Photos & Video from the Vice Chancellor’s Doctoral Scholarships Ceremony

Thirteen talented AUT doctoral students were presented with their Vice Chancellor’s Doctoral Scholarships at a ceremony on 25 March 2015. Each scholarship is worth $95,000, and allows a domestic or international student to fund tuition and living costs for three years of study towards a doctorate in their chosen field.

This year’s recipients are investigating everything from luxury brand consumption to geothermal power plants to computer diagnosis of melanoma. Congratulations guys, it’s great to see such exciting research happening at AUT!

Check out a video featuring some of the recipients from the award ceremony below, or on the Thesislink Facebook Page. You can also visit the ThesisLink Facebook page for photos of the event. Tag yourself and your friends!

About Anaise Irvine

Dr Anaise Irvine is the Editor of Thesislink and leads the Researcher Education and Development team at Auckland University of Technology. Her PhD research analysed how contemporary films and novels represent genetic engineering as a social justice issue. These days she works with researchers at all levels to improve their research skills, and the most obscure of her own research skills is being able to turn novels into phylogenetic trees!

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