School of Population and Global Health

Population Health Postgraduate Society

Further Information


Contact Us

To find out more about PHPS, email us or contact the Executive Committee:

  • President: Emily Moore
  • Vice-President: Chloe Thomson
  • Treasurer: Dee Delpach
  • Secretary: Natalie Gray
  • Events Coordinator: Sanjeewa Senanayake
  • Public Health Representative: Simrat Kaur
  • International Students Representative: Merin Elsa Thomas
  • Symposium Coordinator: Evelyn Webb

Membership

All currently-enrolled postgraduate students at the School are automatically PHPS members.

Committee member EoI form

If you would like to be involved in the PHPS Committee, just fill out our EoI form and get it back to us at phps-sph@uwa.edu.au.

The Population Health Postgraduate Society (PHPS) aims to improve postgraduate life within the School.

Our role is to

  • support postgraduate students enrolled within the School
  • give postgrads a voice on various School committees
  • facilitate an enjoyable and stress-free environment for study

We aim to enrich the intellectual and professional lives of postgraduate students by sponsoring and organising academic events such as seminars, symposiums and career nights. Please contact PHPS for more information.

We award travel grants to selected students for attending or presenting at conferences. Each year we select postgraduate academic and community achievement award recipients.

You will also find us active in social, networking and orientation events.

You can become involved in developing a great postgraduate student experience. Serving on PHPS is excellent preparation for administrative and governance work both inside and outside of academia. If you would like to apply for a position on the committee please complete our Expression of Interest form and send to phps-sph@uwa.edu.au.

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PHPS welcomes any comments or suggestions you may have.

 

 

 

 

 

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