​2000 - 2005

2000
Mr Stuart ANSTEE
To examine what role mining can play in biodiversity conservation – USA, Canada

Ms Louise BARNACLE
To review concepts of urban waterways management and pollution prevention techniques – France, UK, USA, Canada

Mr Peter BROWNE
To Study police and related community programmes aimed at reshaping the lives of wayward young people  USA, UK, Canada

Ms Lynne CHRISTIE
The Family and Children's Services WA CF to study the education of young children – NZ, USA, UK

Mr Jim EFTOS
To investigate cadet and leadership training programmes – UK, USA, Canada

Miss Taryn FIEBIG
The Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank New CF to refine vocal style by intensive study –UK

Ms Paige GORDON
To learn about management and teaching in a small dance theatre company – Netherlands

Mr Chris HEATON
The Kondinin Group Whittington CF to investigate training in the grain industry, with emphasis on the area of grain handling, storage and marketing – Canada

Mr Philip KEMP
To study ways to improve the provision of services and support to small and medium enterprises – UK

Mr Mike LEFROY
To study approaches to the interpretation of history, particularly maritime history in maritime museums – Canada, Sweden, UK

Mr Ian LILLICO
To study policies, practices and programmes designed to improve boys – learning and behavioural outcomes – UK, Netherlands, Germany, USA

Professor Lyle PALMER
To study new approaches for primary prevention, diagnosis and management of asthma, with particular reference to genetic epidemiology – USA

Mr David PRICE
To investigate the applicability of the Rural Challenge Programme (RCP) to WA – USA. Partially sponsored by WA Dept of Education and Services

Mrs Michelle ROUFFIGNAC
To gain practical experience in the latest technology in zoo veterinary nursing – USA

Brother Damien WALSH
To study community responses and care of people with HIV/AIDS with particular focus on the spiritual and emotional aspects – UK, USA, Kenya



2001
Mr Kevin BOURNE-MCRAE
To Study "Inner Change" rehabilitation program for use in Australian prisons – USA, Brazil

Ms Kathryn CAMINS
The Family and Children's Services WA Churchill Fellowship (now Community Development WA Churchill Fellowship) to study effective intervention in breaking the intergenerational drugs/poverty cycle and to gain further knowledge on the connection between pa

Miss Suzanne COOPER
To Study programmes and practices for indigenous and/or gifted students – USA, Canada

Mr Peter HAYES
To investigate "Service Learning" (Learning through Community Service) programmes for implementation in Australian secondary schools – USA

Ms Jovanka HEUER
To evaluate current programmes offered as treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – USA, Germany, UK

Mr Russell KING
To visit countries where water rights systems and tradeable rights to ground water contamination are well established – Netherlands, Germany, UK, Ireland, USA

Ms Melanjia KWIATKOWSKI
The Sir Vincent Fairfax CF to investigate professional development and training, occupational health and safety, workplace design, organisational and management attitudinal change and workplace reform issues relating to the needs of older workers – USA, C

Mr George MATCHETT
To ascertain the requirements necessary to establish and administer a "carob grower's co-operative" and source out promotional, managerial, technical data and machinery to establish an associated value-adding processing mill – Cyprus, Italy, Spain, Malta

Ms Rosemary NAUGHTON
Research info communication technology initiatives of govt/indust/educ/community partnerships that are designed to improve social and educational outcomes for young people – USA, UK, Norway, Germany, Belgium

Dr Noel PLUMLEY
To gather information and first hand experience in the operation of mobile medical services for socially disadvantaged persons – USA, UK

Ms Anna SLEPTSOVA
The Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank New Churchill Fellowship to integrate pedagogic elements of western and Russian piano teaching for implementation in Australia – Canada, USA, France

Dr Julie STONE
To investigate latest procedures for working with families where infants are at high risk of impaired emotional and social development – UK, USA

Mr Mark WEBB
To investigate the role and function of botanic gardens in the development and commercialism of plant material, especially local native plants – South Africa, Canada, UK, USA, Indonesia



2002 (1)
Mr Liam BARTLETT
To study investigative journalism techniques and opportunities for application in new media – USA, Canada, UK

Ms Emma BINNS
The Peter Mitchell Churchill Fellowship to acquire knowledge and gain practical experience of the most recent worldwide techniques in hand rehabilitation – USA, Sweden

Mr Stewart DOBSON
To study cultural practices and crop manipulation for Redflesh Grapefruit in the dry tropics of Australia – USA, South Africa, Israel

