In light of the recent developments and growing uncertainty around COVID-19, the Foundation acknowledges the significant impact among our John Monash community.
His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, the Governor of South Australia and Patron of the General Sir John Monash Foundation, hosted an intimate gathering of friends, supporters and Alumni to introduce and congratulate Nicholas Duddy, who has been awarded the Tim Fairfax AC John Monash Scholarship.
On Tuesday 11th February, our inspiring cohort of 2020 John Monash Scholars were presented with their Scholarship Certificates by His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd), Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia and the Foundation’s Patron-in-Chief, at a special ceremony held at Queens Hall, Parliament House Melbourne.
The General Sir John Monash Foundation is pleased to invite friends, supporters and members of the public to attend a Public Lecture hosted by Professor Duncan Maskell, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne.
On Friday 29th November 2019, His Excellency the Honourable Kim Beazley AC, Governor of WA and Patron of the General Sir John Monash Foundation, hosted an intimate gathering of friends, supporters and Alumni to introduce and congratulate the recently announced 2020 WA John Monash Scholars.
On Thursday 21st November 2019, Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AO QC, Governor of NSW and Patron of the General Sir John Monash Foundation, hosted an intimate gathering of friends and supporters to introduce and congratulate the recently announced 2020 NSW John Monash Scholars.
Two outstanding individuals have been announced as the inaugural 2020 Bob Hawke and Tim Fischer John Monash Scholars, at a special celebration event held at Parliament House Canberra on 3 December 2019.
On Monday 9th September, Prime Minister Scott Morrison paid tribute in Parliament to the Honourable Tim Fischer AC, the former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, and has committed to honouring his memory and remarkable legacy by funding a perpetual scholarship in his name.
From the most remote and rural communities to our largest cities, Australians from all political persuasions, ethnic backgrounds and religious beliefs united in sadness at the passing of the Honourable Tim Fischer, MP, National Party leader, deputy Prime Minister and former Ambassador to the Holy See on the 22nd August. A man who carried many titles but whom we all comfortably call Tim.