University Student Grants

Instructions for applications of the University Student Grants

To apply for a University Student Grant, please download the PDF instructions here »
Applications must be received by 31st May. Successful applicants will be notified by mail in July.
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Wildlife Ecolgoy Science Research Scholarship

Are you a full-time PhD candidate or Masters Research Student?
Does your project have direct relevance to the conservation of Australian native
fauna or flora?

You may be eligible to submit an application for the newly established Australian Wildlife Society Research Scholarship to help you complete your degree.

Scholarship details: Scholarship valued at $5,000.00 for 1 year
How to apply: Click here and follow links to scholarships and prizes

Applications close: 28 February

2016 University Student Grants

The Australian Wildlife Society is delighted to announce the winners of the ten annual grants of $1,500 each to honours or postgraduate students conducting research that will contribute to the conservation of Australian wildlife. MORE »

Articles written by the winners of the 2016 University Grants can be downloaded here »

2015 University Student Grants

The Australian Wildlife Society is delighted to announce the winners of the ten annual grants of $1,000 each to honours or postgraduate students conducting research that will contribute to the conservation of Australian wildlife. MORE »

Articles written by the winners of the 2015 University Grants can be downloaded here »

2014 University Student Grants

The Australian Wildlife Society is delighted to announce the winners of the ten annual grants of $1,000 each to honours or postgraduate students conducting research that will contribute to the conservation of Australian wildlife. MORE »

Articles written by the winners of the 2014 University Grants can be downloaded here »

2013 University Student Grants

The Australian Wildlife Society is delighted to announce the winners of the ten annual grants of $1,000 each to honours or postgraduate students conducting research that will contribute to the conservation of Australian wildlife. MORE »

Articles written by the winners of the 2014 University Grants can be downloaded here »

2012 University Student Grants

The Australian Wildlife Society is delighted to announce the winners of the ten annual grants of $1,000 each to honours or postgraduate students conducting research that will contribute to the conservation of Australian wildlife. MORE »

Articles written by the winners of the 2012 University Grants can be downloaded here »

2011 University Student Grants

The Australian Wildlife Society is delighted to announce the winners of the ten annual grants of $1,000 each to honours or postgraduate students conducting research that will contribute to the conservation of Australian wildlife. MORE »

Articles written by the winners of the 2011 University Grants can be downloaded here »

2010 University Student Grants

The Australian Wildlife Society is delighted to announce the winners of the ten annual grants of $1,000 each to honours or postgraduate students conducting research that will contribute to the conservation of Australian wildlife. MORE »

Articles written by the winners of the 2010 University Grants can be downloaded here »

2009 – University Student Centenary Grants – winners

The Australian Wildlife Society is delighted to announce the winners of the two grants of $5,000 each to honours or postgraduate students conducting research that will contribute to the conservation of Australian wildlife. The two Centenary Grants are awarded based on each applicant’s progress in the project for which the Initial Grant was awarded.

The winners for 2009 are:

Arian Wallach – School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Adelaide.
Project – “Persistence of endangered mammals: Is the dingo the key?”

Andrew Cole – ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University, Townsville.
Project – “The control of coral disease by coral-feeding fishes”

2009 University Student Grants

The Australian Wildlife Society is delighted to announce the winners of the ten annual grants of $1,000 each to honours or postgraduate students conducting research that will contribute to the conservation of Australian wildlife. MORE »

Articles and pictures by the ten 2009 University Student Grants winners and the two Centenary Grant winners can be downloaded here. MORE »

2008 University Student Grants

The Australian Wildlife Society is delighted to announce the winners of the ten annual grants of $1,000 each to honours or postgraduate students conducting research that will contribute to the conservation of Australian wildlife. MORE »

2007 University Student Grants

The Australian Wildlife Society is delighted to announce the winners of the ten annual grants of $1,000 each to honours or postgraduate students conducting research that will contribute to the conservation of Australian wildlife. MORE »

2006 University Student Grants

The Ten winners of our inaugural University Grants have been presented with their cheques and were asked to provide a few paragraphs on their project and a photo. We are delighted to share with our members their first reports. MORE »

2005 University Student Grants

The five winners of our inaugural University Grants have been presented with their cheques
and were asked to provide a few paragraphs on their project and a photo. We are delighted to share with our members their first reports. MORE »

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Email: info@aws.org.au
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