Ms Hilary EPTON
To assess current implementation of Assistive Technology practices used in literacy and numeracy education for students with disabilities – USA, Canada, UK

Dr Jane FROMONT
To examine the historical collections of Western Australian marine animals held overseas to enhance our knowledge and understanding of Australian marine biodiversity – Germany, France, India

Ms Pamela LINCOLN
To investigate methods of organic viticulture and organic premium wine production – USA, Canada, Spain, France, Italy

Dr Rosa MADIGAN
To study early childhood intervention programmes for blind and vision impaired children – USA, Canada

Dr Anne O'DONNELL
The Bob and June Prickett Churchill Fellowship to investigate the role of upper airway structures in childhood obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) using 3D magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) – USA

Dr Thelma PERSO
The WA CFA Churchill Fellowship to investigate indigenous education programmes in the areas of mathematics and numeracy – Canada, New Zealand

Mr Bernie RIEGLER
To research the automotive service industry's cleaner production initiatives and implementation strategies for practical application in Australia via the "Green Stamp Programme" – UK, Germany, Austria

Mrs Janice SHUARD
The Family and Children's Service Churchill Fellowship (now Community Development WA CF) to study management and programmes for indigenous youth and young women in custodial facilities – Canada



2002 (2)
Ms Shirley BENNELL

The Department for Community Development (WA) Churchill Fellowship to investigate ways of overcoming culturally inappropriate aged care provision and barriers for Aboriginal people – USA

Miss Kristen CAMPBELL
To study customised postural seating techniques utilised to assist the person with a physical disability to achieve optimal function – USA, Canada, UK

Ms Janet DAVIES
To identify and describe the market for indigenous arts products and develop trade linkages between arts agents, retailers and indigenous artists – Germany, Netherlands, UK, USA

Dr Lorraine HAMMOND
To investigate and evaluate the suitability of educational programmes and professional services provided to support individuals with dyslexia, their families and teachers by non-profit organisations – UK, USA, Canada

Mr John LONEY
To examine the implementation and results of government action in a situation where a government policy of reduction in native timber harvesting has brought about large scale economic and social restructuring of regional communities – Canada, USA, New Zealand

Ms Lisa O'SHAUGHNESSY
The Peter Mitchell Churchill Fellowship to research key roles such as company, general, production management and technical direction within theatre companies – USA, Canada, UK

Miss Margaret OWENS
To research theory and practices associated with the development of centres of excellence for early childhood education and care involving families, children and the community to improve outcomes for children's behaviour, learning and health in later life

Ms Susan PEACOCK
To study the nature and structure of choreographic centres, and observe leading dancers, performers and collaborators with other associated arts disciplines – France, Canada

Dr Sally PELTZER
The Swire Group Churchill Fellowship to research "Deleterious Rhizobacteria' (DRB) as weed control agents – USA

Dr Tracy REIBEL
To undertake investigations into midwifery-led models of care to gain knowledge of how these models might be applied in the Australian context – UK, Netherlands

Mr Paul STEEL
The Donald Mackay Churchill Fellowship to study current trends in illicit drug manufacturing, law enforcement initiatives in the detection of clandestine drug laboratories, and drug laboratory dismantling safety procedures and chemical diversion – USA

Mr Peter SYMONS
To study the collection/analysis of athletes' blood samples to detect banned drugs – UK, Sweden, Switzerland, Greece, Spain, Canada, USA



2003
Mr Michael CAHILL

The Sir Vincent Fairfax Churchill Fellowship to study programs which explore the psychosocial value of familial interactions as a dementia care path – Canada, USA

Mr Jeff CAMKIN
To investigate water allocation and management systems with emphasis on the social, cultural, economic and environmental issues pertaining to this topic – Brazil, USA, South Africa

Mr Ian FLETCHER
The Department for Community Development (WA) Churchill Fellowship to address the issue of capacity building in First Nations as well as meeting the needs of indigenous people when they migrate to regional centres – Canada

Miss Bronwen MASTERS
The Peter Mitchell Churchill Fellowship to explore methods of nutrition support at the world's leading burns units particularly focusing on assessing and monitoring nutritional progress and the use of specialised nutrition products – USA

Mrs Anne O'DONNELL
To assess value-adding strategies, marketing and network techniques to facilitate the revitalisation of timber communities – Canada, USA

Matthew STYLES
The Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank New Churchill Fellowship to study classical, jazz repertoire and pedagogical methodology to ascertain ways in which the two styles of music could be combined in education and performance based activities – USA

