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Scholarship from Pacific Islander scholars
The State Society and Governance in Melanesia Program (SSGM), situated in ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, is offering a Pacific Scholarship Award for eight places to graduate students and scholars from universities, research institutions and professional bodies in the Pacific Islands to attend its Developing Pacific Scholarship Program for two weeks from 31 January to 11 February 2011.
Full travel costs to and from Canberra, plus accommodation, will be paid to successful Pacific Islander applicants.
This Program is envisaged as a training opportunity for younger Pacific Islands researchers.
During the first week of the Program, a selection of ANU Pacific Studies staff will offer brief summaries of their current research, there will be opportunities for comments and feedback on the visiting participant’s writing and research, and guided introductions to research resources.
The second week will feature 15 – 20 minute presentations from each of the visitors on any aspect of their research. Trips around Canberra and social events will also be offered.
How to Apply for the Developing Pacific Scholarship :
Send an abstract (less than 250 words) drawing on research you are currently or have recently undertaken and how you wish to develop this during your visit to ANU, as well as the topic of your proposed short presentation during the second week at the Pacific Research Colloquium.
Please include a brief biographical description explaining who you are and which institution or organisation you are affiliated with.
Application deadline : 27th October 2010.