Churchill Fellowship Medallion

Prior to the year 2000 the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust awarded certificates to returning Fellows who had submitted their Fellowship Report. In 2001 the Trust moved to a more prestigious memorial of completing the Fellowship with a Fellowship Medallion. This is an exclusive limited edition bronze medallion engraved with the Fellow’s name and year of Fellowship.

Churchill Fellow Wojciech Pietranik was commissioned to design the medallion that would be a collector’s item. Wojciech worked at the Australian Mint and also designed the medals for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

This Fellowship Medallion is only available to earlier Fellows (pre-2001) who have submitted their Fellowship Report. Fellows can purchase their medallion from the Churchill Trust online shop at 

churchilltrust.com.au
 

2016 Medallion Recipients

JAMIE BRADY

The AV Jennings Churchill Fellowship to better manage the interface between industrial development and expanding residential communities - UK, Netherlands, France, Canada, USA, Singapore 

 

CATHERINE CRAWFORD

To assess how Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder affected youth in the criminal justice system are dealt with in other jurisdictions - New Zealand, Canada, USA 

 

REJANE LE GRANGE

The Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation Churchill Fellowship to research appropriate interior lighting to enhance the visual and functional abilities of older people - Canada, UK, Germany, Norway, Netherlands 

 

JEAN-PAUL HOBBS

To assess the impact of noise pollution on Australia's fisheries species – UK 

FELICITY HORROCKS

The Department for Child Protection and Family Support Churchill Fellowship to examine innovative programs to reduce homelessness and housing stress for low income families - UK, USA, Canada 

 

NICOLA HUNTER

To investigate innovative therapies to promote independence for tetraplegic patients - Canada, USA, UK, Sweden 

 

SARAH JANALI

To investigate municipal policies/programs that enhance the integration of migrant and refugee communities - Canada, USA, Belgium, Germany 

 

RACHAEL MULLINS

To research physiotherapy for the early rehabilitation of intensive care patients - USA, Canada, Belgium 

 

DAVE STEVENS

To address root causes of disengagement of 'at-risk' students with reference to family dysfunction - USA, Canada, UK 

 

MICHAEL WEAR

To study Marine Search and Rescue coordination together with technology use in search planning - USA, Singapore 

MICHAEL BELL

To examine intervention programs for individuals at risk of or currently engaged in a violent extremism ideology - UK, Ireland, Sweden, Canada, USA 

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