​1980 - 1989​



1980

Snr Const. John GREGORY
To study overseas developments in Questioned Document Examination (Documents involved in white collar crime), USA Post Office, FBI and at the Metropolitan Police Document Section, London – USA, UK

Mr Richard HERLIHY
To study overseas advances to Hydrographic Surveying and Coastal Investigations – USA, UK, Holland

Dr Mike WALKER
To study British fishing and fish management techniques and their relevance to the Australian 200 Mile fishing zone – UK

Miss Trish WILLIAMS
To study the development of high school organisational structure curriculum and teacher/pupil relationships designed to enable alienated and deprived students to undertake training that will ease the transition from a school to workforce situation – USA



1981
Mr Kevin FRANCESCONI
To study the passage and chemical conversions of pollutants in the marine environment with particular reference to their effect on commercial fisheries – USA, UK

Ms Jan KORNWEIBEL
To study developments in the practical application of microprocessor computer based aids for the disabled – USA, UK, France, Netherlands

Mr Peter LEEFLANG PSM
To study developments in the husbandry of non-human primates in renowned zoos – USA, UK

Mrs Lyn TINSLEY
To study developments in the Physiotherapy Management Programmes of arthritis sufferers – UK, Scandinavia

1982
Mr Paddy ELPHICK
To study developments in the cultivation, disease control, irrigation and marketing techniques, in the growing of proteaceous plants for the International flower trade – Sth Africa, UK, Holland

Miss Dot GOODRICK
To study methods employed in assisting single parents to mobilize and organize their own resources and capabilities – USA, UK, Sweden

Mr Duncan ORD
To study developments in theatre lighting and design and implementation – UK

Miss G. RIDSDALE
To study textile conservation and restoration techniques – USA, UK, Holland

Mr Alf STANDEN
To attend the International Foundry and the American Foundrymens' Society Casting Congresses and to study developments in foundry supervision and computing – USA, UK

Miss Alison TERRELL
To study the treatment of eye defects in children and adults and to attend international opthalmological and strabismological conferences – USA, UK



1983
Mr Chris GRANT
To study the operation, management and effectiveness of one call utility damage control systems – USA, UK

Mr Jeremy GREEN
To study the history of the 17th Century Dutch and English East India Companies operations in the Far East  Indonesia, Thailand

Mr Jeff HOPP
To study developments in organisations working with homeless and unemployed youth – USA, UK

Mrs Rosemary HOWARTH
To study developments in the palliative treatment of cancer patients at the Churchill Hospital Oxford – UK

Mr Sandy PATE
To study the cultivation of drought-resistant perennial crops suitable for cultivation in marginal soils in semi-arid areas – USA, Mexico



1984
Mr B.M. ASHWORTH
To study the provision of services, assistance and incentives to small business by governments, trade and industry organisations and private enterprise – USA, UK, Canada

Mrs May O'BRIEN
To study educational programmes aimed at enabling indigenous peoples to retain their own cultures while adjusting to that of the mainstream culture – USA, UK, Canada

Mr J. STOCKWELL
To study trout farming with particular emphasis on water supply management – UK, France, Italy, Israel

Dr John WATSON
To study the management of the Wilderness Areas and the National Parks of the Western USA, with particular emphasis on visitor safety and search and rescue – USA



1985
Ms Penelope BIRD
To study specialized equipment which promotes the functional independence of disabled children – UK, USA, Canada, NZ

Mr Peter KENYON
To study community job creation initiatives in relation to unemployment – UK, Spain, France, Belgium and Denmark

Dr Neville MARCHANT
To study early WA collections of Plant Specimens – USSR

Dr Don REID
To study Hospice Palliative Care – UK

Mrs Sally SMITH
To study training methods and developments in air sport – UK, USA

Mr Tim WILLING
To study botanical gardens and the flora of dry tropical regions – Zimbabwe, Kenya, Madagascar, Mauritius



1986
Mr Christopher BARRY
To examine the application of photographic and electronic procedures in recording eye disorders in order to improve diagnosis of eye disorders in WA – USA, UK

Mr Jim HUGHES
To study peanut growing, milling and processing in order to improve the techniques used in the Ord River Scheme – USA, Israel

Mr Phillip PAIN
To learn the latest methods of breeding and general management in captivity of birds of prey in order to improve the managements of these birds at Perth Zoo – UK, USA



1987
Mr Ronald HUNTER
To expand knowledge of breeding, growing, milling and marketing "triticale", a new grain crop, in order to expand production of the crop in Australia, especially on marginal land – Mexico, UK, FRG

Mr Stephen PHILLIPS
To visit major solar energy research institutes overseas and to apply the knowledge so gained at the Solar Energy Research Inst. of WA – USA

Miss Moira RAYNER
To study the representation of children in courts so as to improve the quality of such representation in WA – UK

Mr I. RICHMOND
The Westralian Forest Industries Limited CF to evaluate the suitability of high value tropical hardwoods from Southern India for growing in the Kimberley area of WA – India

Mr Clyde SELBY
To gain insight into youth theatre programmes in the US in order to promote standards of excellence in youth performing arts in WA – USA



1988
Mr Ken NEWBEY
To study the scientific procedures used to analyse the geological and biological characteristics of nature reserves and the impact of agricultural and other developments on the ecological balance between them – Netherlands, UK, Canada

Mr Bill PRADHAN
To visit industry consultants, government agencies and academic institutes to discuss, study and evaluate industrial risk analysis, methodology, assessment and policy – UK, Netherlands, France

Mrs Katrina SYME
To study botanical illustration, particularly fungi, in order to continue work on the collection and illustration of fungi of National Parks and reserves of the South Coast Region of WA, and also to gain information on the operation of field study centres

Det Sgt Maurie TONG
The Insurance Council of Australia (WA) CF to attend courses on arson investigation and to study current developments with statutory bodies overseas to obtain information that will assist in the detection, investigation and successful apprehension of offenders.

Mr Greg WALLACE
The Aust War Memorial CF to study Federal and Provincial Museum policies and the implementation of extension services and to study display, education and information programmes and their use of audio visual and computer systems – USA, Canada

Mr Ron WATKINS
To survey water use management and agroforestry expertise outside Australia to determine its application to WA, with particular reference to the further development of integrated whole farm/whole landscape system planning – USA, UK, Netherlands, Israel

Mr Kevin WRINGE
To examine advanced crisis care services overseas and to study the delivery and use of crisis intervention services in the social welfare field – USA, UK



1989
Mr Glenn CAPELLI
To study at the Society for Accelerated Learning and Teaching in order to relate the teaching to fostering self-esteem in youth – USA

Mr Nick CAPUTI
The Western Australian Fishing Industry Council CF to study fisheries stock assessment methods with particular attention to lobster recruitment studies – USA, UK, Canada, Sweden

Det Sgt Lilly CVIJIC
To attend courses and gain experience in matters relating to child sexual abuse from the law enforcement aspect – UK, NZ, USA, Canada

Mr Barry DUCK
To investigate all areas of concern relating to the storage and transportation of hazardous materials – USA, UK, Netherlands

Mr Patrick McCLURE
To visit and study the operation of non-profit community enterprises involved in the provision of food for people on low income – USA, UK, Canada

Mr David PACK
To review high pressure natural gas turbine meter calibration facilities, research and standards laboratories – UK, USA, Netherlands

© 2018 by Churchill Fellows' Association Western Australia