2006 Grant Recipients

  • The project is development of a web site to support the training program, providing additional way for coaches, captains, team members and other young people to seek assistance (anonymously, if necessary). The pilot is evaluated by the University of Melbourne's School of Rural Health. Read more...
  • This project fosters links and relationships between at-risk indigenous students and their local university. It encourages and assists those students to complete their secondary education and presents further studies as a practical and viable pathway. Read more...
  • Assess the opportunities for the delivery of online counselling and/or other web-based interactive services. Read more...
  • **The scholarship is available to indigenous graduates throughout Australia and the successful candidate is mentored by staff from both Macquarie University's Department of Business Law and the Department of Indigenous Studies. The scholarship helps to address the substantial under-representation of indigenous students within Australian universities. Read more...
  • Enhance the ability of families living with muscular dystrophy to undertake interactive communication, support and information dissemination activities via enhanced online functionality. Read more...
  • The RSPCA Queensland develops a substantial online curriculum for primary and secondary school students. In particular, the curriculum targets those students in regional, rural and remote locations that the RSPCA is unable to see face-to-face on a regular basis. Read more...