The Endeavour student Summer Research Program provides an opportunity for students to work with a researcher in a formal research environment.
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- 16 September 2018
Projects are available for between 6-10 weeks over the summer break and do not contribute credit towards degree requirements.
Students have the opportunity to choose a research project based on an available project list from the Office of Research.
The Endeavour Student Summer Research Program is open to undergraduate students who:
- Are currently enrolled at greater than or equal to 50% full time load in an undergraduate degree at the College
- Have completed at least one year of study
- A recent alumni graduate (course completion in the same calendar year as commencement of summer program)
- Are studying for a degree relevant to the research project
- Have achieved a grade point average of 5.5 or above during their undergraduate degree
- Have the potential to and interest in undertaking postgraduate study (masters or PhD), and
- Are able to demonstrate a high level of English language proficiency
There are two Endeavour Summer Research Scholarships available to students who are successfully awarded into the Program. The Scholarships involve a weekly scholarship to the value of $300 to help cover living costs. In addition, those awarded the Scholarships and are required to travel interstate to work on their chosen research project may also be eligible for a travel scholarship of $500 (once off scholarship).
Call for Research mentors: Monday 14 May 2018
Call for Research mentors applications close: Monday 18 June 2018
Announcement for call for student applications: Monday 16 July 2018
Student applications open: Monday 13 August 2018
Student applications close: Friday 14 September 2018
Announcement of application results: Friday 12 October 2018
Commencement of Program: November – December 2018 (negotiable)
For more information, please contact the Office of Research at email@example.com.
- Student Application Form
- Research Mentor Application Form
- Student Summer Research Program Feedback Form
- Options for Student Summer Research Program
- Reid, R., Steel, A., Wardle, J., Trubody, A., & Adams, J. (2016). Complementary medicine use by the Australian population: a critical mixed studies systematic review of utilisation, perceptions and factors associated with use. BMC complementary and alternative medicine, 16(1), 176.
- Payne, M., & Delphinus, E. (2018). A review of the health benefits derived from forest bathing. International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society. In press.
National Conference Presentations
- Brown, D.: Systematic literature review on medicinal cannabis for cancer (Poster presentation), 2017 10th International Conference on Herbal Medicine, Brisbane Australia
- Schloss, J., Brown, D., & Steel, A.: Medicinal Cannabis and Cancer: A Narrative Systematic Literature Review (Poster presentation), 2017 Clinical Oncology Society of Australia Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney Australia
International Conference Presentations
- Brown, D.: Medicinal Cannabis in Cancer Management (Poster presentation), 2017 4th International Conference of the Society for Integrative Oncology, Chicago USA
- Reid, R. 2016. Doctorate of Philosophy (Public Health), Australian Research Centre in Complementary and Integrative Medicine, University of Technology Sydney.
- Leech, B. 2017. Doctorate of Philosophy (Public Health), Australian Research Centre in Complementary and Integrative Medicine, University of Technology Sydney. Competitively awarded an Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship
- Brown, D. 2017. Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) (Honours), Endeavour College of Natural Health.
- Wilson, L. 2018. Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) (Honours), Endeavour College of Natural Health.