Dorothy Hill PhD Scholarship - Applications now open!

27 May 2016
Dorothy Hill (1907-1997) was Australia's most acclaimed woman scientist of her era

The Dorothy Hill PhD Scholarship was established in 2005 by a bequest from the estate of the late Emeritus Professor Dorothy Hill, AC, CBE, who had a long standing association with the University of Queensland which lasted more than 60 years.

Applications are now open for future students planning to undertake a PhD in the School of Earth Sciences in the areas of palaeontology, stratigraphy and sedimentology research.

Award value:
$10,000 as a living stipend top up, $26,288 per annum (indexed annually) as a living allowance and $4,000 per annum towards research costs.
A tuition scholarship available for international applications.
Applications open: 
26 May 2016
Applications close: 
17 July 2016
For further information visit the UQ Scholarship website