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2018 NSW Surveyor General International Fellowship

2018 SG fellowshipSUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED to FRI 25th January. 2018 NSW Surveyor General International Fellowship in Surveying and Spatial Information.

UPDATE - SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED to FRI 25th January

Applications for the 2018 NSW Surveyor General International Fellowship in Surveying and Spatial Information remain open with the submission deadline now extended to Friday 25 January 2019.

The Fellowship Program will provide the recipient with a one-off grant of $15,000 to put towards international professional development and research opportunities at their own discretion.

Previous recipients have provided innovative contributions to Spatial Services and the wider surveying profession. Some examples include: the impact of natural disasters on cadastral boundaries, how positioning technologies can assist rural and developing areas and investigations into an alternative height datum.

Most of us have an issue, technology or topic we’d love to investigate further. I encourage all surveying and spatial professionals to take this opportunity to develop their ideas and submit their proposals. It’s also an excellent opportunity to expand your professional networks in an international context.

Applicants are required to submit a written application outlining their proposed research and potential outcomes. Applications will be judged on the merit of the proposal and merit of the applicant.

The closing date for applications has been extended to Friday 25 January 2019. For more information, please visit the Spatial Services website


The Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for surveying and spatial professionals to develop their career and pitch their research ideas to a judging panel. With one Fellowship offered per year, the successful candidate will receive a one-off grant of $15,000 to put towards international professional development and research opportunities at their own discretion.

Previous recipients have provided innovative contributions to Spatial Services and the wider surveying profession. Some examples include; the impact of natural disasters on cadastral boundaries, and how positioning technologies can assist rural and developing areas and investigations into an alternative height datum.

Most of us have an issue, technology or topic we’d love to investigate further. I encourage surveying graduates and related disciplines to take this opportunity to develop their ideas and submit their proposals and become an innovator within their field. It’s also an excellent opportunity for surveying and spatial professionals to expand their professional networks in an international context.

Applicants are required to submit a written application outlining their proposed research and potential outcomes. Applications will be judged on the merit of the proposal and merit of the applicant.

The closing date for applications is Friday 16 November 2018. Applicants are encouraged to visit the Spatial Services website at http://spatialservices.finance.nsw.gov.au/ or download the flyer for further information.

 

Received from:

Narelle Underwood

NSW Surveyor General & Director Survey Operations
Spatial Services I Department of Finance, Services & Innovation