Value: $1,000 NZD total value
Number of awards: 1
Applicants must: be enrolled and confirmed in a PhD programme in any Department or School at the University of Otago; have had accepted in a peer-reviewed academic paper (conference or journal) that contributes to New Zealand conservation, and in which they are the lead author. Not have previously been awarded the award.
The intent of this award is to support research on any topic that will contribute to fostering the conservation of New Zealand’s plants and animals and the communities they form, including also the social processes involved in conservation, e.g. political, legal, economic and management, and to have the research communicated to a general audience. Each award must be taken up in the year in which it is made.
Who can apply?
All international students
How to apply?
Applicants must complete the application form and enclose the following documents: a copy of the paper for which the award will be made; report from supervisor or head of department; summary of how the award will be used to support further research; statement outlining paper’s contribution to New Zealand conservation (500 words or less); detailed budget; statement outlining plans for how their research will be communicated to the public (500 words or less). This completed application form must be sent to: Scholarships Administrator, University of Otago, P O Box 56, Dunedin.
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