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JR Templin Scholarship - Past Recipients

 

 

 

1993

Matthew Naysmith

1994

Bruce Wilson

Matthew Naysmith

Alex McKay

1995

Karl Stol

David Stevenson

1996

Jason Clement

1997

Georgina King

1998

Paul Petrie

Frances Rutledge

Dean Saunders

1999

Mark Peldmanis

2000

Robert Baxter

Adam Friend

2001

Karl Davis

2003

Edward Plummer

William Fairbairn

2004

Ian Downes

Luke Fisher

2005

Leili Baghaei Rad

Marjan Baghaie

2006

Jeremy Sanson

Jennifer Lloyd

2007

William Kelton

Richard Pender

Penelope Cole

2008

No Award

2009

Richard Zhang

2010

Daniel Di Somma

2011

Richard Pender

2012

Samuel Corbett-Davis

Sarah Poole

2013

Rebecca Gray

Benjamin Cameron

Thomas Logan

 
2014

David Collinson

 

David has just completed his final year of study at the University of Canterbury where he has graduated with an Honours Bachelor's of Engineering degree in Mechanical engineering

David holds a particular interest in the field of nano-technology and nano- engineered materials and he will commence a PhD program in Mechanical Engineering at Northwestern University in the United States commencing in September 2015.

In the 1st year of study David has indicated that he would like to complete coursework to fill gaps in his knowledge. He intends to pursue a broad program and allow himself to draw on as much knowledge as possible. From there he wishes to apply himself to research focusing on the creation and development of novel composites while he completes his PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering.

David was awarded a Templin Scholarship of US$35,000

Vincent Major

 

Vincent has just completed his final year of study towards a Bachelor's of Engineering (Honours) programme at the University of Canterbury.

Vincent will be commencing a PhD program at the New York University and the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences in September 2015. He will be majoring in Engineering where he hopes to apply mathematics and engineering to better understand biological systems and the benefit to the medical Community. His desired course of study is biomedical informatics specialising in Translational Bioinformatics or Clinical Informatics.

Once he has completed his degree Vincent indicated a desire to return to New Zealand, and engage in Research/engineering work.

Vincent was awarded a Templin Scholarship of US$35,000

Joseph Corbett-Davies

 

Joseph has just completed a Bachelor's of Engineering (Honours) programme at the University of Canterbury majoring in Mechatronics.

Joseph is looking to complete a PhD in Robotics specialising in robot learning. He has been admitted to Cornell University in the United States and expects to commence his PhD program that will span up to 5 years, starting September 2015.

On completing his degree Joseph said that he wants to apply his strong passion/knowledge for Robotic engineering back in New Zealand.

Joseph was awarded a Templin Scholarship of US$35,000

2015

Bryce Morrison

 

Bryce complete his studies at Lincoln University in April 2016 graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce (Agricultural) majoring in Horticultural management.

As part of seeking to gain advanced horticultural experience Bryce wanted to complete an internship with Iseli Nursery, which is located in Boring, Oregon. United States.

Through hands-on work experience, Iseli Nursery will provide learning opportunities which promote professional development with a commitment to create the atmosphere and the means to pursue excellence. Practical training with the company will impart to the trainee quality work experience in the nursery industry through theory and participation in a wide diversity of areas related to plant production and nursery management.

In completing this course Bryce will learn and develop new skills in a number of different areas including Preproduction/Propagation, Field Production, Pest monitoring and Management, tree and field production.

Bryce is now successfully pursing his studies thanks to being awarded a Scholarship of US$10,000 from the trust.

Felix Newberry

 

Felix completed his final year of study towards a Bachelor's of Engineering programme at the University of Canterbury, where he graduated with an Honours degree.

Felix holds a particular interest in aeronautical engineering with an emphasis on computational modelling. He will be travelling to the United States and will be undertaking a master's and subsequently PhD programme in Aeronautical engineering. The two years master degree will serve a foundation towards the PhD Research relating to Computational fluid dynamics, modelling turbulence and chaotic systems.

Once he has completed his degree Felix indicated a desire to return to New Zealand, and engage in Research/engineering work. Felix was awarded a Templin Scholarship of US$30,000.

 

 
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