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Korea Foundation Endowment »

This Endowment was established in 2001 by the Korea Foundation to support a Chair in Korean Studies at ANU. The study and research of Korea's language and culture is an important field of study at ANU, and is well supported by this Chair. This Endowment continues to build and we would welcome...

Korea Institute Endowment »

The ANU Korea Institute Endowment was established in 2008 to create a single university-wide Korea Institute whose purpose will be to foster a closer relationship between Australia and Korea through education, research and dialogue.

Kornfeld Scholarship »

The Kornfeld Scholarship was established in 1992 to enable international students, especially tenors, to study voice at the ANU School of Music.

KSW Campbell Award in Earth Sciences »

This Prize, established by Ken Campbell a long-standing ANU staff member, is awarded to a postgraduate student, Post-Doctoral Fellow or member of the University who has made an outstanding contribution toward the teaching of Earth Science.

Lady Isaacs Prize »

This Prize was established to commemorate the work of Sir Isaacs and Lady Isaacs. The Prize is awarded to the student who in that year, achieves the best result in the annual examination held in the subject of Australian History.

Larry Blakers Memorial (NMSS) Endowment »

The National Mathematics Summer School (NMSS) was established under the joint educational sponsorship of ANU and the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers Inc in 1969 by the late Professor A L Blakers AM of the University of Western Australia. NMSS is a program for the discovery and...

Lea Chapuis Memorial Fund »

This fund will support cancer research in the Fahrer laboratory at the Australian National University. Dr. Aude Fahrer, a friend of the Chapuis family, has been developing a novel cancer immunotherapy treatment.  This treatment has recently gone into a phase I clinical trial at the Canberra...

Lectureship In Persian Language And Iranian Studies »

This Endowment was established in 2000 in coordination with ANU and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The Endowment supports a Lectureship in Persian Language and Iranian Studies in order to facilitate a greater appreciation and understanding in Australia of the language, culture,...

Lectureship In Turkish Language & Culture »

This Endowment was established in 2000 to support a Lectureship in Turkish Language and Culture at the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies. This endowment continues to build and we would welcome further donations to support this field of study at ANU.

Leslie Holdsworth Allen Memorial Endowment »

Dr Holdsworth Allen (1879 – 1964) was the son of the Reverend and Mrs William Allen born in Maryborough Victoria. He was educated at Newington College Sydney, MA Sydney University, PhD Leipzig Germany. He was a Lecturer in English at Sydney Teachers College, Royal Military College Duntroon and...

Leslie Zines Memorial Endowment »

Professor Leslie Zines AO, who was Dean of the ANU Faculty of Law between 1973 and 1975, and again between 1984 and 1986, died peacefully in Canberra after a long illness on 31 May. He was 84. Working with the ANU for more than 30 years, Professor Zines made an extensive contribution to the law...

LF Crisp Memorial Prizes in Political Science »

This Prize was created in 1989 to honour the late Emeritus Professor Leslie Crisp, founding Professor of Political Science at ANU. There are two annual Prizes awarded, one to the student who achieves the best results in the first year political science courses and the other to the undergraduate...

Lionel Murphy Foundation Endowment »

The Lionel Murphy Foundation Endowment provides scholarships for postgraduate study, primarily in law and/or science, or other disciplines, where there is a chance to progress common good and welfare and to honour the legacy of the late Lionel Murphy.

Littleton Groom Memorial Scholarship »

This scholarship was established through a bequest to the University from Lady Jessie Jane Groom, widow of Sir Littleton Groom. Sir Littleton Groom was an administrative and constitutional Lawyer who held the offices of Commonwealth Attorney General and Speaker of the House of Representatives. The...

London Legal Scholarship Fund »

The ANU Law London Legal Internships support law students to undertake a supervised internship with a London Legal Firm/Barrister. The opportunity allows the recipient to gain realistic, high-level and varied legal work experience and an insight into the practice of the law in the UK that they...

