Student travel grants – Australasian Mining History Association

The Australasian Mining History Association (AMHA) was formed in 1995 to foster the exchange of information about our mining past.

The AMHA has established two travel grants to be awarded each year to enable student presenters to participate in its Annual Conference. In 2015 the AMHA Conference is to be held in Darwin from 21st-25th June 2015.

The grants will consist of:

  • $1,000 for travel and accommodation
  • free conference registration, conference dinner and conference excursions
  • 12 months free Student Membership of AMHA (including the Journal of Australasian Mining History and Newsletter)

A requirement for a recipient of a grant will be to present an oral paper at the conference. Papers on original research into any aspect of mining history will be considered. Presentations are to be a maximum of 30 minutes in length, including time for questions. For further information on the conference see http://www.mininghistory.asn.au/conference/ and http://www.ct2014miningcongress.com or download the attached file…..

Revised draft Student Travel Grant 2015

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