This project is funded by the Australian Research Council, with partners Save The Gouldian Fund, WWF-Australia, National Drones Institute, and Kimberley Land Council. CDU scholarships are open to citizens and permanent residents of Australia and New Zealand, cover all fees and a ~$27K pa stipend. Outstanding undergraduate marks and first-class Honours or Masters by research are required.
Expressions of interest: Please email detailed CV, full University transcripts, and brief letter describing your research interests and suitability for this thesis. The successful candidate will be invited to apply to the CDU postgraduate Research and Training program (View Website).