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Lyndsey Wright
Former Contract Research and Education Manager
Jan
14

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PhD student Emma Phillips speaks at the 2014 annual conference
PhD student Emma Phillips speaks at the 2014 annual conference

Now open - 2016 PhD scholarships

If you are studying a PhD in a natural hazards-related area, or know someone who is, our scholarship program represents a great opportunity. The good news is that the next round of applications are now open. While applications in all fields (aligned to our research program) are welcome, preference will be given to those applications in the research areas of:

  • economics and strategic decision making
  • emergency management capability
  • coastal management.   

Being a CRC scholarship recipient provides not only funding support, which I know is always welcome, but also access to the emergency services and land management industry and research leaders. If you are a student who is studying in one of these area, or you know someone who is, check the eligibility.

It is also worth taking the opportunity to consider the Associate Student Program which I talked about in a previous blog. During the coming year we are increasing the opportunities for Associate students by providing networking opportunities in various locations.  

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