The Sandrina Park Award was established in 1983 with an endowment provided by Mal and Sandy Nairn to support postgraduate research in rural based industries. The award took its name from the Nairn family farming property at Bannister.
This award is open to Murdoch University Postgraduate students working in any animal related discipline with preference toward those working in the field of large animal and/or rural research.
The award may be used to fund or supplement a research project or to cover travel expenses up to a maximum of $2500 (AUD) to allow a postgraduate student to attend a conference or research meeting relevant to their field of research.
|Funding body||Sandrina Park Graduate Award (Murdoch University Veterinary Fund)|
|Study level||Masters, PhD|
|Value (including stipends, expenses and top-ups)||$2,500|
|Duration and start date||Awarded annually|
|Application criteria||To apply for this Award you must: |
The recipient will be required to
|Apply by||30 November of each year for funding for the following year.|
To apply, students must submit
Please submit all your application documents to Graduate Research Office
|Contact||Please email Margo Darbyshire, Development Officer (School of Veterinary Medicine) for more information.|