RegNet PhD scholarships

1st July 2022

The School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) is offering three scholarships for 2022/23:

Post-Conflict Peacebuilding Scholarship

Expressions of interest are sought for two three-year full time PhD Scholarships linked to Dr Lia Kent’s ARC Future Fellowship project, Local Responses to Missing Persons and Post-conflict peacebuilding, funded through the Australian Government Research Training Program (AGRTP) Stipend Scholarship.

The project aims to reshape dominant thinking on the problem of missing persons in post-conflict peacebuilding by bringing local understandings, needs and practices around ‘the missing’ to the centre of scholarly analysis. Find out more.

To express your interest, contact Dr Kent at lia.kent@anu.edu.au for an informal enquiry and discussion. Following discussions, if proceeding to apply for admission to the ANU PhD program:

  • Apply to the ANU PhD program through the normal process outlined on the ANU website
  • At the same time as you apply, email cap.hdr@anu.edu.au stating that you wish to be considered for the ‘RegNet Post-Conflict Peacebuilding Scholarship’.
  • Make sure that this email includes your ANU application number.

Please note this expression of interest has closed.

ARC Laureate Fellowship PhD scholarships

Two four-year full-time PhD scholarships are available with the Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship in Governance for Planetary Health Equity. The PhD scholars will be based in Canberra at the Planetary Health Equity Hothouse in the ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet). The primary supervisor is ARC Laureate Fellow Professor Sharon Friel.
Find out more.

To express your interest, contact Dr Friel at sharon.friel@anu.edu.au for an informal enquiry and discussion. Following discussions, if proceeding to apply for admission to the ANU PhD program:

  • Apply to the ANU PhD program through the normal process outlined on the ANU website
  • At the same time as you apply, email cap.hdr@anu.edu.au stating that you wish to be considered for the ‘ARC Laureate Fellowship Scholarship’.
  • Make sure that this email includes your ANU application number.

Expression of interest will close on Friday, 16 September 2022.

Diaspora humanitarians and their online activities PhD scholarship

Expressions of interest are sought for a three-year full-time PhD Scholarship as part of an Australian Research Council (ARC) funded project, Diaspora Humanitarians: How Australia-based migrants help in crises abroad, led by Professor Alan Gamlen.

The project is available for candidates who are willing to undertake research into how and why Australia-based migrant groups use social media platforms to organise and respond to humanitarian crises abroad. The successful candidate will join a growing interdisciplinary research team which is funded by the ARC. They will be situated within the interdisciplinary, research-intensive environment at the ANU RegNet. Find out more.

To express your interest, contact Professor Alan Gamlen at Alan.Gamlen@anu.edu.au for an informal enquiry and discussion. Please include a cover letter, CV, brief research proposal (two pages maximum) and an academic transcript. Following discussions, if proceeding to apply for admission to the ANU PhD program:

  • Apply to the ANU PhD program through the normal process outlined on the ANU website
  • At the same time as you apply, email cap.hdr@anu.edu.au stating that you wish to be considered for the ‘RegNet Diaspora Humanitarians Scholarship’.
  • Make sure that this email includes your ANU application number.

Expression of interest will close on Friday, 16 September 2022.

Updated:  10 August 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, RegNet/Page Contact:  Director, RegNet