Scholarships available for the Science to Policy Leadership Program

In addition to opportunities for individuals to be sponsored by their organisations, the Trust has available a limited number of scholarships.  We are keen to ensure that the scholarships on offer in 2019 are widely disseminated:

  •             The Professor John Langford Scholarship:  one full scholarship open to all individuals.
  •             The Mark Wootton (Jigsaw Farms) Scholarship:  one full scholarship open to all individuals.
  •             The Vicky Cullen Scholarship:  one full scholarship open to ATSI applicants.

Additionally, Glencore Australia is offering two fully funded positions for applicants who have a connection to, or professional interest in Central Queensland, NSW Hunter Valley and/or Mudgee/Central Tablelands regions. These positions are open to individuals from the community, academia, NFP sector and agencies within the relevant areas.

Applications are now closed.

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