Charles Sturt University
Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation

Building capacity with internship programs and Honours scholarships

Emily Lavis, Nick Butcher from Angus Australia and Jaimee McQuellinThe Graham Centre Angus Australia student interns for 2020, Charles Sturt University Bachelor of Agricultural Science student Emily Lavis and Bachelor of Animal Science student Jaimee McQuellin have hit the ground running, helping out with the Artificial Insemination (AI) of the Charles Sturt herd as part of the Angus Sire Benchmarking Program.

This is the third year Angus Australia and the Graham Centre have jointly funded the internship program to support Charles Sturt students to further their interest in the beef industry. Read more about the internship program on Charles Sturt News.

The Centre will also support the research of 14 Charles Sturt University Honours students in 2020.

Congratulations to Maryam Barati, Jack Maloney, Callum Snow, Patrick Hawkins Jnr, Jordan Bathgate, Daniel Kingham, Erin Stranks, Madeline Paley, Meaghan Vials, Dana White, Phoebe Bellingham, Ashleigh Halligan, Liam Mowbray and Tamille Barrett.

The Scholarships aim to encourage students to engage with research that aligns with Graham Centre Research Pathways.

We have also welcomed Charles Sturt students taking part in our summer internship program, Cecilia Moriarty, Joel Costello, Kimberly Burgess, Mikayla Liesenberg, Tamille Barrett and Sigrid Fraser.

The program encourages students to develop an interest in research by working with mentors on projects aligned with our research pathways.

 

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