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Sir Roland Wilson Scholarship

PhD scholarships for Australian Public Servants
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Sir Roland Wilson
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Postgraduate scholarships for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australian Public Servants

Our scholars

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Patricia Akee

Patricia Akee

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Cris Castro

Cris Castro

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Lisa Conway

Lisa Conway

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Lee-Anne Daffy

Lee-Anne Daffy

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Anna Fieldhouse

Anna Fieldhouse

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Cathy Fussell

Cathy Fussell

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Emma Graham

Emma Graham

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Katrina Howe

Katrina Howe

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Adina Jordan

Adina Jordan

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Michelle Lyons

Michelle Lyons

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Andrew Morgan

Andrew Morgan

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Claire Sainsbury

Claire Sainsbury

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Tristram Sainsbury

Tristram Sainsbury

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An extract of the article by Dr Talia Avrahamzon, SRW alumni
01 June 2020

Perspectives on National Reconciliation Week 2020: An chance to reflect, listen and do

SRW alumni Dr Talia Avrahamzon and Ginibi Robinson (Bundjalung) from CAEPR share their perspective of the theme of National Reconciliatio

An extract of the article by Siddharth Shirodkar, PhD scholar
28 May 2020

Perspectives on National Reconciliation Week 2020: Are we ‘In this together’?

Sir Roland Wilson PhD scholar Siddharth Shirodkar shares his perspective on reconciliation efforts in Australia this National Reconciliat

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That’s a wrap for Semester 1 2020! Congratulations to our scholars on adapting and being resilient to the challenges this year has thrown your way. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone in Semester 2.
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SRW Board member Professor Ruth Wallace, Dean of the College of Indigenous Futures, Arts and Society @CDUni shares her thoughts on the theme #InThisTogether for #NRW2020 Read more perspectives on our website:
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