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Physics student awarded Gates scholarship to Cambridge

University of Auckland physics student Caleb Todd is the sole New Zealander to win a coveted Gates Foundation 2022 scholarship to Cambridge University.

New industrial scholarships focus on skills shortages in emerging technologies

QUT will focus on skills shortages in emerging technology industries with $836,000 for new research scholarships in blockchain, machine learning and the internet of things (IoT), backed by industry and the CSIRO Data 61 Next Generation Graduates Program.

Top scholars recognised for strategically important studies

Some of the University of Adelaide’s top students have been honoured with prestigious Playford Scholarships.

Meet the second class of McCall MacBain Scholars

Aspiring policy-makers, health innovators, entrepreneurs, and non-profit leaders are among the 20 newly selected McCall MacBain Scholars at McGill, Canada’s comprehensive leadership scholarship program for master’s and professional studies.

Scholarships help agriculture students aim for the top

Four University of Adelaide students have been announced as recipients of the 2022 Horizon Scholarship. The scholarships aim to develop the next generation of rural leaders.

Celebrating research excellence at the Summer Gold awards

From a digital collection of Proust’s letters to the ecology of tussock grasslands, this year’s Summer Gold awards celebrated a range of excellent research from the 2021–2022 Summer Research Scholars.

Artemis Scholarship supports two worthy students

This year’s Artemis Foundation Scholarship has gone to two recipients; teaching student Lauren Dexter and environmental planning student Penny Wallis.

Climate-action scholarships for Pacific Island nations students

The University of Melbourne has launched fully-funded climate-action scholarships for students from Pacific Island nations to support their local communities in addressing climate change.

Fogarty Scholarships offered to state’s top students

Ten of WA’s standout school leavers have received prestigious scholarships to study at The University of Western Australia.

Scholarship empowers women in STEM

Engineering student Isobella Nicholls and Computing and Mathematical Science student Courtney Wilson are the inaugural winners of the TOMRA Fresh Food Scholarship for Women in STEM.
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