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2021 SRW Prize Winners
04 May 2021

Leadership and community service – prize winners excel

Congratulations to the dual prize winners of the 2020 Sir Roland Wilson Prize – Melissa Hickey and Julian Widdup.
SRW PhD scholar Anthony Cowley and his partner (Julianne Cowley – Australian Consul-General in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam) inspect the view over the city.
20 April 2021

How do you conduct qualitative research when you can’t build rapport face- to-face?

COVID introduced a whole new set of challenges for qualitative researchers having to work remotely.
Dr Camille Goodman’s PhD focused on the nature and extent of coastal state jurisdiction over living resources in exclusive economic zones.
12 April 2021

Alumni Impact Highlight - Dr Camille Goodman

Camille’s research explores international fisheries law and State maritime jurisdiction in the Pacific region.
Dr Nathan Deutscher speaking at the 2020 SRWF Secretaries Dinner
12 April 2021

Alumni Impact Highlight - Dr Nathan Deutscher

Nathan’s research explores intergenerational mobility and economic inequality over a person’s life course.
Alumni Reception Group photograh
09 April 2021

Inaugural Alumni Networking Reception

The SRW Foundation welcomed former scholars back on campus to network with APS and ANU leaders and mentors.
Dr Camille Goodman’s PhD focused on the nature and extent of coastal state jurisdiction over living resources in exclusive economic zones.
08 April 2021

‘Pracademic’ makes waves in the law of the sea

Dr Camille Goodman (GDLP '07, PhD '19) is an ANU Law alumna and visitor dedicated to bridging the divide between practice and academia through her research and work in government.
Cultural responsiveness is about not just understanding other people’s culture, but your own as well. (Image: Adobe/NDABCREATIVITY)
06 April 2021

How embedding cultural responsiveness in the APS can improve policymaking

Services Australia employee Lisa Conway is a SRW Pat Turner scholar whose research explores the application of cultural responsiveness to policy design and decision-making in the APS.
Dr Neal Hughes
31 March 2021

Dr Neal Hughes and data science across government

Dr Neal Hughes reflects on the AgDIP project and the ongoing policy benefits from using data science across government.
Martin Parkinson 2021
15 March 2021

Powerhouse of the public service joins ANU

Dr Martin Parkinson AC PSM replaces Dr Ken Henry AC, who served as chair from 2013 to 2021 and on the Sir Roland Wilson Foundation board from 2001.
Lisa Conway
11 March 2021

From ‘tip rat’ to a PhD – Lisa’s journey is an example, not an exception

Lisa has gone from living in her car to studying at the Australian National University as a Sir Roland Wilson Pat Turner PhD scholar.
2021 Sir Roland Wilson and Pat Turner scholars, with ANU VC Professor Brian Schmidt and Sally-Anne Henfry
09 March 2021

New scholars bring diversity and fresh perspectives to ANU

The Foundation welcomed its 2021 scholars with a Commencement Dinner this week.
Building windows in abstract angles
09 March 2021

Scholar and alumni impact featured in our 2020 Annual Report

It gives me great pleasure to share with you the Sir Roland Wilson Foundation 2020 Annual Report
 
The Sir Roland Wilson Foundation is a partnership between The Australian National University, Charles Darwin University and the Australian Public Service.