The Brenton Knott Memorial Travel Award in Zoology is established in memory of Professor Brenton Knott and his lifetime of dedication to the School of Animal Biology and the Zoology Department at the University of Western Australia ('the University').
Adjunct Associate Professor Andrew Storey from the School of Biological Sciences (formerly Animal Biology) has made funds available to establish this travel scholarship to assist Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) students in the discipline of zoology to pursue and benefit from travel related to their research including fieldwork, conference attendance, and gathering research data.
The Brenton Knott Memorial Travel Award in Zoology provides a $1,000 research travel allowance.
To be eligible to apply an applicant must -
(i) be enrolled in a PhD in zoology in the School of Biological Sciences; and
(ii) be undertaking research in zoology.
Applications must be emailed to the School of Biological Sciences Office [email protected] by 1 May 2021
Applications must include the following documents:
(i) a statement of no more than 500 words addressing the selection criteria and eligibility criteria;
(ii) a current Curriculum Vitae: and
(iii) a budget for the proposed research operating costs and travel expenditure.