Noel Beadle Memorial Scholarship for Postgraduate Study in Botany
jbruhl at METZ.UNE.EDU.AU
Fri Oct 18 10:08:14 CDT 2002
For Australian citizens and permanent residents, apologies to all others.
>The University of New England
>School of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resources Management
>Noel Beadle Memorial Scholarship for Postgraduate Study in Botany
>Persons Eligible: Australian citizens or permanent residents who are
>enrolled as candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy or a research
>master's degree in the discipline of Botany in the Faculty of The Sciences
>Benefits: An award, or awards, the annual value of which shall be
>determined by the Faculty of The Sciences Award Committee and which shall
>be an amount not exceeding 75% of the annual interest on the sum endowed to
>a maximum of $2500. The award may be granted in part as a salary or stipend
>supplement and in part as a fund to facilitate the scholar's research
>program or wholly to either purpose.
>Tenure: Subject to satisfactory progress, the scholarship is renewable
>annually for up to three years for a candidate for the degree of Doctor of
>Philosophy or up to two years for a candidate for a master's degree.
>For further information contact:
>Dr Peter Clarke, Convenor of Botany, School of Environmental Sciences and
>Natural Resources Management, The University of New England, Armidale, NSW
>2351. Telephone (02) 6773 3712, Fax (02) 6773 3283, email:
>pclarke1 at metz.une.edu.au.
>For APA and UNERS application forms contact:
>Thea Harris, Postgraduate Scholarships Officer, The University of New
>England, Armidale, NSW 2351. email: aharris at metz.une.edu.au, phone: (02)
>6773 3571. APA and UNERS applications close by 31 October.
Jeremy J. Bruhl, PhD
Associate Professor of Botany
Director, NCW Beadle Herbarium (NE)
School of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resources Management
Faculty of the Sciences
University of New England, Armidale, NSW 2351 Australia
jbruhl at metz.une.edu.au
Voice: +61 2 6773 2429
Fax: +61 2 6773 3283
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