The Sydney Environment Institute is pleased to announce the call for applications for our 2022 Honours Research Fellowship program.
Applications are invited from students in any discipline across the University of Sydney, and particularly encouraged from those in creative disciplines including Art History, Film and Media studies, Museum studies, and the School of Architecture, Design and Planning, conducting research in the areas of water, adaptation, resilience, justice, or the Pacific.
The aim of the SEI Honours Research Fellowship is to provide a supportive environment for young researchers while exposing candidates to multi-disciplinary approaches to addressing critical environmental issues. The Fellowship program gives candidates unique access to the SEI’s global network of leading environmental scholars, as well as:
“The year I spent with the SEI interacting with leading thinkers on climate change challenged my views, expanded my knowledge and embedded in me the value of returning to the research for guidance and advice.”
How to apply
If you are interested in applying, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject heading ‘Application for 2022 Honours Research Fellowship’. Applications close February 25, 2022. Your email must include a completed copy of the 2022 Honours Fellowship Application Form.
The body of your email should consist of a brief personal introduction and with details on your current Degree and status, your major(s) and department or school, and your Honours supervisor (if known). Please note that the Institute is not responsible for finding you a supervisor.
Shortlisted applicants will be contacted once Honours positions have been awarded by University Faculties.
Along with your application form, please attach (in Word or PDF format):
Please note that this Fellowship opportunity is only available to University of Sydney Students.
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