When Alexandra Henderson lost her life in a farm accident in July 2017 she had just started her studies at CSU. She was enrolled in the Equine Science course and intended to complete some wildlife managements units as well as she combined her interest in conservation and social justice with her passion for horses and riding. In March 2017, Alexandra spent time at Antelope Park in Zimbabwe where she was able to work with horses and wildlife, including lions on the property as part of a rehabilitation program in place. She thoroughly enjoyed her time there, and was preparing her own application to return to Africa via the CSU Global Africa Experience in 2017. Alexandra was a person who was determined to have a positive impact on the world, and by enabling other students to learn and do the work she wanted to do herself, her family will be able to enable her to fulfil her goals even though she will not be here to savour them.
Studying any undergraduate course in the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences. Rural and remote or indigenous students are encouraged to apply. Students who, due to financial circumstances, would be unable to take part in the CSU Global Africa Experience are encouraged to apply. Applicant to demonstrate evidence of: A genuine desire to work towards protection of the natural world and the environment we all live in combined with an interest in social justice and sustainability. Demonstrated interest in social justice, sustainability and community development.
|Amount|| $1,000 |
Single Payment $1000
|Closing date||Early February|
|Student type||Australian and New Zealand|
|For Australian students|
|For international students|
|Level of study|| Undergraduate / VET|