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Program Description:

Clark Davis Ivins Memorial Travel Grant

The Clark Davis Ivins Memorial Endowment in 2014 by the family of Private Clark Davis Ivins, an Australian soldier who died during World War II. He was just 24-years-old when he died of wounds received at the Battle of Milne Bay in Papua New Guinea in 1942. 

His life may have been a short one, but the part he played in the Battle of Milne Bay, a battle that was the first Japanese defeat on land in the Pacific War, is one that certainly made a difference to the lives of many Australians, both young and old, today.

To commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Milne Bay in 2017, the Endowment was expanded to offer the Clark Davis Ivins Memorial Travel Grant.

For further information see the Clark Davis Memorial Travel Grant Conditions of Award


The Clark Davis Ivins Memorial Travel Grant will be valued at $1,000 in 2020. Two grants are available per year. The grant is paid in a single instalment to the recipient prior to their approved travel. 


To be eligible for the award the applicant must be an ANU student who is: 
  • A domestic or international student;
  • Enrolled in a Bachelor of International Security Studies; and
  • Participating in a Global Learning Program offered by the ANU.

Selection Criteria

Selection will be made on the basis of:
  • The academic record of eligible students; and
  • The extent to which the student can demonstrate that participation in a global learning program will enhance their degree program.
Other factors such as an applicant’s access to other funding streams may also be taken into account.

Preference may be given to applicants with access and equity considerations including, if relevant, financial circumstances.

Application Details

Applications are managed through the ANU Global Programs System and will consider applications from students participating in Global Learning programs in Winter Session, Semester 2 and Spring Session, 2020. 

Applications open Monday 4 November 2019

Applications close Sunday 12 January 2020.

Applications outcomes will be released on Wednesday 5 February 2020. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.

Successful applicants will be contacted using their ANU email address and will need to update their bank details on ISIS and return a signed letter of offer.


CAP Student Centre
M Block Demountable
Between Menzies Library and the Australian Centre for China in the World
T: 6125 3207

This program is currently not accepting applications.