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The University of Sydney is seeking prospective PhD students to take up two funded PhD scholarships available in the Work and Health Research Unit at the University of Sydney which are linked to ARC discovery grants.

One scholarship is for a study on the health and safety effects of precarious employment; the other examines the impact of workplace death on families especially institutional responses. Students with a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds will be considered.

The Work and Health Research Unit is multidisciplinary including psychologists and industrial relations specialists.
 
Details on both scholarships are attached below. The due date is short but responses are still being accepted.  
 
For further information contact Philip Bohle (philip.bohle@sydney.edu.au, ph. 02 9351 9992) or Michael Quinlan (michael.quinlan@sydney.edu.au, ph. 02 9351 9672).