ARC DP PhD Scholarship: 'Just right' job design: A new model using the Goldilocks paradigm
In this project, which draws on inspiration from the Goldilocks fairy-tale, the scholarship will be used to identify new knowledge for designing work to reduce the prolonged sitting while retaining productivity. It has the potential to make a real difference to the lives of people.
Scholarship Value: $28,092 per year (indexed)
Length of Scholarship: 3 years
Number Available: 1
Opening Date: 21 May 2020
Closing Date: 19 October 2020
|Study Level||Postgraduate (Research)|
|Year of Study||Future|
|Citizenship||Australian Citizen; Permanent Resident|
|Study Region||Adelaide South Australia|
|Study Mode||Mixed Mode|
|Study Load||Full time|
Residency within (or the ability to relocate to) South Australia as a PhD candidate at CQUniversity is preferred; however, given the COVID-19 landscape, the offer is also open to Australian nationals who are able to study remotely for part of or potentially the duration of the award.
A CQUniversity recognised Hons or Masters degree (by research) in Psychology or an equivalent/related area (e.g., health sciences, human factors, design); Authorship of at least one peer-reviewed scientific paper as lead author emanating from prior research candidature in a high-quality journal is desirable; Demonstrated ability to work unsupervised; Be willing to complete the project on Adelaide Campus or through remote study.
The successful PhD candidate will study under the supervision and guidance of an international interdisciplinary team including A/Prof Anjum Naweed, Prof Leon Straker, Dr Janine Chapman, Prof Corneel Vandelanotte, and Prof Andreas Holtermann.
Once the applicant has been identified as the preferred candidate, they will need to
For more information, please contact A/Prof Anjum Naweed +61 8 8378 4520; firstname.lastname@example.org.Applicants will be notified via email to their nominated email address as soon as an outcome is available.