWS

1994

ROBERT BURROWS

The Tasmanian Law Society Churchill Fellowship to study ways to assist all kinds of young people in learning and reaching maturity - USA

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1994

GARRY LANGFORD

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to study pome and stone fruit rootstock production including tissue culture - USA, Canada, UK, France, Netherlands, Germany

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1994

ROBERT PARKER

The Retail Management Institute of Australia Churchill Fellowship to study the latest trends in retailing - UK, USA, Germany

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1994

SHIRLEY APTHORP

The Peter Mitchell Churchill Fellowship to study music criticism - UK, Germany

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1995

MARTIN DUMARESQ

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to study factors affecting the eating quality of beef and the genetic traits which determine meat quality - USA

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1995

PIERS HART

To examine commercial hatchery and growout techniques for flatfish, particularly the use of cages - Japan, Norway, Spain, UK, France

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1995

DR PHILIP THOMSON

To study medical history and pharmacy displays at significant museums - UK, USA

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1995

PAUL BOLAND

To investigate procedures used internationally for the propagation and further growing of walnut trees - USA, France

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1996

JAMES CANE

To gain experience in the management and development of Botanical Gardens - Germany, UK (Partially supported by the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens)

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1996

MURRAY FLITCROFT

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to study the revitalising of geological, mining and industrial heritage sites - New Zealand, UK, Germany, USA

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FELLOWS

2001

ANDREW WARNER

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to examine private forestry extension services, particularly relating to wood production and conservation values, to be implemented by private growers in Tasmania - USA

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2002/2

ANDREW (ANDY) GAMLIN

To visit wooden boat centres to learn about organisational structures, funding sources, operations, education programmes, boat building methods, promotion techniques and tourism aspects - USA, France, Denmark, Norway

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2002/2

KAREN MULHUYSEN

To examine the relationship between school based sexuality education and adolescent sexual behaviour, in particular adolescent pregnancy and safe sex practices - U.K., Ireland, Sweden, Netherlands

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2002/1

ANDREW BISHOP

The Swire Group Churchill Fellowship to investigate advanced Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques, systems and adoption in Scandinavia with potential application in Australian horticulture - Denmark, Finland, Sweden

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2002/1

LIS DE VRIES

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to research models addressing long term unemployment and regional disadvantage and their application to Tasmania - Canada, U.K., Netherlands

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2002/1

JANICE FORBES

To investigate the application of age-integrated co-housing to improve the quality of life of older people - USA, Canada, Denmark

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2002/1

DAVID LASKEY

To study food and wine festivals - Ireland, U.K., Italy, France, USA

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2002/2

NEROLI ARMSTRONG

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to acquire knowledge and gain experience in the management and latest developments of care, research and education for people living with Type 1 diabetes - USA, Canada, Denmark, U.K.

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2003

TANIA BOSAK

To undertake an intensive course of practical study and research in the percussive dance styles of Korea - South Korea

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2003

JULIA FASSINA

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to study juvenile justice programs and initiatives in the areas of restorative justice, delinquency prevention, early intervention strategies and juvenile detention centres that are addressing contemporary youth justice and juvenile issues - Italy, Canada, USA

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FELLOWS

2003

KATHRYN MEDLOCK

To study natural history collections and examine how museums balance issues of making the material accessible to the public with the need to preserve it for the future - U.K., Russia, France, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, USA

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2003

STUART THORN

To develop regional capacity through community-based enterprise with emphasis on shared workshops and business incubator enterprises - Spain, USA, U.K.

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2004

CONSTANTINE (CON) KOUKIAS

To establish links with contemporary opera companies and other professional artistic organisations to facilitate international touring opportunities, foster co-productions and create mentorship and exchange programs - Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France, U.K., USA, Singapore

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2004

MARK SALTER

To study the technology used for out-of-season raspberry production, particularly methods using various types of growing medium and nutrient requirements for greenhouse raspberry production - USA, Belgium, U.K.

