Do you want to help create healthier urban environments?
Join Healthy Urban Environments Collaboratory (HUE) and shape the future of urban health. Operating across five institutions (UNSW, UTS, WSU, SESLHD, SWSLHD), HUE offers diverse experiences, with opportunities to tailor a program that suits your interests. We encourage applicants from all disciplines and backgrounds - whether you're from public health, architecture, health science, humanities, nursing or business, we encourage you to contact us to discuss available opportunities.
- Current Opportunities
- Develop your own opportunity
If you would like to tailor a student project or internship that’s between 1 month to 6 months in duration, please send us a brief introduction of yourself and the type of opportunity you’re interested in to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Healthy Urban Environments Collaboratory of Maridulu Budyari Gumal (SPHERE) exists to improve the health of Australians living in urban environments. We achieve this by facilitating partnerships between those who shape and have an impact on cities. These partnerships undertake research and activities to build our understanding of how urban environments can deliver better, more equitable health outcomes. We’ll use this understanding to inform government policy and practice in the planning and development of urban areas.
We encourage applicants from all disciplines and backgrounds.
To be eligible to apply for a student opportunity or internship, you must:
- Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or have completed an undergraduate or post degree in the last two years
- Be any of the following:
- an Australian Citizen,
- a permanent resident of Australia,
- a New Zealand citizen with a current New Zealand passport
To apply for a listed opportunity:
Email your CV and 1 page cover letter to email@example.com
All applications will be assessed on a case by case basis.
To develop your own opportunity:
Email a brief introduction of yourself and the type of opportunity you’re interested in to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more information by contacting:
Leila Niemela, Healthy Urban Environments Collaboratory Project Officer.