UNSW Sydney invites applications for the ARC PhD Scholarship Networks in Flux: Understanding Institutional Change in Australia for the 2022/23 academic year.
Networks in Flux is an ARC funded project exploring the impact of new technologies on the HIV and HCV sector in Victoria. The PhD will contribute to this project by examining either:
a) Effective methods of knowledge translation, using the results and analysis of data. This refers to data collected in the project to provide information to the HIV and HCV sector; or
b) Exploring institutional change in the face of network interventions. This is in order to identify effective methods for producing long lasting positive change in the sector.
Networks in Flux is a multi-institutional project, bringing together researchers from the Centre for Social Impact, Monash University, Macquarie University, Southern Cross University, and the Burnet Institute. A successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with internationally recognized researchers, and to develop experience working with the public health sector in Victoria.
Worth of Award
The scholarship is worth $38,597 living stipend per annum for up to 3 years (tax free).
- Candidates must meet UNSW’s PhD Scholarship requirements
- Candidates with undergraduate and/or postgraduate qualifications in sociology, public health or related fields will be considered favourably
How to Apply
Applicants should provide a CV and a 2-3 page expression of interest detailing how their previous research experience aligns with this project, and how they would propose to initially develop a research proposal in line with the above description.
Applications for the ARC PhD Scholarship Networks in Flux can be emailed to [email protected].
Deadline: Applications open until the end of December 2022 unless awarded prior. Applicants are encouraged to submit their expressions of interest as soon as possible.