A 3-year, truly cross-disciplinary PhD project, with supervision from five distinct discipline areas is available early next year with the TechnEcology Research Network.
The PhD will draw its data from a citizen science project and social surveys that TechnEcology is leading with partners in the Arthur Rylah Institute, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, and Land for Wildlife.
A full project description can be found at: www.deakin.edu.au/courses/fees-scholarships/scholarships/find-a-scholarship/hdr-scholarship-wildlife-to-well-being
Essential criteria include:
- One or more peer reviewed publications or other substantive public outputs.
- Experience in collecting and analysing data from one or more of the relevant fields.
- Capacity to implement research in collaboration with a range of stake-holders (government agencies, private landholders, conservation groups etc.).
- Strong written communication skills in English language, including the capacity to write research results into papers for peer-reviewed journals.
- Evidence of capacity for cross-disciplinary research spanning two or more of the focal areas (Ecology, Information Technology, Health, Economics, Social research).
For more information about this scholarship, please contact Prof Don Driscoll (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Closing date: 5pm, Thursday 31 January 2019.