BOU John and Pat Warham Studentships for postgraduate studies of Sphenisciform and Procellariiform seabirds
The aim of these studentships is to support postgraduate studies of Sphenisciform and Procellariiform seabirds, by citizens of Commonwealth countries. Four fully-funded studentships are available and it is envisaged that one studentship will be awarded per year from 2018, although, if more than one exceptional application is received, two awards may be made in one year. Proposals must be submitted by 30 June 2017.
The Theo Murphy Australian Frontiers of Science – The Antarctic Frontier: Developing research in an extreme environment symposium, Hobart 13 —15 September 2017
Over two days, EMCRs will share their latest research findings, build networks and create pathways for future interdisciplinary research. Approximately 70 EMCRs will be chosen to attend the conference. The Theo Murphy (Australia) Fund will support the attendance costs of all successful applicants.
Early- and mid-career researchers working in Australia or neighbouring countries, who have received their PhD within the last 15 years (excluding any periods of career interruption) are eligible to apply. Applications from PhD students within 6 months of submitting their thesis will also be considered. You must be a member of the EMCR Forum to apply. It is free to be a member and you can sign up as part of your application if you are not currently a member. Applications close 11.59 AEST 25 May 2017.