This fellowship aims to advance the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame as a centre for business research and excellence. It offers the opportunity for deeper engagement with Queensland’s business records and the development of new interpretations and knowledge about Queensland business history.
Applications for the 2021 Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame Fellowship are now closed. The successful recipient will be announced in early June 2021. All applicants will be notified about the outcome of their application in May 2021.
For more information about the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame Fellowship please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07 3840 7879.
Rutian Mi is the recipient of the 2019 Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame Fellowship for his project The history of Chinese business in Queensland.
Hilary Davies is the recipient of the 2018 Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame Fellowship for her project Putting Queenslanders on the Road: The Canada Cycle and Motor Agency Ltd.
Toni Massey was awarded the 2017 Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame Fellowship for her project Diving into the history of Queensland’s pearl-shelling industry.
Dr Risson’s research project looks to span a 100 year period from 1880 to and 1980, when Greek migrant families operated thousands of shops in city streets and country towns right across Australia.
Julie Hornibrook was awarded the fellowship for her project, Sir Manuel Hornibrook: Father of the Australian Building Industry, at the 2015 Queensland Memory Awards ceremony.
Madeleine King and Nadia Buick were awarded the fellowship for their project High Street Histories: Queensland’s fashion business leaders at the 2014 Queensland Memory Awards ceremony.