The Trust has supported one post doctoral teaching fellowship each year.
The intention of this scholarship is to encourage applicants to engage in a one year fellowship project, at a sponsoring University, directed at developing an educational outcome. A research project can be part of the fellowship provided it yields an educational outcome.
The scholarship has been in effect since 2007. The educational outcome requirement was initiated from 2008.
From 2011 awarding of this scholarship has been on a case by case basis.
|2007||Angus Campbell||Melbourne University||
|2008||Susan Robertson||Charles Sturt University||Susan had been engaged in the “Evergraze” Project. This funding allowed her to complete the project. Susan was involved in delivering lectures to undergraduate students throughout the project|
|2009||Nick Rolls||Melbourne University||Nick was appointed as a lecturer, associated with the McKinnon project. This scholarship provided about half his salary for 2010.His work program included:
|2011||Rachelle Hergenhan||University of New England||During 2009, UNE advised the Trust that it would no longer deliver ANPR420. In reviewing the content of the units, it was noted that there was significant duplication of material within ANPR420 and WOOL412. Consequently, Trustees decided to merge both units and, during 2011, a Teaching Fellowship ($46,000 p.a.) was awarded to UNE for this project. This enabled UNE to negotiate additional funding of $50,000 from MLA to broaden the scope of the unit.
A teaching fellow, Dr Rachelle Hergenhan was appointed for one (1) year at UNE, with specific aims:
This project was finalised in 2012 and the courses based on WOOL412 are now available.