This scholarship is funded by an endowment established in memory of Martin Davies who died in 1995 while working in Antarctica and played a lead role in the fight to establish the conservation of the Tasmanian cultural environment as a priority for the government and the community. Through his work he brought both passion and rigour to saving, analysing, conserving and interpreting the heritage of Tasmania. The aim of this scholarship is to develop a deep understanding of architectural heritage and conservation issues and practices.
Available to a student who is commencing the Bachelor of Environmental Design (Honours), enrolling in the final year of the Master of Architecture or a research higher degree from another discipline in 2019. The focus of study will be on historic cultural heritage including architectural history, built/archaeological heritage or its conservation.
To retain this award, recipients are required to achieve a minimum Pass result in all units studied each semester.
30 June 2019
Apply online prior to closing date. Applications cannot be submitted after closing date. As applicants will be assessed on the quality of application, all questions should be answered in full. Please ensure care is taken with spelling and grammar.
Closed. Successful applicant/s advised.