Supports female students studying computer science, engineering, architecture or information technology for study tours, student exchange, and short term professional and personal development experiences.
Architecture, design and urban planning, Computer science and IT, Engineering
Enzyme-assisted deconstruction of lignocellulose and reconstruction into high value bio-derived advanced materials
Financial support for a PhD student to work on a project that brings together highly-complementary discoveries and expertise in the area of lignocellulose-derived advanced materials as important future substitutes for fossil-based materials.
Agriculture and animal sciences, Engineering, Science and mathematics
This HDR travel scholarship was established in 2009 and is maintained by a bequest from the late Orme Augusta Marsh. The purpose of the scholarship is to support a Higher Degree by Research candidate in observing architectural
methods used overseas.