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The Fulbright program is the largest educational scholarship of its kind, created by American Senator J William Fulbright and the United States Government in 1946, and aimed at promoting mutual understanding through educational exchange between the United States and 155 countries.
We have produced many Fulbright Scholars, some of whom have been specifically acknowledged for their outstanding achievements.
A research chemist and doctoral student at our Centre for Tropical Crops and Biocommodities, Dylan is working to find renewable solutions for increased demands for energy, fuel and synthetic products. After being awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in 2015, he will continue his work in a research institute at Washington State University.
Stuart received a Fulbright Senior Scholar award to the United States in 2014. The media scholar and Director of the QUT-based ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation studied at the University of California, Santa Barbara, focusing on emerging new global online entertainment systems and opportunities for innovation in screen production and distribution.
A poet, critic and QUT lecturer in creative writing and literary studies, Sarah used her two-year scholarship to study for a Master of Fine Arts in poetry at New York University.
A mathematics PhD student, Craig spent 12 months at the University of California undertaking research into maths-based security techniques for computers and other telecommunication devices.
A lecturer with our Faculty of Education, Hilary spent four months as a scholar-in-residence at the University of Colorado, Denver, developing an inclusive approach to online learning for students from varied cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
Kristy took out the Postgraduate Award in Technology and Communication, and travelled to the University of California, Berkley in San Francisco for eight months. The focus of her research was on developing a nano-optical circuit and nano-sensors.
Avin spent 12 months at the College of Engineering at the University of Cincinnati, investigating ways of making it easier for asset managers to make informed decisions about water resources.
Tim's ultimate goal is to develop a portable Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine to be used by researchers in space, which could run experiments to benefit suffers of osteoporosis. He spent a year at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Centre, studying with some of the world's leading authorities on MRI technology.
Mitchell won a $40,000 Fulbright Postgraduate Award to conduct research into prostate cancer at Harvard University's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre in Boston. His study focused on specific proteins involved in the progression of prostate cancer to better detect the invasive disease.
Our previous Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Coaldrake was elected Chair to the Board of the Australian-American Fulbright Commission in 2005, and is himself a two-time Fulbright scholar.
The John Monash Scholarship is Australia's most prestigious postgraduate scholarship.
A biomedical engineering graduate, Tim was awarded a John Monash Scholarship in 2008. The $150,000 award enabled him to further his spinal cord repair research in the United States.