Marine research gets grant
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Victoria International Container Terminal Ltd (VICT) recently presented Albert Park College with AU$150,000 grant from VICT's Community Investment Fund to fit out and resource a new Marine Research Centre at the school's Environmental Arts Hub in Port Melbourne. The grant will also fund the scholarship of 20 students, as well as the construction of a new sustainable commercial kitchen. The community investment fi=und is just one aspect of VICT's strong commitment to working closely and positively with neighboring communities around Web Dock at the Port of Melbourne, particularly in the cities of the Port Phillip and Hobsons Bay.
Marine research gets grant. (2015, June 19). Malaya, p. A8.
Research institutions; Investments; Financing; Research; Fishery institutions; Victoria International Container Terminal Ltd (VICT); International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI); Albert Park College; Jordan-Whillans, Claire; Sheppard, Mark; Desira, Tony; Cook, Steve; Chen, Daniel; DØmmestrup, Anders; Jones, Olivia
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