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AAA USA-AUS Graduate Education, Veteran and Art Scholars Announced

Since 2002, the American Australian Association’s (AAA) scholarship and grant programs have been providing support to the next generation of Americans and Australians to undertake transformational study, research and artistic development in the country of the other. To date, the AAA has awarded over 800 Graduate, Veteran and Art scholarships and grants worth over US $10.5 million. 

The AAA is delighted to announce the selection and award of the following scholarship recipients.

2020 USA to Australia Graduate Education Fund Scholars


 Dana Cusano
Anthony Waddle  Meadhbh Molloy Jessica Bergman  Ryan Ivone 
Karen Corbett Hemant Gandhi Sophia MacVittie  Amber Datta Samuel Zarfos 
 Lauren Jankowski Melissa Ward  Leo Sementilli  Erika Auger  
   Click here to view all AAA Graduate Education Fund
Scholars and Alumni on our website.

2020 USA to Australia Veterans’ Fund Scholars


 Micah Killion Vitalis Wekheye  Jeremy Pierce Samantha Antolick   James McCullen
Carlos Hernandez  Leslie VanBelkum  Derek Endter Robert Mraz  James Knuppenburg
  Click here to view all AAA Veterans’ Fund
Scholars and Alumni on our website.

2020 USA to Australia and Australia to USA Arts Fund Scholars


 Yvette Keong Linda Michael Rulan Tangen Frank Buffalo Hyde   
  Click here to view all AAA Arts Fund
Scholars and Alumni on our website.

About the AAA:

Established in 1948, the American Australian Association is the leading privately funded non-profit organization dedicated to deepening and strengthening cooperation and understanding between the institutions and people of the United States and Australia. Our mission supports events and activities which focus our engagement and philanthropy around four core pillars: Business and Innovation, Education, Veterans and the Arts.



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