Maxwell King PhD Scholarship The Maxwell King Scholarship (MKS) is named after Professor Maxwell King, who has made an outstanding contribution to graduate research at Monash University, including eight years as Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Research Training).
Maxwell King PhD Scholarship The scholarship was established to honour Professor Maxwell King, who made an outstanding contribution to graduate research at Monash University, including 8 years as Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Research Training).
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Applicants must: be Indigenous Australian citizens experiencing financial disadvantage; be commencing or continuing full-time undergraduate students in a Commonwealth Supported Place (including the Diploma of Tertiary Studies) or Graduate Diploma of Education at a Monash campus in Australia; and have not previously completed a bachelor degree or equivalent (except where it is an entry.
Monash University scholarships total to over 200 types and are offered to undergraduate and postgraduate students. Disadvantaged students can apply for an equity scholarship; high achievers can take advantage of the Sir John Monash scholarship program whilst there are others for music, sports and research. Scholarships are also open for international students as well as those studying in a.Learn More
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Today physicists at King's are developing new ways to study the molecular processes in biological cells which cause cancer and other diseases, working to understand how the focus between the individual atoms and molecules on the nanoscale shape our macroscopic world, development and application of advanced photonic and scanning probe techniques and of novel nanomaterials and continuing Maxwell.Learn More
The Department has a distinguished history, with the study of Physics at King's College dating back to its foundation in 1829. The first Professor was Sir Charles Wheatstone, with other former professors including James Clerk Maxwell, who discovered the unified equations of electromagnetism while at King's, and four Nobel laureates.Learn More
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Gregory Maxwell ('Max') Kelly (1930-2007) was educated at the University of Sydney (BSc 1951 with First Class Honours, University Medal for Mathematics, Barker Prize, and James King of Irrawang Travelling Scholarship) and the University of Cambridge (BA 1953 with First Class Honours and two Wright's Prizes; Rayleigh Prize, 1955; PhD 1957). He returned to Australia as Lecturer in Pure.Learn More
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