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  • Michelle Kerrin continues her mentoring at MITS
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A scholar’s early encounter with Menzies

7 September 2017

A young Glenn Withers advising Paul KeatingGlenn Withers is a Distinguished Professor of Economics at the Australian National University and University of New South Wales and was founding CEO of Universities Australia. He was awarded his RG Menzies Scholarship to complete a PhD in Business Economics within the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University in 1970, well before the Menzies Foundation was even contemplated.

What comes after a PhD?

27 July 2017

Teresa Brown 2The journey through a PhD is often about much more than just research. Being flexible, having patience and persistence, and the ability to work independently while managing research and clinical work were all a part of the challenge for 2015 Allied Health Scholar Teresa Brown who recently submitted her final thesis for review.