2020 PhD Seminar
Held in advance of the International Conference in Montréal, 50 doctoral students will engage with senior scholars and peers in extensive intellectual and methodological discussion of their doctoral research.
This program draws naturally from the friendliness and collegiality of its members, and is designed to provide students with career, publishing, and funding advice and professional and networking development.
Emerging Scholar Dissertation Award
This award is presented biennially for a PhD dissertation completed or defended during the two calendar years preceding the award (July 1 2017-June 30 2019). Self-nominations are accepted.
Stay in touch to build on the amazing relationships, learning and connections we have made since 2012.
A biennial opportunity for doctoral students to obtain and share advice and broaden their research horizons with peers and experienced academics within the Asia Pacific region.
Make plans to participate in future biennial PhD Seminars in the LAC region to meet other students and connect with experienced scholars.
PhD Scholarship Opportunity at QUT’s Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies (APCNS)
The Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies (ACPNS) has provided transformative education and research for and with the philanthropy/ nonprofit and social enterprise sectors for nearly 20 years. In addition, ACPNS is the Social Purpose research arm of QUT’s new Centre for Future Enterprise, committed to providing high-impact research that informs robust enterprises of the future.
The PhD Scholarship is open to either domestic or international applicants, however, the successful candidate must commence in person (and be in Brisbane, Australia) by 1 September 2020. No exceptions can be considered.
For more information and to submit your application, please refer to the dedicated page.
Applications close 11:59pm (AEST) Wednesday 24th June, 2020.