• The Menzies Foundation refines its priorities in lead up to 40th year
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  • The Menzies Foundation refines its priorities in lead up to 40th year
  • NHMRC/Menzies Fellow, Dr David Riglar, is striking a blow for scientists and researchers…
  • Stawell’s Sienna Amarant and Horsham’s Ashleigh Miller have been awarded the 2017 Fielding Menzies Tertiary Scholarships
  • Michelle Kerrin with the students at MITS
  • Olsen Garland awarded the 2017 Menzies Scholarship in Engineering

All expectations exceeded

19 April 2017

Sibella Matthews NewHampshire webFrom campaigning for Hilary Clinton to tutoring in a local correctional facility, Harvard Menzies Scholar Sibella Matthews, is making the most of every minute on her scholarship in Boston and so far it has exceeded all of her expectations.

Can history help make a better world?

21 March 2017

2016 NHC winner in the Sir Robert Menzies Special Category, Birak Khasay of MelbourneThe 2017 National History Challenge is open for school registrations.

The Menzies Foundation is sponsoring a special category in the National History Challenge for 2017, with primary school students encouraged to expand their knowledge of Sir Robert Menzies by answering the question ‘How successful was Australia’s longest serving Prime Minister in helping to create a better world in modern Australia?’

A big ambition for first in family

3 March 2017

Sienna Amarant Driven by a passion for human rights and international politics, Sienna Amarant will be the first person in her family to attend university and will undertake a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Politics and International Study thanks to the support of a Fielding Menzies Tertiary Scholarship.