The University of Adelaide entered the dynamic world of crowdfunding in 2017. Thanks to the generous response of our University community, more than 1,000 families in India’s north-west will have the capacity to maintain a reliable supply of life-sustaining pure drinking water.
Feng Fu’s contributions to the University of Adelaide can be traced back to when he started his Masters of Commerce (Accounting) degree. While studying, he set up a soccer team, worked as a teaching assistant, and won the Commerce Award for Excellent Tutoring in 2006.
From the bedsides of the Royal Adelaide Hospital to the rice fields of Myanmar, renal physician Dr Chen Peh is committed to relieving human suffering.
The gift of education through a scholarship, award or grant for academic excellence can change the lives of outstanding students and inspire them to make a difference in the world.
In 2017 an anonymous donor made a donation of $150,000 to the University of Adelaide to establish the Emeritus Professor George Rogers AO Supplementary Scholarship. With additional funding by the Faculty of Sciences, this scholarship valued at $10,000 per annum will be awarded each year to the highest ranked applicant for a Research Training Program Scholarship in the field of Molecular Bioscience.
The Taplin Indigenous Bursary Fund made it possible for PhD candidate, Yvonne Clark, to attend an international psychology conference in Paris.
With a passion for agricultural science and education, Holly Crighton is one step closer to realising her dream after she received assistance from the Peter H Routley Awards.
Some of the nation’s brightest young scientists are being lured back to Australia to pursue groundbreaking research thanks to two of the most generous gifts ever made to the University of Adelaide.