The Arthur McComb PhD Field Work Grant
Arthur McComb was Professor of Environmental Science at Murdoch University from 1989 – 1996. He was passionate in wanting to improve the state of environmental management, based on rational, logical and well-founded biological principles.
This award has been established by his family to commemorate his desire to continually improve our knowledge of the Western Australian biota and its management.
|Funding body||The Arthur McComb PhD Field Work Grant|
|Value (including stipends, expenses and top-ups)||Up to $3000 pa for up to 3 years if field work is required in each year of the PhD|
To help meet the costs of field work required for a project on an aspect of conservation and management of the Western Australian biota
|Duration and start date||Up to 3 years over the period of the PhD Research|
|Apply by||31st March 2019 (Awarded in April 2019)|
To apply, students must submit:
Please submit all your application documents to Graduate Research Office
|Contact||Please email Dr Jane Chambers or call him on 9360 2739 for more information.|