Internships & Scholarships
From time to time, internship opportunities for students doing agricultural science programs arise at the Waite and will be posted here. Internships add depth to the student experience, providing insights and experience in a relevant working environment and helping students establish career networks as they apply their knowledge in a work setting.
For general job opportunities at the Waite, please see www.thewaite.org/employment/
The next round of Postgraduate Internship Awards at the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF) are now open! Applications close 31 March 2020
The School of Agriculture, Food and Wine is currently seeking work experience placements from across the Waite campus for high school students for this year.
The Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology is is sponsoring six Emerging Leaders from across Australia to attend the two-day agrifood tech event in Melbourne on the 18–19 February 2020. Applications close Monday 13 January.
A new partnership between the State Government and the University of Adelaide to deliver an AgTech PhD scholarship is open for applications
Nominations for the 2020 Playford Trust Scholarship Program are now open – closing 17 January!
Tabitha Morgan is the winner of the 2019 Food South Australia Prize, for her work with local premium gelati manufacturers Gelista
Join the University of Adelaide and be part of the GRDC SA Acid Soils investment: “New knowledge and practices to address top- and sub-soil acidity under minimum tillage cropping systems of South Australia”
A project exploring the benefits of edible insects in the Australian diet is available under The University of Adelaide-CSIRO Industry PhD Program. Applications accepted up to 30 September 2019.
Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) partnerships are mutualisms between an estimated two-thirds of plants species and microscopic fungi that are ubiquitous in soils
STEM Professionals in Schools is a national volunteer program run by CSIRO that facilitates partnerships between schools and industry to bring real STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) into the classroom