Nancy Millis Award for theses of exceptional merit
This award is named after Professor Nancy Millis, who served as Chancellor of La Trobe University for 14 years from 1992 - 2006.
A 'legend' in the world of science, she was one of only five Australian scientists recognised on the 'Australian Legends' series of stamps in 2002. During her distinguished career, Professor Millis gained a string of scientific and civic accolades, including election to the Australian Academy of Science, an MBE and a Companion of the Order of Australia.
The Nancy Millis Medal is awarded to the authors of outstanding doctoral theses. Examiners are asked if they consider the thesis to be in the top five per cent of theses they have examined. Nominated theses are then assessed following the examination process and are considered for award through a selection process that involves the School's Director of Graduate Research. Final recommendations are approved by the Board of Graduate Research.
The following recipients received their award in 2021.
The following recipients received their award in 2020.
The following recipients received their award in 2019.
The following recipients received their award in 2018.
The following recipients will receive their award at a special event, held at the Graduate Research School in December 2017.
|Slade Allen-Ankins||School of Life Sciences|
|Nang Seng Aye||School of Life Sciences|
|Amy Baxter||School of Molecular Sciences|
|Scott Doidge||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Claudia Araceli Garcia-Solis||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Andrew Gilbert||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Lisa Hanson||School of Allied Health|
|William Keeton||La Trobe Business School|
|Xuan Mai||La Trobe Business School|
|George Mbogo||School of Molecular Sciences|
|Alice Mora||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Amie O'Shea||School of Psychology and Public Health|
|Thanh Kha Phan||School of Molecular Sciences|
|Jayne Russell||School of Psychology and Public Health|
|Alex Schenk||School of Molecular Sciences||New Diamond Surface Terminations for Quantum Devices|
|Deborah Shnookal||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Ju Lin Tan||School of Molecular Sciences|
|Sarah Warby||School of Allied Health|
|Jennifer Wood||School of Life Sciences|
The following recipients received their award at a special event, held at the Graduate Research School in December 2016.
|Prue Atkins||School of Allied Health|
The influence of organisational context in the practice implementation process: identifying influential aspects of design intent in an innovative therapeutic outreach program for child protection clients.
|Emma Bland||School of Molecular Sciences|
|Wendy Bunston||School of Allied Health|
How Refuge provides 'refuge' to Infants : Exploring the ways in which 'refuge' is provided to, and experienced by, infants entering crisis accommodation with their mothers after fleeing family violence
|Imogen Clark||School of Allied Health|
|Shannon Couchman||School of Molecular Sciences|
|Gary Devilles||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Joseph Evans||School of Molecular Sciences|
|Leesa Hooker||School of Nursing and Midwifery|
|Joe Rae Latham||School of Psychology and Public Health|
|Umar Lubanga||School of Life Sciences|
|Alison Lugg||School of Education|
|Gustavo Portes||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Alin Rai||School of Molecular Sciences|
|Mark Scillio||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
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|Aryeh Solomon||School of Education|