Clea Rose Travel Award
The Clea Rose Travel Award honours the memory of University tourism management student Clea Rose, who died after being hit by a speeding car in 2005.
The Rose-Dunn family established the scholarship in 2005 so the University could support students to do part of their undergraduate course overseas, with the late Ms Rose having been an avid traveller who had just returned from study abroad before she passed away. An online fundraising page was created by the Foundation, with the original goal of raising $5,000. The Rose-Dunn family exceeded their goal, collecting more than $13,000 in donations. This money will allow the Clea Rose fund to support itself into the future and continue to help students travel abroad as part of their studies.
You can make a contribution towards the Clea Rose Travel Fund today.