Date: Wednesday 12 April 2017
Venue: Graduate House
The Kernot Fellowship bequest society was established in 2006 after the Melbourne School of Engineering’s long association with a number of supporters who wish to recognise the schoolin their Will.
This bequest society was named after the most esteemed professor William Charles Kernot, who was both a founding recipient of the first Engineering Certificate offered by the University of Melbourne, as well as the Founding Professor of Engineering.
This year, guests were invited to have lunch at Graduate house where the Dean of Engineering, Professor Iven Mareels provided an update to members on the school and what exciting projects lie ahead for 2017.
Members of the Kernot Fellowship were also accompanied by bequest related scholarship students at the table. There was also a variety of student projects on display, allowing Kernot Members to interact with current students and also their projects.
Samuel Barrett, The John Balfour memorial Scholarship (Student Speaker)
Guoping Hu, Clive Pratt Scholarship
Qi Zheng, Clive Pratt Scholarship
Diego Castellanos, James Herbert Mirams Memorial Scholarship
Patrick Hislop, Biomechanical Study of Acromioclavicular Joint Dog-Bone Stabilisation
Anna Kirkpatrick and Kimberley Yan, Biomechanics of Single Ventricle Hearts
Alireza Mohammadi, Soft Bionic Hand
Photographed by Andrew Gooden, Good Studio
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