Dear Repanners/IAG’ers,

 

On behalf of the ACRN (Australasian Cities Research Network) and AECURN (Australasian Early Career Urban Research Network) please see details below about an exciting scholarship initiative for ECRs/PhD students attending/interested in attending the SOAC2019 PhD/ECR symposium.

 

We are providing up to 10 scholarships for PhD students/ECRs to help cover the costs of registration fees for this year’s conference in Perth – full details on how to apply/eligibility are in the links below.

 

Please share this information with your PhD students/ECRs and encourage them to apply.

 

Regards

 

Paul

Australasian Early Career Urban Research Network (AECURN) update 

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AECURN and ACRN will fund TEN PhD Candidates and ECRs to attend SOAC 2019

The Australasian Early Career Urban Research Network (AECURN) and the Australasian Cities Research Network (ACRN) is excited to announce that we will be sponsoring the registration fees for ten ‘Emerging Scholars’ to attend the State of Australian Cities (SOAC) conference in Perth in December this year. The scholarships will cover the registration costs for up to ten PhD students and / or Early Career Researchers (ECRs) (in academia or practice within two years of receiving their doctorate at the time of submitting their abstract). Scholarship recipients will be highlighted in the conference program and on the website as Emerging Scholars. 

For more details about SOAC, please visit the conference website.

As ECRs committed to helping other ECRs we couldn't be happier about being able to provide this financial support, generously funded by the Australasian Cities Research Network.

The scholarships will be awarded to researchers currently affiliated with an Australasian university (in Australia or New Zealand) or residing in Australasia without a University affiliation. The scholarships will be awarded based on the quality of the SOAC abstract and evidence that the applicant would not otherwise receive funding to attend the conference. The abstracts will be judged by a panel of senior and early career researchers to assess the quality of the research contribution. Applicants will also be asked to write a short justification and obtain a letter of recommendation from a supervisor to attest to the fact that they wouldn’t otherwise receive financial support for conference registration.

Please check out the AECURN website for more details. To submit your application please email aecurn@gmail.com. Applications are due June 30th. 

As always, please circulate this message through your networks to anyone you think may be interested. 


From the Review Committee
Associate Professor Paul Maginn (SOAC 2019 Chair, ACRN, UWA)
Professor Emma Baker (ACRN, University of Adelaide)
Professor Jago Dodson (ACRN, RMIT)
Dr Jasmine Palmer (AECURN)
Elizabeth Adamczyk (AECURN, University of Newcastle)

 

 

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