The Duguid Travelling Scholarship was established to assist Indigenous Australian students to travel to a national or international conference or to come to NCEPH for an approved visit or program of study.
The scholarship is funded from an endowment made in 2002 to The Australian National University's Endowment for Excellence by Rosemary and Bob Douglas and Dr Andrew Duguid. It recognises the contribution made by their late parents, Charles and Phyllis Duguid, who spent much of their lives working for the advancement of Australia 's Aboriginal population.
In 2016, with the agreement of Rosemary and Bob Douglas, the Duguid Travelling Scholarship was additionally made available to non-Indigenous students working in Indigenous Health.
To be eligible applicants must be working in Australian Indigenous health and currently enrolled at NCEPH (with preference given to an Indigenous Australian person), or an Indigenous Australian person wishing to come to NCEPH to undertake an approved visit or program of study.
How to apply
An application should consist of:
- A letter addressing the selection criteria, with a detailed budget (maximum 2 pages)
- A curriculum vitae (maximum 2 pages)
Applications should be made in writing to:
Duguid Scholarship Application
Attn: Executive Officer
National Centre for Epidemiology & Population Health
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 0200
- The academic merit of the proposal (for example, previous applications that have scored well have had an abstract accepted for oral presentation at an international conference and additional academic gains such as meeting with collaborators before or after a conference).
- The benefit of the proposal to the individual
- The benefit of the proposal to NCEPH
Applications will be open throughout each calendar year. The Head will advise student once the first application has been received and invite additional application. At this time, the Head will determine an appropriate closing date and will advise students accordingly.
Annual value: $1000; Duration 1 year