ANZMAC Travel Awards are designed to assist full-time doctoral students who wish to attend the ANZMAC conference to present their work, and who might not otherwise be able to attend. Applicants must be studying at an institution that holds Institutional Membership of ANZMAC at the time of application. Up to two awards may be made each year. Each award will consist of up to $1,000.
ANZMAC Doctoral Travel Awards:
|2013||Anisur Faroque||University of Canterbury|
|2013||David Harris||Central Queensland University|
|2013||Sarah Duffy||University of New South Wales|
|2013||Raditha Hapsari||Lincoln University|
|2013||Delma Poniman,||University of Western Australia|
|2012||Joe Damrongphiwat||Macquarie University|
|2012||Leelanga Seneviratne||University of Canterbury|
|2012||Andrew Qiang Zhu||The University of Auckland|
|2011||Haodong “Harry” Gu||UNSW|
|2010||Claire Johnson||University of Adelaide|
|2008||Adeline Chua Phaik Harn||Otago|
|2008||Adriana Campelo||Otagovia Aberystwyth|
Is ANZMAC Doctoral Travel Awards closed for this year?
Not yet. They’re about to be opened for application shortly.
Please note the above reply is not correct. Applications have closed. They were due with the submission of original DC proposals.
(One remaining award is the best paper award with attached travel support to attend the EMAC DC. This one will be selected from the existing proposals, no separate application is required.)