This annual scholarship is a legacy to our colleague, the late Dr Jonathan Harris with the aim to support the academic development and achievement of undergraduate engineers at James Cook University.
Terms and Conditions
To be eligible for the Dr Jonathan Harris Scholarship you must:
About Dr Jonathan Harris
Jonathan grew up in Tasmania where his academic potential was evident from an early age. In 1980 Jonathan graduated his senior year as Dux of The Don College in Devonport. He then moved to Townsville where he completed an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering at James Cook University in 1986, receiving First Class Honours and a University Medal. Along the way Jonathan was the recipient of many awards including the Allan Knight Prize for 2nd year engineering results, the Thomas Normyle Prize for 2nd year engineering results, the Kern Prize in Civil and Systems Engineering, and the Local Government Engineers Association of Queensland Prize.
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