The Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE), Portfolio of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education, Deakin Univeristy has two scholarships to be awarded in 2019.
One is a cotutelle with the University of Copenhagan; and the other is a domestic scholarship in assessment in higher education.
Scholarship ‘Learning in data-intensive clinical environments’
This is a Cotutelle project with the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. The candidate will be jointly supervised by researchers from Deakin University and University of Copenhagen and graduate with a joint PhD from both institutions. It is anticipated that the PhD candidate will be available to spend at least six months across the candidature at the University of Copenhagen.
All initial enquiries can be made to Associate Professor Margaret Bearman firstname.lastname@example.org 924 68168
Scholarship ‘Assessment in Higher Education’
This is a scholarship open to domestic candidates. The successful scholarship applicant will work on a project that aligns with one or more of CRADLE’s research program areas as outlined in Project Aims as described in the link. The successful student will work with researchers in the Centre in the area of ‘Assessment in Higher Education’ and will have a variety of topics to consider. The domestic student will be based at Deakin Downtown.
All initial enquiries can be made to Associate Professor Phillip Dawson email@example.com 924 45259