Past Scholarship Recipients

Past Scholarship Recipients

 

RSPCA Australia Sybil Emslie Animal Law Scholarship

Year

Name

2016 Dr Meg Good
2017 Xanthe Shaw

RSPCA Australia Alan White Scholarship Recipients

Year

Name

Project Title

2017 Mark Kelman

 

2016 Lily van Eeden

The dingo in Australian society: public perceptions of dingoes and their management

2015 Kendy Tzu-Yun Teng

Awareness of and attitudes towards two major companion welfare issues: canine inherited diseases and cat obesity in Australia

2014 Dennis Wormald Re-examining the critical socialisation period in dogs and its relevance to vaccination protocols in Australia

2013

Cybele May

Understanding the knowledge and attitudes of veterinarians regarding issues in cat overpopulation and how these impact on recommendations to clients in clinical practice

2012

Trudy Sharp

Factors influencing public perceptions of kangaroo management

2011

Kylie Soanes 

Can road crossing structures be used to preserve arboreal mammal populations?

2010

Georgeanna Story

Evaluating the survival of rehabilitated common wombats (Vombatus ursinus) released into free-living populations

2009

Mia Cobb

Examining the physiological effects of domestic dogs entering a kennel facility.

2008

Ian McDonald

Reproductive and behavioural effects of a single injection Gonadotrophin Releasing Hormone (GnRH) vaccine on Eastern Grey Kangaroos.

2007

Aimee Jade Silla

Hormonal induction of sperm release in the roseate frog (Geocrinia rosea).

2006

Patricia Lavery

Investigation of PCB concentrations in coastal dolphins in South Australia: Threats to species health and links with parasitic lung nematodes (in progress).

2005

Lyndall Pettett

The development of age related oral health care guidelines in zoos.

2004

Shuron Billman

Characterising the psychological underpinnings of animal hoarders: a Central Queensland study.

2003

Susan de Burgh

Animal welfare education for Australian indigenous and Papua New Guinean primary school children.

2002

Brad Page

Reducing the incidence of entanglements on New Zealand fur seals in southern Australia.

2001

Sarah Wright

Non-human animal rights - legislation, ethics and reform.

2000

Faith Walker

The effects of habitat fragmentation on the genetic and social structure of the southern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus latifrons).

1999

Daniel Rogers

Identification of animal individuals by analysis of acoustic signals.

1998

No recipient

 

1997

No recipient

 

1996

Alison Murray

Developing the natural behavioural repertoires of nocturnal mammals through enrichment techniques.

1995

No recipient

 

 

1994

 

Ramesh Sivacolundhu

 

Effects of early age desexing of dogs and cats.

1993

Clare Rudkin

Pecking and feather pecking in growing chickens.

1992

Steven McLeod

Foraging behaviour of red kangaroos and sheep in arid New South Wales.

1991

Erica Seton

Anaphylaxis associated with daily heartworm prevention treatment for dogs.

RSPCA Australia Scholarship for Humane Animal Production Research Recipients

Year

Name

Project Title

2017 Danielle Phibbs

 

2016 Amelia Cornish

Australian consumers’ concerns for animal welfare: the effect of an animal welfare food rating system on consumer behaviour

2015 Kate Chaplin The level of agreement between remote and on-farm diagnosis and treatment of lameness lesions in dairy cows
2014 Lorelle Barrett Developing a methodology for behavioural demand in ducks

2013

No recipient

 

2012

Joseph Steer

Odours from Merino wool that induce a physiological response in the blowflies Lucilia cuprina

2011

Sally Healy

Australian consumers’ current knowledge of animal agricultural practices: the effect of knowledge on consumer behaviour.

2010

Rebecca Matthews

A comparison of sow and piglet behaviour and productivity in the UMB farrowing pen compared to conventional farrowing crates

2009

Emma Borland

Role of shelter belts in free range systems in reducing the need for beak trimming.

2008

Aprille Chadwick

Producer attitudes towards animal welfare and the adoption of least stressful reproductive technologies in goats.

2007

Samantha Bickell

Investigating the effects of temperament on post parturient ewe and lamb behaviour without human interaction.

2007

Kate Lennon

A study of the relationship between ewe behaviour and lamb survival and the heritability of temperament in a Merino flock.

2006

No recipient

 

2005

Matthew Bollen

Evaluation of an integrated management system for controlling flystrike in the absence of mulesing. Project complete.  Contact science@rspca.org.au for Matthew's final report.

For more information email science@rspca.org.au