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2004

DR THERESA (TERRI) SIMPKIN

To investigate activities/programs in tourism and hospitality linking business operations, customer/visitor services and human resource management aimed at improving visitor experiences and business outcomes - U.K., Ireland, USA

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2005

RYK GODDARD

To research the methods, management and programming of schools of performance with the aim of establishing a Centre for Professional Development for mid-career and emerging theatre artists - USA, U.K., France, Netherlands

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2005

MICHAEL (MIKE) HARRIS

To study radical advances in amateur radio and ascertain how these operations may be transferred to Australia - USA, U.K.

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2005

DR ANTHEA VREUGDENHIL

To investigate the development and delivery of physical exercise programs for people with senile dementia - USA, Canada

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2005

SALLYANN DAKIS

To study the value adding and marketing of both niche and bulk cherry products for the food processing industry and explore their potential for Australia - USA, U.K., France, Singapore

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2006

LOUISE GILFEDDER OAM

To investigate partnership models that encourage farmers to incorporate conservation into farming practices - USA, Canada

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FELLOWS

2006

BENJAMIN KEARNEY

The Jack Sheeran Churchill Fellowship to investigate environmentally friendly and sustainable packaging technologies for the baking industry - Italy, Germany, U.K., USA

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2006

JABRA LATHAM

To study classical saxophone teaching strategies, techniques and philosophies - Germany, Netherlands, U.K., France, Switzerland, USA

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2006

BRIAN LOOKER

The 40th Anniversary Churchill Fellowship (TAS) to study advances in museum diorama construction and model making techniques and materials to effectively blend historical techniques with new materials for current application - USA, U.K., Germany, Italy, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg

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2006

TIMOTHY PENNY

To study and evaluate innovative primary and secondary school design that illustrate alternative models applicable for Tasmanian schools - USA, Netherlands, Finland, Denmark

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2007

DR BERNARDO LEON DE LA BARRA

To study methods for improving the 'hands-on' teaching of science, engineering and technology education from primary school to university - Finland, Sweden, Norway, USA

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2007

DEBRA MACKEEN

To study sustainable management systems and markets for recovered waste materials - New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Canada

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2007

ANGELA DRIVER

The Peter Mitchell Churchill Fellowship to examine how performance events can create a shift in ideas and perceptions within a community with emphasis on social and political empowerment - USA, Canada, U.K., South Africa

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2007

CHRISTOPHER ARNOL

The Lord Mayor's Bushfire Appeal Churchill Fellowship to examine contemporary methods for managing bushfires that directly threaten the urban environment - USA, Spain, France, Italy, Portugal, Greece

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2007

ALAN IRISH

The Jack Green Churchill Fellowship to research cross-breeding options to establish an Australian breed of dairy sheep - USA, Canada, Italy, Israel

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2008

INSPECTOR TIMOTHY DOOLEY

To study youth intervention residential care programs for at risk youths aged between 12-16 years - USA, Canada

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FELLOWS

2008

LYNTON FOSTER

The Jack Green Churchill Fellowship to study artisanal farmhouse cheesemaking techniques particularly the application of microfiltration technology - France, Ireland, U.K.

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2008

PAUL JOHNSTON

The A.V. Jennings Churchill Fellowship to study contemporary design developments in social housing - UK, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Finland

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2008

LINTON KERBER

To study approaches to community sport and recreation infrastructure provision - Canada

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2008

GEMMA WEBBERLEY

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to examine the sustainable practices required to maintain house museums in the 21st Century - U.K.

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2008

BRADLEY WILLIAMS

To study the use of traditional lime products in architectural sandstone conservation - U.K.

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2009

GINA ROSE (NEE BASHFORD)

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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2009

ANNE KELLY

Vincent Fairfax Churchill Fellowship to gain practical experience in the application of Restorative Therapies for people living with dementia

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2009

INSPECTOR DARREN HOPKINS

To study contemporary land-based search and rescue coordination - New Zealand, USA, Canada, UK

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2009

PHILIP SMITH

To study traditional French bow making techniques from Master craftsmen - France

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2010

DION LESTER

To investigate land use planning approaches for the establishment and facilitation of urban agriculture - UK, Cuba, Canada

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FELLOWS

2010

GEOFFREY (GEOFF) LAW

To explore the challenges facing temperate forests in World Heritage Areas - USA, Japan, Slovakia

