Australian Wildlife Society - University of New South Wales Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship

The Australian Wildlife Society Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship is open to postgraduate research students from any University in Australia undertaking a research project at the University of New South Wales that is of direct relevance to the conservation of Australian native wildlife (flora or fauna). The scholarship totals $5,000, and will be awarded to one candidate, who will receive one payment of $2,500 each semester. The scholarship is provided to support operational costs associated with the successful candidate’s research project, such as:

  • Travel associated with the research project
  • Fieldwork expenses
  • Specialist software
  • Small items of equipment (i.e. less than $5,000)

Instructions for applicants of the Wildlife Ecology 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 for 1 year

How to apply: Click here and follow links to scholarships and prizes

Applications Close: 31 May

 

2017 Australian Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship

The 2017 Australian Wildlife Society (AWS) Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship has been awarded to UNSW School of the Environment PhD candidate Corey Callaghan for his project "What impact do cities in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area have on bird-life?  MORE »

Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship

The Australian Wildlife Society Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship is open to postgraduate research students from any university in Australia undertaking a research project at University of Technology Sydney that is of direct relevance to the conservation of Australian native wildlife (flora or fauna).  The scholarship totals $5,000, and will be awarded to one candidate, who will receive one payment of $2,500 each semester. The scholarship is provided to support operational costs associated with the successful candidate's research project, such as:

  • Travel associated with the research project
  • Fieldwork expenses
  • Specialist software
  • Small items of equipment (i.e. less than $5,000)

Instructions for applications of the Wildlife 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

2017 Australian Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship

The 2017 Australian Wildlife Society (AWS) Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship has been awarded to UTS School of the Environment PhD candidate Reannan Honey for her project on "Habitat Restoration". MORE »

2016 Australian Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship

The 2016 Australian Wildlife Society (AWS) Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship has been awarded to UTS School of the Environment PhD candidate Naomi Walters for her research on Safeguarding northern quolls from cane toads. MORE »

2015 Australian Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship

The 2015 Australian Wildlife Society (AWS) Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship has been awarded to UTS School of the Environment PhD candidate Ray Mjadwesch for researching the history and status of the four large macropod species, the western grey kangaroo (Macropos fuliginosus), eastern grey kangaroo (M. giganteus), the wallaroo/euro (M. robustus) and the red kangaroo (M. rufus), in New South Walesthe management of kangaroos. MORE »

2014 Australian Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship

The 2014 Australian Wildlife Society (AWS) Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship has been awarded to UTS School of the Environment PhD candidate Sofietje Voerman for her research on the native marine seaweed Caulerpa filiformis. MORE »

2013 Australian Wildlife Ecology Research Scholarship

University of Technology Sydney School of the Environment PhD candidate Ellen Curtis is inaugural recipient of a generous scholarship established by the Australian Wildlife Society. Ellen believes her research will give insight into Australian desert plant vulnerability to high temperature extremes. MORE »