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Griffith University Post-Doctoral Fellow (GUPF) position at the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing
Expressions of Interest are invited for this 2 year fixed-term position in this competitive scheme's 2017 round. All applicants are first required to participate in an Expression of Interest round, closing 5 pm (AEST) on Friday 26 May, 2017. Completed EoIs should be sent via email to the Centre's Manager.
Applicants are required to work with a WOW-member supervisor/ mentor to develop the application. Further details about the EoI process, including the form, potential mentors etc. can be accessed at our website. EoI applicants will be advised whether they can proceed to the full application stage (closing 28 June) by COB (AEST) Wednesday 7 June. Full conditions and guidelines for the Scheme can be accessed at the Office for Research website.
Contact Clare Inwood, Centre manager with enquiries.
The AIRAANZ Symposia Funding 2017 scheme opens on May 31 2017. Applicants/groups may seek up to $3000 for an event to be held by the end of February 2018. Each person named on the application can only apply once. Applicants are encouraged to organise their events in close proximity to the AIRAANZ annual conference (February 2018 in Adelaide) to maximise participation among international speakers and attendees although symposia may be held any time before the end of February 2018. Applications are open from 31st May to 31st October 2017 (or until all funds are allocated).
We encourage collaborations including from across universities to benefit the discipline and the AIRAANZ membership. Collaboration is essential if the maximum amount is sought. Collaboration could involve, for example, a broad invitation to scholars from other institutions, sharing a joint resource (for example, an overseas speaker) over events in two or more locations, or matched funding. We also ask that applicants encourage participants to submit their papers delivered at AIRAANZ-sponsored symposia to the AIRAANZ journal Labour and Industry, and we encourage applicants to liaise with the editors of Labour and Industry regarding the publication of a special issue or special section on the theme of the symposium.
Applicants must be current financial members of AIRAANZ.
For full details, download the symposia funding PDF, or email the AIRAANZ Secretary Katherine Ravenswood ‘The Old Girls’ Network: Women in IR scholarship’ symposium
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