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The Cybec Foundation

Scholarships at Trinity College

 

Cybec

Oodgeroo

Evan Burge

MAP

Newcomers

Roger Riordan studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Melbourne, commencing in 1951. During his course he was resident in Trinity College, and felt that the lessons he had learnt in the College were probably more important than those he learnt at the University.

 

Cybec Scholarship

In 1995, when Cybec decided to donate part of its profits to charity, we started our first scholarship at Trinity. The Cybec Scholarship initially paid part of the fees for one student. It now supports several students.

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1995

Matthew King

 

1996-7

Tyler Saxton

 

1998

James Sattler

 

1999-2004

Tobias Locsei Tobias is currently doing a PhD in Mathematics at Jesus College, Cambridge University (2006)

 

2000-1

Will Moase

 

2002-6

Simon Griffiths

 

2003

Ricky Kurniawan

 

2003

Thomas Rowland

 

2004

Ju-Han Soon

 

2006-

Mark Wallace Mechatronics/Computer Science

 

2008

Ariani Anwar Arts

  2009-11

Altan Allawala Science. Altan transferred to Brown University, USA for the 2nd semester, 2011

 

2009

Phoebe Morrison Arts

 

2010-11

Justin Tonti-Filippini

 

2010-

Lacey Verley Arts

 

2011

Phillip Hall Science

 

2011

Tomos Lelong Science

 

2011

Jordonne Colley Jordonne is studying music, and is now on a different scholarship (2012)

 

2012 -

Hamish Curran Arts, majoring in Classics

 

2012

Kimi Pellosis

 

2013 -

Chantelle Robbins Arts

 

2013 -

Luke Wilson Science

 

2013 -

Avnish Jain Science

 

 

Photo of 2003 students

(l-r) Thomas Rowland, Simon Griffiths, Ricky Kurniawan, Sana Nakata, Andreas Vorst-Hopkins (2003)

 

Ricky Kurniawan

Ricky Kurniawan

Cybec 2003

Mark Wallace

Mark Wallace

Cybec 2006-

Oodgeroo Scholarship

When Trinity learnt of the establishment of the Koiki Mabo Trust at Newcastle University, it was suggested that Trinity should do something similar. This led to the establishment of the Oodgeroo Scholarship, which now pays full fees for two indigenous students. The University set up a matching scholarship covering University fees, enabling the chosen students to get free tuition and accommodation.

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2001-4

Sana Nakata Arts-Law. In 2004 Sana proposed the Toast to the Founders and Benefactors of Trinity, at a College dinner.

 

2003-7

Andreas Vorst-Hopkins Arts & Politics

 

2005

Lucy Nakata Arts

 

2006-8

Kyle Dadleh Property & Construction

 

2007-8

Mark Austin Commerce/Law

 

2007-11

Lauren Briggs Medicine & Surgery

 

2008

Ngaree Blow Science

 

2009-11

Courtney Callister Science. Courtney comes from Hay, NSW, and also holds an Indigenous National Scholarship. She enjoys competition Ballroom & Latin dancing

 

2011

Jerome Cubillo Arts

 

2013-

Jamie Collins Arts

 

Courtney Callister

Courtney Callister

Sana Nakata

Sana Nakata

Oodgeroo 2001-4

Grace Lieu

Andreas Vorst-Hopkins

Oodgeroo 2003-7

 

Lucy Nakata

Lucy Nakata

Oodgeroo 2005

Kyle Dadleh

Kyle Dadleh

Oodgeroo 2006-8

 

Mark Austin

Oodgeroo 2007-8

Grace Lieu

Lauren Briggs

Oodgeroo 2007

Evan Burge Memorial Scholarship

During this period Roger developed a close friendship with the then Warden, Dr Evan Burge, and Dr Burge officiated when Pat and Roger married in the College Chapel in 2000. When, tragically, Dr Burge died not long afterwards, the College launched an appeal for a Memorial Scholarship for him, and the Foundation made an initial contribution to cover one student.

This scholarship is normally awarded to first year students for one year only

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2004

Daisy McGregor

 

2005

Stephanie Curnow

 

2005

Grace Lieu Biomedical Science

 

2006

Jasmine Clenthous Medicine

 

2006

Jane Lovell Science

 

2007

Mitchell Johnson Medicine

 

2009

Joy Liu

 

2009

Eliza Wallace Commerce/Dip Modern Languages (Chinese)

Eliza comes from Perth, and plays violin & viola

 

2010

Natasha Robbins

 

2011

Nicole Feast

 

2011 -

Sam Hartley Music. (Transferred to Cybec Scholarship in 2012)

 

2012

Simon Matthews

 

2013

Robert Lean Arts

 

2013

Jack McMenamim Commerce

 

Eliza Wallace

Eliza Wallace

The late Dr Evan Burge

The late Rev Dr Evan Burge, former Warden of Trinity College.

 

Grace Lieu

Grace Lieu

Evan Burge 2005

Mitchell Johnson

Mitchell Johnson

Evan Burge 2007

Cybec MAP Scholarship

It is part of the policy of the University of Melbourne to provide scholarships to deserving students who would not otherwise be able to attend the University, under their MAP scheme. As this is also part of the policy of the Foundation, we agreed in 2004 to fund one matching scholarship at Trinity College. The first holder is Zidi Zhao, who came from China with his parents.

 

 

 

2004-10

Zidi Zhao Commerce/Property & Construction

 

 

 
Zidi Zhao

Zidi Zhao

Cybec MAP 2004-9

Gavin Visser

Gavin Visser

Cybec Newcomers 2007

Cybec Newcomers' Scholarship

We are utterly disgusted by the hypocritical and un-Christian way in which we are treating refugees from overseas. As a symbol of our disapproval, in 2005 we established two scholarships for children of refugees. One of these is the Cybec Newcomers' Scholarship at Trinity College. Generally this will pay all expenses for one deserving student.

The first holder is Ali Al Amein, from Iraq.

 

 

 

2005-9

Ali Al Amein Engineering/Science

In 2005 Ali proposed the Toast to the Founders and Benefactors at a dinner in Trinity.

In May 2006 Ali was one of six Australian students – and only 100 worldwide – selected as 2006 Global Leaders by the New York-based Goldman Sachs Foundation.

In 2009 Ali received a scholarship to UC Berkeley.

  2007

Gavin Visser Engineering/Science

 

2009-12

Joobin Hooshmand Medicine ( For photo see Medley Hall)

 

20013-

Jordan LoPiccolo

Andrew Vorst-Hopkins & Ali Al-Amein with Pat Riordan

Andreas Vorst-Hopkins, Pat Riordan & Ali Al-Amein

Launch of the Warden's Circle, Trinity College, May 1, 2005

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