[Coral-List] PhD Opportunity for Australian or NZ Citizens

John Pandolfi j.pandolfi at cms.uq.edu.au
Sun May 21 23:32:55 EDT 2006

Dorothy Hill PhD Scholarship in Palaeontology 

Earth Sciences, University of Queensland 

The Dorothy Hill Scholarship for a PhD in Palaeontology at the
University of Queensland (Earth Sciences) was established in 2005 by a
bequest from the estate of the late Emeritus Professor Dorothy Hill, AC,
CBE, who had a long standing association with the University of
Queensland which lasted more than 60 years. The object of the
scholarship is to provide a stipend to a PhD student at the commencement
of their research studies in geology, particularly in the areas of
palaeontology, stratigraphy, and sedimentology. The scholarship is
tenable for 3 years, but extensions may be granted in exceptional
circumstances for a period of up to 6 months. The value and conditions
of the scholarship are equivalent to an Australian Postgraduate Award

There are several projects available immediately in marine palaeontology
in the Marine Palaeoecology Laboratory at UQ. Australian or New Zealand
students interested in the award should contact Associate Professor John
Pandolfi as soon as possible for a 2006 PhD commencement
(j.pandolfi at uq.edu.au <mailto:j.pandolfi at uq.edu.au>  ). 



John M. Pandolfi

ARC Centre of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies

Centre for Marine Studies and

     Department of Earth Sciences

University of Queensland

Brisbane, Queensland 4072


Ph: + 61 7 3365 3050

FAX: + 61 7 3365 4755

e-mail: j.pandolfi at uq.edu.au <mailto:j.pandolfi at uq.edu.au> 




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