USE THIS ONELockheed Martin Australia (LMA) Chief Executive Joe North has congratulated the inaugural Gallipoli Scholarship Fund (GSF) LMA Bursary recipient, Clancy Gundrum. Gundrum was confirmed as the 2020 LMA Bursary recipient in April and is nearing the completion of his first year of study towards a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and a Bachelor of Genetics at the Australian National University, Canberra.

North said that Gundrum stood out for his academic achievements and genuine desire to make a difference. “We are proud to partner with the Gallipoli Scholarship Fund and support Australia’s best and brightest to pursue their goals in STEM-based careers,” he said. “Lockheed Martin Australia congratulates Clancy on his selection; he was an outstanding candidate and we look forward to seeing his education and career develop as he pursues his dreams.”

On a visit to Lockheed Martin Australia House in Canberra, Gundrum said he was delighted to have been selected for the 2020 LMA Bursary and aspired to pursue a STEM-based career in a field that enabled him to contribute towards a positive future for society. “I was really surprised and excited to be the first-time recipient of this generous bursary. I hope that this inaugural award can become a longstanding opportunity for future Gallipoli scholars, offering them the same connections that I have now been afforded,” he said. “In the end, the most important thing to me is that I am engaged with what I do and that I feel I am making a significant change in the world, so I am extremely grateful to be recognised by a company that operates so widely within the international STEM community.”

The Gallipoli Scholarship Fund (GSF) is an Australian not-for-profit established in 1996 to provide scholarships for eligible descendants of Australian veterans to undertake tertiary study. The purpose of the GSF is to honour the memory and legacy of Australian veterans.


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