|Type of post:||Association news item|
|Posted By:||Glen McGillivray|
|Date Posted:||Wed, 18 Sep 2019|
Social Impact of Ten Days on the Island Festival in Regional Tasmanian Communities or Practice-based Place-Based Events or Practice
We are seeking expressions of interest from applicants with a background in community and cultural development, cultural policy and tourism, to undertake a study of the impact of the Festival in regional Tasmanian communities or from applicants with a professional creative practice in site-specific and place-based events to undertake a practice-based research project.
Step 1: Visit to http://www.utas.edu.au/research/degrees/apply-now to submit an expression of interest form.
Visit https://www.utas.edu.au/research/degrees/available-phd- projects#College_of_Arts_Law_and_Education to view current HDR projects and project criteria
Step 2: Develop a research proposal
You are required to write a concise 1200-1500-word proposal that clearly outlines the research project that you will be undertaking. This should be done in response to the terms outlined for the project, and in consultation with either the Graduate Research Coordinator or potential supervisors. See contact details below.
Step 4: Contact 2 referees. You are asked to submit 2 names that will act as confidential referees with your application. Ideally these referees will be able to comment on your research ability. It is advised that you forward on a copy of your research proposal to the referee so that they are aware of your proposed project.
Referees will be notified through the automated online application process to submit their reports. Please make sure that your referee is aware that an automatically generated email will be used to notify them of the process.
Step 5: Complete the application process online. Register and return to the application form at http://www.utas.edu.au/research/degrees/apply-now
Further Information and guidelines about developing the Research Proposal Contact:
Dr Steven Carson, Graduate Research Coordinator –School of Creative Arts and Media. Steven.Carson@utas.edu.au or
To be eligible for this scholarship, the successful candidate must commence study in 2019.