Miss Peta WHITE
To investigate environmental education programs in schools and communities, particularly maintenance, funding arrangements and motivation for these programs – Canada, USA

Ms Lyn WILLIAMSON
To study exhibitions designed for a youth audience and assess the use of web delivery to engage youth for delivery of related programs – UK, Canada

Mr Glenn WILLMOTT
The Lamington National Park Churchill Fellowship to study access facility design within National Parks to include disabled people in natural environment recreation in addition to assessing volunteer management programs – New Zealand, USA

Mr Brian WYATT
To study processes and outcome aspects of land use agreements noting strategies resolving competing land use needs for development, land management and cultural heritage for and with indigenous peoples – USA, Canada, South Africa

Mr Jon YOUNG
The Ronald Badman Family Churchill Fellowship to study methods of integrating lucerne and other deep-rooted perennials into a continuous cropping dry-land farming system without stock – Canada, USA



2004
Mrs Donna BRIDGE

To study the role external agencies, schools and community members play in establishing effective networks in disadvantaged communities to succeed economically, socially, culturally and academically – Canada, USA

Mr Kim CARTER
To examine models of Indigenous peoples economic advancement utilising their traditional land based resources – USA, South Africa

Mr Doug COUGHRAN
To study techniques, procedures, protocols and tools used in the disentanglement of large whales, especially the endangered Right Whale and Humpback Whale in fishing gear – USA

Ms Kym ELLIOTT
To visit "frontline" speech pathology clinics and research facilities that have documented success in the implementation of treatment approaches to improve the communicative competence and quality of life in individuals with semantic dementia – UK, USA

Mr Leon EWING
To research the use of interactive technologies in new media performance and dance/music theatre – USA, Spain, Finland, Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, France, UK, Japan, Indonesia, East Timor

Ms Jill HANNA
To examine partnerships between universities and communities (via local government) which enhance the relevance of student learning, utilises research opportunities and builds strong communities – UK, USA

Ms Jo HARRISON-WARD
To evaluate programs in community engagement, particularly those that have benefited community disaster management and can be adapted to suit Australia's isolated and remote communities – USA, UK, Ireland

Mr Kim HARWOOD
To investigate feed alternatives, disease management and the marketing of organic egg production – USA, Canada, UK, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland

Ms Wendy MURRAY
To investigate successful innovations in tackling adult and juvenile recidivism – UK, France, Norway, USA, Canada

Ms Valma RILEY
The Department for Community Development (WA) Churchill Fellowship to gain an insight into Indigenous communities and agencies implementing similar programs with regard to child abuse and domestic violence – USA, Canada

Ms Amanda SPOONER
To examine historic plant collections in European herbaria – Sweden, UK, France



2005
Ms Helen BOLTON

To study the "PROMPT" program for teaching non or low verbal children with autism to talk – USA, Canada

Mr Michael DOYLE
To study the delivery of services in the areas of treatment, care and prevention of Hepatitis C in Aboriginal Communities – Canada

Mr Simon FAULKNER
The Department for Community Development (WA) Churchill Fellowship to investigate the use of music therapy interventions with "at risk" groups including youth, indigenous populations and substance misusers – Canada, USA

Ms Kate HASSALL
To assess models of managing conservation areas (including national parks) that involve partnerships between indigenous groups, government, the private sector and wider community – South Africa, Canada

Ms Kathryn HEATON
The Churchill Fellows  Association of WA / Water Corporation Churchill Fellowship to investigate alternative water sources and the latest technologies to remove contaminants for water supply applications in the drought affected South West Region of Western Australia – Singapore, China

Mr William HOLLINGWORTH
To study the use of Casuarina trees and compare similar land use options for Western Australia – Egypt, Israel, China, India, Spain

Ms Cheryl LOCKWOOD
The Bob and June Prickett Churchill Fellowship to study postural skills care programs for carers of people with disabilities – UK

Mrs Kanthi PERERA
To study innovative programs that address loss and grief in the context of mental illness in order to minimise the distress and trauma experienced by both the person with the diagnosis and his/her family – Canada, USA

Ms Jolly READ
To study indigenous story telling through theatre/arts/literature involving native title/land rights, determination issues and traditional cultural stories – Canada, USA

Mr Grant WHEATLEY
To investigate the educational classification of psychiatric disabilities and the service models and processes that exist in both the education and health sectors to deal with students with such disabilities – Canada, UK, Sweden

 

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