We are advertising for a fully-funded PhD position that focuses on the science-policy nexus in an Antarctic context.
The due date for expressions of interest is 8 November 2019 (to be directed to Dr Neil Gilbert), and we anticipate a start date in late 2019 or early 2020.
Please click here for more information.
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Interested in gaining work experience at one of the South Island’s largest employers?
Would you like to engage with the community whilst building your employability?
With over 1000 different career options Christchurch City Council has plenty of opportunities for students interested in working with local government.
Join us on Thursday 10 October – Undercroft 101 at 1 pm to find out more about the opportunities available and also how you can make an internship work within your degree.
This event is open to all students from all degrees – to find out more and to register click here>
The Canterbury Botanical Society aims to promote an interest in the study of botany, especially that of NZ and particularly the native flora of Canterbury.
Each year the Society awards grants of up to $1000 to postgraduate students whose studies contribute to the understanding and/or management of New Zealand’s indigenous flora and ecosystems. These grants aim to help students with their study expenses.
For more details and the application form, please see Canterbury Botanical Society website>
Applications open on 1 September 2019 and close on 31 October 2019.