[Iag-list] PhD Scholarship opportunities, Macquarie University
kristian.ruming at mq.edu.au
Tue Jun 16 16:04:00 AEST 2015
*Apologies for cross-posting*
Macquarie University has just announced another round of PhD scholarships
which are available to new candidates commencing in 2015!
The University will have 30 iMQRES (for international) and 20 MQRES (for
domestic) available to new commencing PhD candidates only. These candidates
must meet *our direct PhD admission and scholarship criteria* and must be
able to *commence no later than 15 December 2015*.
The Department of Geography and Planning is encouraging potential
applicants. It is important that there is a good fit between
the research interests of applicants and the Department. Applicants are
encouraged to review staff research profiles
contact staff directly about possible research areas.
*International* candidates must submit their applications before 30
*Domestic* candidates must submit their applications before 31 October 2015.
These scholarships will be awarded on first-in basis so please submit your
applications as soon as possible.
Successful candidates *must commence by 15 December 2015*.
Applications are open now. Candidates are encouraged to submit their
applications via eApplication
Paper-based applications will also be accepted. Applicants should write “*2015
Mid-Year MQRES*” under Other scholarships for these scholarship
If you have any questions or are considering applying for a scholarship in
the Department of Geography and Planning, please contact HDR Director
Sandie Suchet-Pearson (sandie.suchet at mq.edu.au) and/or your desired
*Dr Kristian Ruming*
*Department of Geography and Planning*
Macquarie University, NSW 2109, Australia
*T:* +61 2 9850 8314 *|* staff homepage
* |* mq.edu.au
- Baker, T. & Ruming, K.J. (2015) “Making ‘Global Sydney’: spatial
imaginaries, worlding and strategic plans”, *International Journal of
Urban and Regional Research, *39, 1, 62-78. (available here
- Ruming, K.J., Gurran, N., Maginn, P.J & Goodman, R. (2014) “A national
planning agenda? Unpacking the influence of federal urban policy on state
planning reform”, *Australian Planner*, 52, 2, 108-121. (available here
- Ruming, K.J. & Davies, P. (2014) “To what extent ‘an entirely new
approach to how planning is done’? Tracing planning system reform in New
South Wales”, *Australian Planner*, 52, 2, 122-131 (available here
- Houston, D. & Ruming, K.J*.* (2014) “Suburban toxicity: a political
ecology of asbestos in Australian cities”, *Geographical Research, *DOI:
10.1111/1745-5871.12075 (available here
- Ruming, K. (2014) "Urban consolidation, strategic planning and
community opposition in Sydney, Australia: unpacking policy knowledge and
public perceptions" *Land Use Policy*, 39, 254-265. (available here
- Ruming, K. (2014) "Social Mix Discourse and Local Resistance to Social
Housing: The Case of the Nation Building Economic Stimulus Package,
Australia" *Urban Policy and Research*, 32, 2, 163-183 (available here
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