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Our goal is to tell the epic story of Australia’s rich and distinctive natural and human history by revolutionising our knowledge of the events and processes that have shaped this nation, and combining that knowledge with cutting-edge modelling techniques to manage and protect our natural and cultural resources into the future.

To achieve this ambitious goal, we are seeking enthusiastic and talented PhD students to join our team.

We have a range of funded and unfunded study opportunities. Our Irinjili Research Training Program offers grants to support a range of training and career development opportunities for PhD candidates and early career researchers.

If you are interested in finding out more about study opportunities, check out our researchers or contact us: cabah-admin@uow.edu.au

Our Irinjili Research Training Program offers grants to support a range of training and career development opportunities for PhD candidates and early career researchers.

We also offer scholarships and grants for Indigenous students and internships for women.

Our Indigenous Australian Scholarship or Project grants support the attraction and or retention of Indigenous Australians in research.  Candidates re supported by an Indigenous mentor and another suitable mentor.

Our Internships for Women support female PhD students and early career researchers who have submitted or recently completed their P{hD thesis and require support to strengthen their publication track record.

 

35

Million dollars

CABAH was funded in June 2017 with over $35 million from the Australian Government, NSW Government and partner institutions.

50

New students

CABAH will take on more than 50 new postgraduate students to work on blockbuster discoveries.

6

Laureates

CABAH boasts at least one Australian Laureate Fellow in each of its six research theme.

Please contact us to explore opportunities.