The Professor Kernot Research Scholarship in Physics
- School of Physics
Research Higher Degree
$1,001 - $5,000
- 1 Year
William Charles Kernot, BA, MA, MCE (Melb.), first professor of Engineering at the university, donated an amount in 1887 for the purpose of founding scholarships for the encouragement of the study of Physics and Chemistry. In 1908, William Charles Kernot donated a further amount for the encouragement of the study of Geology. In 2009, a supplementary donation was made from a bequest by Roderick James Esdaile, BSc (Melb.), PhD (Glasgow). There are three scholarships, one each in Chemistry, Physics and Earth Sciences.
Awarded as a prize based on academic results; Nominated by the Head, School of Physics