Applications are open for our CSIRO Alumni Scholarship in Physics. Research in physics and mathematics is fundamental for Australia's future. The founders of this scholarship know that early experience in leading overseas laboratories greatly benefits graduates embarking on a research career.
So, where would you go with $6,000?
Or do you know a young scientist whose research could benefit from this scholarship?
We are keen to encourage applications for this great opportunity, so are asking for support from our alumni network - please spread the word and share this email with your network to help us reach potential applicants.
The CSIRO Alumni Scholarship in Physics was established to commemorate the scientific contributions of Drs John Dunlop, Tony Farmer, Gerry Haddad and Don Price who died in a helicopter crash in March 2013. The $6,000 travel scholarship helps post-graduate students visit and/or conduct research in an overseas or interstate institution such as a university or research establishment of international standing in the field of proposed research. We are keen to keep awarding this scholarship each year.
Funding for the scholarship is made possible by the generosity of family, friends, CSIRO alumni and colleagues of Drs John Dunlop, Gerry Haddad, Don Price and Tony Farmer. The Scholarship team also acknowledges the generous contributions from the Laboratories Credit Union and CSIRO.