Applications for 2023 Sir Roland Wilson Pat Turner Scholarships are now open.
02 December 2021
Become a scholar in 2023
A Sir Roland Wilson or Pat Turner scholarship can support you to undertake in-depth research in your chosen field of public policy.
25 November 2021
Dr Ken Henry AC recognised with honorary doctorate
Former Sir Roland Wilson Foundation Chair, Dr Ken Henry AC, has been recognised by The Australian National University for his outstanding contribution to public service with an Honorary Doctorate of Laws.
24 November 2021
Pat Turner scholars gather for annual forum
Sir Roland Wilson Pat Turner scholars had the opportunity to hear from Indigenous leaders across government and academia at the 2021 Annual Pat Turner Scholar Forum on 18 November.
22 November 2021
Celebrating outstanding scholars
Sir Roland Wilson and Pat Turner scholars and alumni have been recognised for their commitment to strengthening the links between public policy and practice and engaging across academia.
11 October 2021
2021 Wilson Dialogue - Ending sexism, misogyny and racism: the fight for gender equality in Australia
This year we have witnessed growing concerns over the status of women in Australia.
26 September 2021
Why the Quad has a big role in the new techno-diplomacy
An op-ed by Jennifer Jackett, Sir Roland Wilson Scholar at the ANU National Security College.
23 September 2021
Bridging research and policy practice in a PhD journey
One of the central
23 August 2021
Sir Roland Wilson Pat Turner scholars join ANU team at the Indigenous Nationals
It’s been more than 10 years since an ANU team participated in the Indigenous Nationals sporting competition, so it was
02 August 2021
Wrangling big data to understand the drivers of Australian productivity
This July, we had five public servant scholars graduating from ANU, supported
22 July 2021
2021 Scholar Symposium
Last week all 37 current Sir Roland Wilson (SRW) and Pat Turner scholars gathered virtually with senior leaders from th
15 July 2021
The language of the rebuffed: why is expert advice so easy for politicians to ignore?
Mid-year graduate Dr Christiane Gerblinger examines - Is there something about the way policy advisers communicate that makes their advice easy to ignore or misinterpret?