HEB Memorial Bursary

James Cook University (JCU)

To commemorate and recognise the late Robert Hebden. My brother, Robert James Hebden, passed away in 2014 from Cancer. He was a popular local cartoonist (pen name HEB) for over 50 years and contributed a weekly topical cartoon to local newspapers for over 40 years. The Townsville Library held an exhibition of his work in 2015. The Perc Tucker Gallery also exhibited his works in February 2016 during Townsville's 150th celebrations. Robert also submitted two entries in the Archibald. Several Books of his most popular cartoons were also published; one of which was included in a 'time capsule' buried by the City Council many years ago. Robert was a musician (drummer and guitarist) for several local bands, one being The Pacific Mainstream Jazz Band for over 40 years.

Eligibility

Applicants must: be enrolled at the Townsville campus in the Bachelor of Education (primary), Masters of Teaching and Learning (internal students only); enrolled in ED1442 or ED3194 Arts Education for Primary School or Masters Students ED5953 Arts Education for (primary) school; are experiencing financial hardship.

Amount $2,000

The scholarship is valued at $2,000 for 1 year.

Closing date 30-Sep
Frequency Annual
For Australian students
For international students
Level of study Undergraduate / VET
Field of studys Accounting
Agriculture
Architecture
Built environment
Business and management
Communications
Computing and information technology
Creative arts
Dentistry
Economics
Education and training
Engineering and technology
Environmental studies
Health services and support
Humanities and social sciences
Languages
Law
Mathematics
Medicine
Nursing
Para-legal studies
Pharmacy
Psychology
Rehabilitation
Sciences
Social work
Sport and leisure
Surveying
Tourism and hospitality
Veterinary science
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