[Taxacom] UPDATED POSTING Te Papa MSc Scholarship in Plant Molecular Systematics at Victoria University

Heidi Meudt HeidiM at tepapa.govt.nz
Mon Nov 5 15:39:14 CST 2007


Dear TAXACOM, 
 
Apologies for the second posting.  In the previous email, I neglected to include the correct link to the application, which is now included here.  Please spread the word about this unique opportunity for a MSc scholarship in New Zealand. 
 
Thanks,
Heidi
 
 Te Papa MSc Scholarship in Plant Molecular Systematics at Victoria University

The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and Victoria University of Wellington are offering a Master of Science (MSc) scholarship in the field of plant molecular systematics at Victoria University. The purpose of the award is to promote research between Te Papa and Victoria University in the area of plant molecular systematics, ecology and evolution.
 
An MSc degree at Victoria University is undertaken over two years (Parts 1 and 2) and involves four courses worth equal marks, plus a research thesis worth 60% of the total. The Te Papa-VUW scholarship provides the successful applicant with a student stipend of $4000 in part 1 (2008) and $6000 in part 2 (2009).  The project offered in 2008-2009 will be a molecular systematic investigation of a New Zealand group of mosses, ferns, or flowering plants.  The thesis research will involve the DNA sequencing of chloroplast and nuclear genes, and will address phylogenetic questions such as the relationships between species and generic boundaries, as well as issues of biogeography and species delimitation. The ideal applicant will have completed a BSc degree and have an interest in New Zealand plants and molecular phylogenetic techniques.
 
For more information about the thesis project or studying towards an MSc degree at Victoria University contact: Dr Heidi Meudt (e-mail: heidim at tepapa.govt.nz), Dr Leon Perrie (email: leonp at tepapa.govt.nz) or Dr Peter Ritchie (e-mail: Peter.Ritchie at vuw.ac.nz).
 
For information about the School of Biological Sciences and a copy of the post-graduate prospectus visit http://www.vuw.ac.nz/sbs
 
Applications are lodged through the Scholarships Office, Victoria University of Wellington, PO Box 600, Wellington, New Zealand.
 E-mail: Scholarships-Office at vuw.ac.nz
 Tel +64-4-463 5113/5557
Visit the web site for an application form and instructions: 
http://www.fis.org.nz/BreakOut/vuw/schols.phtml?detail+600535
http://www.victoria.ac.nz/scholarships <http://www.victoria.ac.nz/scholarships >  
 
 Applications close on 14 December 2007 
Selection will be based on academic merit and short listed applicants may be required to participate in a telephone interview. 
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Heidi M. Meudt, Ph.D.
Research Scientist, Botany
Museum of New Zealand
Te Papa Tongarewa
P.O. Box 467
Wellington
New Zealand
heidim at tepapa.govt.nz
phone: +64 4 381 7127
fax: +64 4 381 7070
website: http://www.tepapa.govt.nz/TePapa/English/CollectionsAndResearch/ResearchAtTepapa/Projects/Plants/

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Adjunct Research Associate
School of Biological Sciences
Victoria University
1-85 Kelburn Parade
Room 507, New Kirk Building
Wellington
New Zealand
phone: +64 4 463 5026
fax: +64 4 463 5331
website: http://www.victoria.ac.nz/sbs/staff/staff_research_fellows/meudt-heidi/meudt-heidi.aspx


 


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