Scholarship

Michael Webber Doctoral Prize in Geography

Opens
1 January 1967
Closes
1 January 1967
Eligibility
School of Geography
Category
Undergraduate
Honours
Research Higher Degree
Diploma
Masters
Academics
Value
$0.00

$1001-5000

About

The Michael Webber Doctoral Prize in Geography was established to commemorate the eminent economic geographer, Professor Michael Webber's, visionary leadership of Geography at the University of Melbourne. Professor Webber was Chair of Geography (1985-2003), head of the Department of Geography from 1986 to 1990, and again from 1994 to 1996, and was supervisor of 24 students undertaking a Doctor of Philosophy degree.

Conditions

Process

Awarded by the Dean of the Faculty of Science on the recommendation of the head of the School of Geography to a student or students undertaking a PhD in Geography at the University of Melbourne The prize is awarded early in the student's PhD candidature based on the student or students who give the best research proposal at their PhD confirmation, as determined by the professors of geography, who may decide not to award the prize in a particular year if there are no suitable candidates. The prize is used to support field work or travel associated with the PhD.

More information

Contact
Email
science-awards@unimelb.edu.au
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