C.A.S. Hawker Scholars

2022 Hawker Scholars

William Web

Mr William Gillett

Institution: University of South Australia
In Residence: St Mark’s College
Career Goal: To make a positive contribution to his community and the future of Australia

Angelina Web

Miss Angelina Inthavong

Institution: Australian National University
In Residence: Burgmann College
Career Goal: To work as a doctor empowering rural, Australian indigenous and Pan Pacific communities, contribute to policymaking in the Department of Health and WHO, and one day become Australia’s first woman of colour Health Minister.

Harrison Web

Mr Harrison Oates

Institution: Australian National University
In Residence: Burgmann College
Career Goal: To make an impact in international relations and policy, complete a PhD at Cambridge, join DFAT and enter federal parliament. His dream is to be the second Tasmanian-born Prime Minister, after Joseph Lyons, under whom Charles Hawker was a minister.

Hugh Dawson

Mr Hugh Dawson

Institution: Marcus Oldham College
In Residence: Marcus Oldham College
Career Goal: To drive positive change in rural Australia.

Hawker Scholars

1997
1996
1995
1994

NO SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED

1992
1991