Love Endowment »

In 2016, ANU lost a dear friend and esteemed colleague, Emeritus Professor John Love. Professor John Love was educated in applied mathematics at the universities of Cambridge and Oxford, then spent four years as a Postdoctoral Researcher at universities in the USA and Canada. He arrived at the...

Management Services Ag Prize in Int Business Strategy »

This Prize was established in 1999 to award a student who achieves the highest overall result in the International Business Strategy Course taken as part of the Master of Business Administration Program. This Prize continues to build and we would welcome further donations to encourage excellence in...

Marcia Ruff Hewitt Jazz & Contemporary Music Endowment  »

Annual prizes are awarded for composition and presentation of new work for Jazz Ensemble, Large Ensemble and new work by a singer songwriter

Maree Ayers Prize for Criminal Justice »

The Maree Ayers Prize was established by the Ayers family in honour of Maree, who tragically died in a car accident. Maree was an ANU Law/Science graduate who had a successful legal career in private firms, the Commonwealth DPP and composed many legal publications. Maree was a valued member of the...

Margaret Smiles Accompaniment Prize »

This Prize was established by the Canberra School of Music Community Choir in honour of the late musician, Margaret Smiles. The annual Prize is awarded for piano accompaniment at the ANU School of Music. This Prize continues to build and we would welcome further donations to support this field of...

Margo Lewin Prize for Cellists »

The Prize was established by Dr Peter Lewin in honour of Margo Lewin's contribution to music. It is awarded to a student of cello who is undertaking a Performance major and displays outstanding progress, potential and has actively contributed to the corporate life of the School of Music.

Medical Venture Endowment »

This Endowment has been established to support those studying or researching in a medical, or other health-related area to undertake a discrete set of activities, for a stated period, within the terms of the grant. Acceptable projects may focus on any part of the wide scope of factors that impinge...

Medical Workplace Abuse Research »

59% of medical trainees internationally experience harassment and discrimination during their training 33% experience sexual harassment We know that there are qualified doctors who have experienced sexual abuse by other doctors. We have no idea how common this is because there is little research...

Mervyn & Katalin Paterson Travel Scholarship »

This Endowment was established in 1998 by Professor Mervyn Paterson and Mrs Katalin Paterson to provide assistance and support to postgraduate students pursuing their studies at the Research School of Earth Sciences. Both the Mervyn and Katalin Paterson Award and the DA Brown Travel Award are...

Michael Hargrave Prize for Ophthalmology »

The Michael Hargrave Prize for Ophthalmology was established by a Canberra Specialist who was greatly inspired by his mentor and wished to honour him in naming the Prize. The Prize encourages excellence in Ophthalmology by awarding the student who, in that year, was enrolled in Year Four of the...

Mick Dodson Endowment »

The Mick Dodson Prize within the ANU College of Law supports an undergraduate student with the most outstanding academic merit in the area of Law. The Aileen Moreton-Robinson Prize is also awarded from this fund to the most outstanding indigenous law student in Honours.

Mick Williams Prize in History »

This Prize was established in memory of Professor Mick Williams, former Chair of History at ANU, specialising in 17th Century British History. The Mick Williams Prize is awarded each year to an undergraduate student who achieves the best results in History Honours. This Prize continues to build and...

Minoru Hokari Memorial Scholarship »

This Endowment was established in memory of Minoru Hokari, who made outstanding contributions towards 'cross-culturalising' historical practice and towards developing a respectful collaborative research strategy with Indigenous Australians. An annual fieldwork scholarship available to a scholar in...

Mitchell Scholarship in Economics »

The John Mitchell Scholarship was established in 2000 to support first year students from rural areas who are studying at the ANU College of Business and Economics. This Scholarship continues to build and we would welcome further donations to support students from rural and regional areas with...

Molecular Genetics of Coral Development »

The purpose of this Endowment is to promote research on the molecular genetics of coral development in the Research School of Biology.

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