The Clark Davis Ivins Memorial Endowment in 2014 by the family of Private Clark Davis Ivins, an Australian soldier who died during World War II. He was just 24-years-old when he died of wounds received at the Battle of Milne Bay in Papua New Guinea in 1942.
His life may have been a short one, but the part he played in the Battle of Milne Bay, a battle that was the first Japanese defeat on land in the Pacific War, is one that certainly made a difference to the lives of many Australians, both young and old, today.
To commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Milne Bay in 2017, the Endowment was expanded to offer the Clark Davis Ivins Memorial Travel Grant.
Field of study
Bachelor of International Security Studies
To be eligible for the award the applicant must be an ANU student who is:
a domestic or international student; and
enrolled in a Bachelor of International Security Studies; and
participating in a Global Learning Program offered by the ANU
The Clark Davis Ivins Memorial Travel Grant provides financial support to students in the Bachelor of International Security Studies undertaking a global learning experience as part of their academic program. The amount of the award will be determined annually and published at the time of applications opening. The grant is paid in a single instalment to the recipient prior to their approved travel.
How to apply
Applications are submitted online via the ANU Global Programs Terradotta system annually.
Variable once off payment. The value of the award is stated in your letter of offer. The award will be paid in a single instalment prior to the recipient’s travel departure, unless otherwise stated in the letter of offer.