Science engagement and outreach Industry engagement Industry engagement is one of the best ways for an HDR candidate to test their capabilities as a researcher, and to obtain transferable and professional skills. Industry Partners benefit from hosting ANU candidates that possess exceptional critical thinking skills and the ability to interpret, apply and transmit complex knowledge in a specialised field. There are a number of ways industry partners can get involved: Builds connections between industry partner and supervisor / School. Builds relevant skills and creates pipeline of potential employees / collaborators. Informs applied research and research translation in relevant fields. Internships During their candidature, ANU PhD or MPhil candidates complete a discrete project related to their research field within the host organisation. Candidates apply their knowledge and skills to a problem relevant to the host’s business. No / little financial commitment from industry partner. Commitment of up to 6months duration to host a candidate onsite. Find out more Co-supervision The industry partner is a member of the HDR candidates’ Supervisory Panel and provides advice and expertise during on related research throughout the HDR program. No / little financial commitment from industry partner. Panel meeting at least once per year plus review of major milestones. Opportunity to provide advice and direction across the 4 years research program. Industry PhD / MPhil Projects are co-designed between the ANU and the industry host. The PhD candidate is co-supervised by the ANU and the industry host. Financial commitment can vary from full stipend ($34K pa) to supplementary scholarship support (up to $20Kpa). Opportunity to provide advice and direction within your own organisation across 4 years of research program.