Study with TERN (Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network)
2018 PhD Top-up Scholarship
Orchids: Canary in the coal mine for climate change
We are offering a PhD top-up scholarship of $7,000 per annum for three years for an enthusiastic student to undertake research on orchids in a changing climate in association with Wild Orchid Watch (WOW). You will be based at TERN's high impact research group at the University of Adelaide, which manages a field-based ecosystem surveillance monitoring program operating across the country.
Applicants holding, or intending to apply for a scholarship such as a Research Training Program Stipend (RTPS) or equivalent are eligible. In addition, operational costs will be covered. The project is hosted by the University of Adelaide in the School of Biological Sciences and our team is based at the Waite Campus.
More information here: http://www.ausplots.org/study-with-us/
Rosalie Lawrence, Native Orchid Society of SA Inc.,