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2010

DR REBECCA JONES

To visit centres of Eucalyptus research to learn techniques for the analysis of the Eucalyptus genome sequence - UK, France, USA

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2010

TRAVIS TIDDY

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to conduct research into post-industrial sites for community development and geo-tourism opportunities - Italy, Germany, UK, Ireland

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2010

DR ALICE DOWNIE

The Bob and June Prickett Churchill Fellowship to study eye banking retrieval systems for the purposes of corneal transplantation - UK, USA

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2011

DR RICHARD (RICK) STUART-SMITH

To investigate the establishment of a marine research and conservation network of scientifically-trained volunteer divers - Seychelles, UK, Maldives, Tanzania, Bonaire

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2011

GLEN MURRAY

To study community cultural engagement - UK, Portugal, USA

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2011

MARK COLEGRAVE

To develop skills to improve lighting techniques and efficiencies within contemporary and heritage listed museum buildings - USA, UK, France, Germany

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2011

NATASHA NIEUWHOF

To investigate how collaborative marketing activities amongst vineyards contribute to the success of wine tourism in that region - USA, Canada

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2011

DANIELLE LE ROSSIGNOL

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to study programs that will benefit children and adolescents with specific language impairment and dyslexia - UK, USA

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2012

LLOYD HUDSON

The Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank New Churchill Fellowship to undertake an investigation of piccolo performance and teaching - Hong Kong, Germany, UK, USA

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FELLOWS

2012

ASHLEY HUNTINGTON

To study the use of fruit in real ale production and floor malting - Belgium, France, UK, USA

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2012

ELIZA WOOD

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to learn how farmers of rare breed pigs and pork products can incorporate tourism into their businesses without compromising farm integrity and production - UK, Italy, Spain, France

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2012

MARION HALE

To investigate approaches to assist pregnant women to stop smoking and remain smoke free after giving birth - New Zealand, Canada, UK

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2012

NICHOLAS HADDOW

To investigate branding strategies for island communities to build competitive advantage, economic growth and stronger communities - Canada, UK, Iceland

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2012

DR KAREN BARRY

To examine low-input farming systems that enhance mycorrhizal fungi for increased crop productivity - USA, Canada

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2013

GEOFFREY DOBSON

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to investigate exceptional public and creative learning programs of leading multi-arts centres – United Kingdom, United States of America.

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2013

CHRISTOPHER(CHRIS) WHITE

To study the development of improved long–range forecasts of extreme weather events, and to assess their potential usability, application and appropriate methods of communication for use in Australia – Sweden, UK and USA.

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2013

KAREN BARRY

To examine low-input farming systems that enhance mycorrhizal fungi for increased crop productivity - USA, Canada

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2013

NICHOLAS HADDOW

To investigate branding strategies for island communities to build competitive advantage, economic growth and stronger communities - Canada, UK, Iceland

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2013

LLOYD HUDSON

The Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank New Churchill Fellowship to undertake an investigation of piccolo performance and teaching - Hong Kong, Germany, UK, USA

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FELLOWS

2013

ELIZA WOOD

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to learn how farmers of rare breed pigs and pork products can incorporate tourism into their businesses without compromising farm integrity and production - UK, Italy, Spain, France

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2013

ADAM EDWARDS

To undertake advanced training in traditional Hardanger fiddle making - Norway

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2013

ANN DODD

The Dr Dorothea Sandars Churchill Fellowship to study and experience innovative care models, including best practice specialist nursing services for people living with parkinsonism, including Parkinson's Disease - UK, Netherlands, Sweden

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2014

LESLEY RICHARDSON

The Park Family Churchill Fellowship to investigate the youth engagement, and industry collaboration strategies of high performing vocational and technical education systems (VET) - UK, Germany

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2014

GAVIN MERRINGTON

To research the latest heritage stained glass restoration techniques and isothermal protective glazing systems - UK, France, Germany, USA

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2014

STEPHEN BENTLEY

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to investigate effective models of re-engaging traumatised children with education - USA, UK

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2014

NORMAN REED

To create the role of prison based Family Support Workers in Risdon Prison and recruit/develop a team of workers - Singapore, UK, Belgium, Switzerland, France

