HDR+ student grants are awarded each year to a range of creative and innovative student-led initiatives that help enhance the academic outcomes, and contribute to the development of HDR communities at the University.
The grant scheme invites applications for funding for projects that commence the following year. Each grant is worth up to $1200. The scheme is designed to support the development of essential research skills such as project management, proposal writing and project evaluation skills.
HDR students are invited to develop and lead an activity that enriches the experience of HDR students at the University. Examples of possible activities include:
Your grant application will be assessed according to the following criteria:
To apply you need to be an HDR student currently enrolled at the University. If you've previously applied but were unsuccessful, you're encouraged to apply again.
If you received an HDR+ grant in previous years you are not eligible.
The next round of HDR+ Student Grants will be confirmed in Semester 2, 2020.
Complete the application form and proposal online. Log in with your university email and password to lodge your application.
|Project||Faculty or school||Project title|
|Briana Lees||Faculty of Medicine and health||Write-well bootcamp|
|Shaun Boustani||Faculty of Science||Applying your skills outside academia, alternative career pathways in Psychology|
|Djuna Hallsworth||Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences||Learning to Create Video Essays|
|Heidi Morahan||Sydney School of Health Sciences||Animal Research Best Practices for HDR students|
|Yu Gu||Sydney School of Health Sciences||Uplifting Your Public Speaking Skills|
|Mitchell Cunningham||Faculty of Science||Meta-what? An interactive primer of meta-analytical techniques|
|Marie March||Sydney School of Health Sciences||Supporting clinician researchers in Western Sydney|
|Sebastian Stefani||Faculty of Medicine and health||Young Investigators Retreat|
|Carolyn Mazariego||Faculty of Medicine and health||HDR Skills Sharing and Speed Networking Night|
|Alessandra Wollaston||Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences||creative comms crash course|
|Natasha Arthars||Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences||The 12-week year for HDR students: creating strategies that work|