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Humanist Archives: July 27, 2020, 7:30 a.m. Humanist 34.190 - PhD studentships (Curtin)

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        Date: 2020-07-26 19:37:15+00:00
        From: Tama Leaver 
        Subject: Targeted PhD Projects with Scholarship in Internet Studies @ Curtin Uni (to start 2021, applications close 1 Sept)

Hi Everyone,

Opportunities exist to apply for a range of targeted PhD scholarships
located within the Internet Studies Discipline at Curtin University. The
window of opportunity for these is short, so if you’re interested, please
email the contact person listed in the specific project pages as soon as
you’re able!

If folks could share these opportunities with current and recent Masters
and Honours completions (and those completing this year), we would be

The projects available:
1. An Ethnography of Influencers and Social Justice Cultures
2. Analysing Virtual Influencers: Celebrity, Authenticity and Identity on
Social Media https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/Scholarship/?id=4324
3. Climate Action and the Internet
4. Digital Disability and Disability Media
5. Digital Disability Inclusion across the Lifecourse
6. Digital intimacies and social media
7. Diversity, Equity and Impact: Exploring the Open Knowledge performance
of Universities https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/Scholarship/?id=4341
8. Ethical and Sociocultural Impacts of AI/Autonomous Machines as
Communicators https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/Scholarship/?id=4360
9. Tracking Australia’s Research Response to the COVID Pandemic
10. The Audio Internet

To apply for these project opportunities applicants must submit an email to
the contact Project lead listed on the project listing. The email must
include their current curriculum vitae, a summary of their research skills
and experience and the reason they are interested in this specific project.

The Project Lead will select one preferred applicant for this project and
complete a Primary reference on their behalf.

After confirmation from the Project Lead that they will receive a primary
reference for this project the applicant must submit an eApplication [
https://study.curtin.edu.au/applying/research/#apply] for admission into
the applicable HDR course no later than 1st September 2020.

All applicants must send an external referee template [
to their chosen external reference.

All references are confidential and must be submitted by the referee
directly to HDRSCH-applications@curtin.edu.au no later than 1st September

Scholarship applications submitted without a primary reference or a
completed application for admission will be considered incomplete.

For further information on the application process or for more RTP2021
Round 2 scholarship project opportunities visit:

Thanks for sharing!


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