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inSCight is the faculty's annual magazine for alumni and friends. This year we explore diversity in science.
Equity Initiative Grant open for applications
18 March 2019 | The Faculty of Science is seeking applications for the Equity Initiative Grant. Applications close 15 April 2019. Read more and download an application form.
Sustainability Research Awards | Round two opens
25 September 2018 | It is time to apply for round two of the the Faculty of Science's 2018 Student Sustainability Research Awards. Applications open 1 October and close 5 November 2018.
Biennial Clinton Bedogni Prize for Open Systems 2018
21 September 2018 | The $10,000 Clinton Bedogni Prize for Open Systems will be awarded for the fifth time in 2018. Applications close 5 pm, 8 October 2018.
Entries are open for New Zealand's most illustrious science prize
6 September 2018 | Entries for the 2018 Prime Minister’s Science Prizes are now open, with New Zealand’s most talented established and emerging scientists, science teachers and science communicators able to apply for awards worth a combined value of $1 million across five categories.
Tertiary scholarship for women studying STEM
7 September 2018 | Applications are open for the 2018 Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) tertiary scholarship for women studying STEM. The GCSB want to help increase the level of diversity in the people studying STEM subjects at New Zealand tertiary institutions.
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