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2014

STEPHEN BENTLEY

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to investigate effective models of re-engaging traumatised children with education - USA, UK

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2014

JONATHAN DUDDLES

To investigate how successful environmental charities have created a culture of philanthropy to build financial resilience and long term environmental outcomes - UK, Canada, USA

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2014

JONATHAN LANE

To improve the psychiatric care of Australian Defence Force veterans through the implementation of policy informed by international best practice in military mental health - USA

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FELLOWS

2014

GAVIN MERRINGTON

To research the latest heritage stained glass restoration techniques and isothermal protective glazing systems - UK, France, Germany, USA

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2014

JONATHON LANE

To improve the psychiatric care of Australian Defence Force veterans through the implementation of policy informed by international best practice in military mental health - USA

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2014

NORMAN REED

To create the role of prison-based Family Support Workers in Risdon Prison and recruit/develop a team of workers - Singapore, UK, Belgium, Switzerland, France

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2014

JONATHON DUDDLES (To investigate how successful environmental charities have created a culture of philanthropy to build financial resilience and long term environmental outcomes - UK, Canada, USA )

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2015

CLARE HAWKINS

The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to design enduring methods that engage nature lovers to monitor wildlife population sizes and needs - USA, Hungary, UK

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2015

STEVEN HARRISON

The Park Family Churchill Fellowship to investigate school to work apprenticeship pathways in the European salmon aquaculture industry - Norway, UK

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2015

SIMONE WALTERS

The Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank New Churchill Fellowship to study Baroque bassoon performance practices - Netherlands, UK, Germany

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2015

STEPHEN GEASON

To conduct meaningful research into age care facilities which will assist in designing for dementia - UK, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway

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2015

NATASHA WOODS

To investigate arts in prisons particularly its capacity to reduce recidivism and produce savings - UK, USA, New Zealand

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2015

SIMONE WALTERS

The Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank New Churchill Fellowship to study Baroque bassoon performance practices - Netherlands, UK, Germany

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FELLOWS

INTERSTATE FELLOWS

1966

DON GREGG (New Zealand)

Museum administration and adult education through museums, particularly in regard to geology

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1977

DAVID NUTTALL (QLD)

To study oboe performances under Heinz Holliger - Germany

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1987

CLYDE SELBY (WA)

To gain insight into youth theatre programmes in the US in order to promote standards of excellence in youth performing arts in Western Australia - USA

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1991

MARGARET WHITE (Vic)

To observe and investigate current policy, practice, programming and research in hospital schools and child-life departments within major paediatric hospitals - USA, Canada, UK

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1991

GEMMA BLACK (ACT)

To study the art of teaching calligraphy - UK, Belgium

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1994

PROF. EDWARD (TED) LEFROY (WA)

The Wesfarmers Churchill Fellowship to study examples of the integration of trees and shrubs into dryland farming systems for conservation of land and water - South Africa, Kenya, France, USA

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1996

SHAN DENG (QLD)

The Peter Mitchell Churchill Fellowship to carry out intensive study and training on solo piano and concerto repertoire - South Africa

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1999

DEBORAH TERRY (NEE MILLER) (NSW)

To investigate and research the advances of thermal power plant designs and modifications to control and decrease atmospheric emissions and solid wastes - Japan

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2000

PETER LANE (Vic)

To study successful apprenticeship growth strategies - Ireland, UK, USA

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2002/2

JEANETTE FISHER (Vic)

The Jack Green Churchill Fellowship to investigate calf rearing systems with emphasis on neonatal bovine immunology, calf nutrition, feed conversion and the use of natural medicines to reduce dependence on antibiotics - USA, Canada, Ireland, Denmark, Netherlands, New Zealand

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2006

DALE JONES (NT)

The 40th Anniversary Churchill Fellowship (NT) to undertake an analysis of the Ponsetti method of treating the congenital condition known as clubfoot particularly within Indigenous communities - USA, Uganda

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2006

CHRISTABEL (CHRIS) ALLISTON (SA)

To study psychosocial rehabilitation/recovery mental health services - Canada, U.K., Greece, Italy

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