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TASA 2016 postgraduate scholarship winner

Cassie Curryer, University of Newcastle:  When I was 17, my father told me I would never go to university because we were too poor. It was to be many years before I took the chance to enrol as a mature age student and complete my Bachelor of Social Science (the first in my family to […]

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TASA 2016 postgraduate scholarship winner

Aqua Hastings, University of Newcastle:  I was escaping the heat in the air-conditioned public library of the remote township where my study is focused when I read the email that informed me I was the recipient of a TASA 2016 Conference scholarship. In the parched landscape of thesis writing, where the horizon stretches endlessly and […]

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TASA 2016 postgraduate scholarship winner

Yangtao Huang, Institute for Social Science Research, The University of Queensland: I am a PhD candidate in quantitative sociology at Institute for Social Science Research, The University of Queensland. My research interests involve intergenerational transmission of socio-economic statuses, gender inequality, social networks and subjective wellbeing in Australia. It was my great honour and privilege to […]

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TASA 2016 postgraduate scholarship winner

Elly Leung, University of Western Australia:  I was extremely honoured and delighted to receive a TASA Postgraduate Conference Scholarship to attend the Annual Conference in Melbourne in November 2016. This scholarship generously gave me an opportunity to network with other academics and students and to get some constructive feedback on my research. I am in […]

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TASA 2016 Jerzy Zubrzycki postgraduate scholarship winner

Oznur Sahin, Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University:  I am very pleased and honoured to be awarded the 2016 TASA Jerzy Zubrzycki Postgraduate Conference Scholarship. Thanks to the TASA award committee for granting me this award, which provided me an opportunity to attend and present the findings of my PhD research in an […]

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TASA 2016 Sociology in Action scholarship winner

Melanie Shier-Baker, Case Manager, Queensland:  Receiving the TASA Conference Scholarship for Sociology in Action gave me acknowledgment that my experience and contribution to applied sociology in Australia has been valued and useful. I am truly appreciative for this recognition. Having spent much time and energy managing the activities of the Applied Sociology Thematic Group as […]

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2016 TASA Conference Scholarship Recipients

2016 Postgraduate Conference Scholarship Recipients: Cassie Curryer School of Humanities & Social Sciences, University of Newcastle, Callaghan; and the Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research, University of NSW. Ageing-in-place and the risks associated with housing in later life. How might older individuals adapt and plan for later life within uncertain policy and housing contexts? […]

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Chris Pollard – Conference Scholarship for TASA Members with Disabilities

Conference Scholarship for TASA Members with Disabilities Awarded to Chris Pollard, Deakin University: I am grateful for the opportunity this scholarship afforded me to participate in the TASA 2015 Conference. The experience enabled me to receive valuable feedback on my current research, to be exposed to new and stimulating research across the discipline, and to […]

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Liudmila Kirpitchenko – TASA Conference Scholarship for Sociologists Outside Academe

Written by Liudmila Kirpitchenko: I was very grateful to receive this TASA scholarship and the opportunity it gave me to participate in the conference in Cairns last year. My involvement in TASA activities began in 2006 when I came to Australia from Canada. I started a PhD program at Monash University and began attending a […]

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