​2006 - 2009

2006

Mr John CONROY
To study elephant keeping, training, breeding and calf-rearing techniques which can be applied for use at Perth Zoo and other Australian institutions wishing to further develop their elephant management programmes – UK, Ireland, Canada, USA
Mr Alan GENONI
To examine strategies to provide effective, appropriate curriculum to students returning to education and training as a result of the WA Government decision to raise the school leaving age – UK, France
Mrs Natalie HALL
The 40th Anniversary Churchill Fellowship (WA) to compare multi-agency services provided to children and families where the child requires a forensic interview, medical examination, legal services, counselling and family support services – USA, Canada, U
Mr Mark HEWSON
To study architectural glass installation, design and developments – USA, Canada, Iceland, Denmark, Norway, Czech Republic, Spain, Germany, UK, New Zealand
Ms Susan McCABE
To investigate wholistic services for people with cerebral palsy, and their families and carers, for the management of complex and severe sleep difficulties – Canada, UK
Ms Simone McMAHON
The Bob and June Prickett Churchill Fellowship to identify successful models of organ and tissue donation and assess promotional strategies and programmes that provide support to transplant recipients, donor families and living donors – UK, Spain, USA
Ms Sheona MOTRONI
The Department for Community Development (WA) Churchill Fellowship to attend training seminars involving educators of severely challenged adolescents with emphasis on managing bullying, school racism, substance abuse, family crisis and challenging behaviour
Mr Neil STANBURY
To research methods used by police and emergency services authorities for the management, preparation and delivery of effective media liaison and public information functions during and immediately following terrorist attacks – Singapore, UK, Spain, the Netherlands
Ms Catherine STODDART
To determine how similar health systems with large areas of remote, isolated services have developed strategies that guarantees the care provided to those people is contemporary and safe – Canada, USA
Mr Andrew TAIT
The Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank New Churchill Fellowship to study advanced techniques in the art of double bass building and restoration – UK, Italy


2007
Ms Estelle BLACKBURN
To research the value and methods of organisations supporting wrongfully convicted prisoners – UK, Canada, USA
Mr Allan BLAGAICH
To research methods to assist teachers to improve the learning outcomes of students – USA, UK
Ms Felicity BOTT
To undertake professional development with performing arts organisations working with and for young people – USA, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Denmark
Dr Allyson BROWNE
To investigate models of acute mental health care for severely injured trauma survivors – USA, UK, Ireland, South Africa
Mr Raymond CRANFIELD
To study historical lichen collections and community participation in lichen surveys and collections – UK, Sweden
Mrs Kym CRAWFORD
The Department for Community Development (WA) Churchill Fellowship to study the education of students with foetal alcohol spectrum disorder – USA, Canada
Ms Sally MALONE
To study the development of regional creative economies with an emphasis on urban design – Canada, USA, UK, Spain
Ms Nicki NEWTON
To investigate the development of hospital-substitution and early discharge allied health services – UK, Sweden, Norway, Italy
Dr Philip REID
To study the recruitment and retention of rural and urban family obstetricians – Canada, USA
Ms Donelle RIVETT
To investigate teaching nursing home models that promote aged care provider, hospital and university collaboration – UK, USA
Mr Daniel THOMPSON
To study hybrid power systems for remote communities and towns – USA, Canada, UK, France, Norway
Dr Margaret YOON
To study the impact of Accelerative Learning Techniques in schools – UK, Canada, USA


2008
Mr Jeremy THOMAS
To study the quantifying of risk and management of trees in public places – Singapore, UK, USA
Ms Renae MATHIESON
To investigate the use of new technologies to attract and retain audiences – UK, France, USA, Singapore
Dr Shimin LIU
The Churchill Fellows' Association of Western Australia Churchill Fellowship to study techniques for gaining more omega-3 fatty acids from animals for preventative health – Japan, China
Ms Liz HEALY
To investigate programs that support beginning teachers to remain in the profession – USA
Ms Gail CUMMINS
The Department for Child Protection (WA) Churchill Fellowship to investigate education programs for Indigenous children with Type 2 Diabetes – USA, Canada, Hungary
Ms Robyn CLEAVER
To study methods for improving opportunities for rural gifted and talented secondary students – USA, Canada
Mr Duncan TAYLOR
To compare and evaluate electronic crime management models – China, Korea, UK, USA
Mr Darren LOMMAN
To research organisational models and physical structures of rehabilitation and engineering centres –  Canada, USA, UK, Italy
Mr James LEDGER
To further my skills in composition and contemporary music practices – Estonia, Finland, Germany, UK
Miss Wendy-Cara DUGMORE
The Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank New Churchill Fellowship to study the Kodaly course for music pedagogues – Hungary
Mr Michael COE
To evaluate Designing Out Crime and CCTV effectiveness – New Zealand, USA, Canada, UK, Germany
Ms Louise BURKE
To study techniques for managing the impact of relational and non-physical aggression on girls – Canada, USA
Mr Richard APEL
To study traditional handed-down German stained glass painting and firing techniques – Germany


2009
Ms Tiffane BATES
To study the breeding of bees that are resistant to the parasitic mite Varroa – New Zealand, USA, France, Germany
Mrs June COUNCILLOR
The WA Department for Child Protection Churchill Fellowship to study prenatal alcohol exposure and the impact on parenting especially in Aboriginal communities – Canada, USA
Mr Stuart CUMMING
To visit schools identified as being examples of excellence in Learning Outside the Classroom – UK
Detective Senior Sergeant Gordon FAIRMAN
To examine child sexual abuse intervention strategies in remote Indigenous communities – Mexico, USA, Canada
Mr Chris HALL
To study the role of mergers, alliances and related strategies in enhancing the future effectiveness and sustainability of not for profit organisations – USA, UK
Miss Ellen HICKMAN
The Geoffrey Allen Churchill Fellowship to research the Haemodoraceae plant family of the Americas in order to illustrate a definitive text – Guyana, Brazil, Venezuela, Cuba, UK
A/Director Katalin KRASZLAN
To study the development, provision and evaluation of re-entry services for prisoners – USA, Israel
Ms Helen McMAHON
To study the use of and support for Indigenous kinship networks to provide safety for children at risk of harm – Canada
Dr Julie McMORROW
To develop pharmacist roles in blood conservation through the study of multidisciplinary patient blood management programs – USA
Dr Simon NAGEON DE LESTANG
To investigate key issues faced by highly exploited crustacean fisheries in relation to climate change – USA, Mexico, Cuba
Ms Annette THOMPSON
To collaborate with trainers and writers of software resources for vision impaired people – USA, Canada
Miss Rebecca WHITE
The Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank New Churchill Fellowship to undertake intensive tuition with Professor Oleh Krysa at the Eastman School in Rochester – USA
Mr Matthew WILLS
The Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Foundation Churchill Fellowship to study methods to improve the quality and rigour of secondary education in the area of Philosophy and Ethics – Hong Kong, USA

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