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RSPCA Australia Alan White Scholarship for Animal Welfare Research
The RSPCA Australia Alan White Scholarship for Animal Welfare Research was established in 1989 to advance the cause of animal welfare in Australia. The scholarship is named after Mr Alan White, a past President of RSPCA Australia and a past President of RSPCA Queensland. The Alan White Scholarship is available to full-time or part-time students in Australian tertiary institutions for the funding of original research aimed at improving the welfare of animals in Australia. The 2016 scholarship award will be for $8,670 and can be used towards any area of research that fits the general scholarship criteria.
RSPCA Australia Scholarship for Humane Animal Production Research
This scholarship category is available for individual research projects that are related to the development of humane alternative animal production systems. These awards are funded by the royalties accrued from the RSPCA Australia Approved Farming Scheme. The 2016 scholarship award will be for $8,670 and is available to full-time or part-time students in Australian tertiary institutions. Applications can be made for research involving any livestock animal, but projects relating to alternative housing and husbandry systems for pigs and poultry are particularly encouraged.
The 2017 scholarship award will be for $8,800 and can be used towards any area of research that fits the general scholarship criteria as outlined.
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