Regulations and Statutes UTR6.062 The H.W.C. Simpson Research Scholarship (1942 - )


Henry Walter Courtenay Simpson, late of Armadale in the State of Victoria, solicitor, bequeathed the greater part of his residuary estate to the University, establishing 'The H.W.C. Simpson Research Scholarship'. 'The scholarship is to be awarded to a student enrolled in a postgraduate degree undertaking research concerning the maintenance of health in livestock or the efficiency or welfare of the animal industries or of agriculture provided that preference must be given to a student undertaking research in animal problems.' The scholarship was made a University regulation in 1942.

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Sources used to compile this entry: UTR6.62 - The H.W.C. Simpson Research Scholarship, Prizes, Exhibitions, Scholarships and Bursaries (UTR6): Gifts and Bequests, The University of Melbourne,