POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS

Scholarships and prizes evening - 2013 Archive

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Winners of 2013 prizes for postgraduate study

GROUP PHOTO

Image 1: (Krysia Heron, Meganingrum Tokhman [Lee Moskal Memorial Grant Scholarship, undergraduate award recipients]) Kit Yan Chu, Michael Hanratty, Brittany Johnson, Katrina Thorpe and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

AUSTRALIAN POSTGRADUATE AWARDS

Image 2: Kit Yan Chu and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

PhD.

These scholarships recognise students of exceptional research potential, enabling them to undertake a higher degree by research at an Australian university. The scheme is administered by the Commonwealth Department of Education and Communities in conjunction with Australian universities.

AUSTRALIAN POSTGRADUATE AWARDS

Image 3: Michael Hanratty and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

PhD.

These scholarships recognise students of exceptional research potential, enabling them to undertake a higher degree by research at an Australian university. The scheme is administered by the Commonwealth Department of Education and Communities in conjunction with Australian universities.

AUSTRALIAN POSTGRADUATE AWARDS

Image 4: Brittany Johnson and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

PhD.

These scholarships recognise students of exceptional research potential, enabling them to undertake a higher degree by research at an Australian university. The scheme is administered by the Commonwealth Department of Education and Communities in conjunction with Australian universities.

AUSTRALIAN POSTGRADUATE AWARDS

Image 5: Katrina Thorpe and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

PhD.

These scholarships recognise students of exceptional research potential, enabling them to undertake a higher degree by research at an Australian university. The scheme is administered by the Commonwealth Department of Education and Communities in conjunction with Australian universities.

GROUP PHOTO

Image 6: Virandi Wettewa, Leticia Funston, Claudia Alarcon Espinoza, Abdul Hadi, Alexandra McCormick, Elaine Ng, Hua Zhong, Fei Fei Han and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

ALEXANDER MACKIE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS

Image 7: Virandi Wettewa and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

PhD.

This fellowship was created in 1942 from donations made by staff of the former Sydney Teacher's College, in recognition of Alexander Mackie, Principal of the College from 1906 to 1940 and Professor of Education at the University of Sydney from 1920 to 1940. The fellowships support travel outside Australia for the purpose of advanced study or research.

KATHARINE OGILVIE MEMORIAL AWARD

Image 8: Leticia Funston and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

PhD.

This award was established in 1988 following donations received from a group of retired social workers to honour social worker Katharine Ogilvie, and to support postgraduate research in social work. Katharine Ogilvie graduated from the University of Sydney in 1924 with a Bachelor of Arts. A pioneering social worker, she was a woman of clear vision, undaunted enthusiasm and boundless energy. She was one of the small number of people whose efforts established social work as a profession in Australia.

THOMAS T. ROBERTS EDUCATION FELLOWSHIPS

Image 9: Claudia Alarcon Espinoza and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

PhD.

Established in 1964 by a bequest from Thomas T. Roberts, who was a lecturer at the Sydney Teacher's College from 1908 to 1940 and at the University of Sydney from 1920 to 1940. The fellowships are awarded to support overseas travel for study and research into education.

THOMAS T. ROBERTS EDUCATION FELLOWSHIPS

Image 10: Abdul Hadi Espinoza and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

PhD.

Established in 1964 by a bequest from Thomas T. Roberts, who was a lecturer at the Sydney Teacher's College from 1908 to 1940 and at the University of Sydney from 1920 to 1940. The fellowships are awarded to support overseas travel for study and research into education.

THOMAS AND ETHEL MARY EWING POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP

Image 11: Alexandra McCormick and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

Postdoctoral PhD.

The scholarships were established in 1964 by a bequest from Dr Thomas Ewing and on this occasion are to be awarded to enable postdoctoral scholars to conduct full time teaching and research in the Faculty of Education and Social Work.

OUTSTANDING RESEARCH STUDENT AWARD AND BEST PAPER AWARD

Image 12: Elaine Ng and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

PhD.

Thesis: Cognitive advantages of writing in two languages: bilinguals, biliterates and monolinguals.

To encourage new researchers in education and social work, the faculty's Office of Doctoral Studies recognises the postgraduate research student who prepares the best 5000 word paper for the Research Students Forum.

OUTSTANDING RESEARCH STUDENT AWARD AND BEST PAPER AWARD

Image 13: Hua Zhong and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

PhD.

Thesis: Learning to use a word: What receptive vocabulary knowledge is needed for its productive use.

To encourage new researchers in education and social work, the faculty's Office of Doctoral Studies recognises the postgraduate research student who prepares the best 5000 word paper for the Research Students Forum.

OUTSTANDING RESEARCH STUDENT AWARD AND BEST PAPER AWARD

Image 14: Fei Fei Han and Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson AM.

PhD.

Thesis: Evidence for two hypotheses in foreign language reading among Chinese learners of English: inhibition or compensation?

To encourage new researchers in education and social work, the faculty's Office of Doctoral Studies recognises the postgraduate research student who prepares the best 5000 word paper for the Research Students Forum.