Potter Rural Community Research Network (RCRN) - 2010
RMIT University Hamilton is a dynamic centre of rural and regional learning and is actively engaged with local stakeholders in building a platform for community-driven, evidence-based research, with a focus on creating positive rural futures.
Two Hamilton based PhD places, funded for three years, are available as part of the RCRN project, to drive a leading edge, internationally linked research agenda.
Potential areas of research include complex systems, food security, low carbon regional futures, collaborative regional governance for natural resource management and rural innovation networks.
Expressions of interest are welcomed from suitably qualified candidates, to undertake PhDs in one or more of these research areas.
For more information contact Dr Paul Collits, or Dr Kaye Scholfield, on 03 5572 0500 or email email@example.com