Funding through the Clark Center
The Clark Center welcomes proposals that satisfy the criteria outlined below. All faculty and graduate students affiliated with UT-Austin are eligible to apply. Those affiliated with the College of Liberal Arts, in which the Center is located, may receive added consideration.
Funds must be used directly by faculty and graduate students to advance knowledge and understanding of Australian or New Zealand politics and society, culture and literature, economics and business. Grants are intended to facilitate research in Australia or New Zealand or facilitate research collaboration with academics based in Australia or New Zealand. Research may focus exclusively on Australia or New Zealand, or it may treat either country in comparative context.
Review the Eligibility and Funding Criteria sections below. Complete all areas of the Applicant Information form and provide a Project Information Statement and a Budget Information Statement. Submit proposals as a single PDF file to the Clark Center for Australian & New Zealand Studies c/o Rhonda Evans Case (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Faculty and students who accept awards agree to the following: (1) provide a report not later than three months after the funds have been used summarizing the research efforts undertaken and how they aided the recipient’s professional development, including but not limited to publications and conference presentations; (2) acknowledge the Clark Center’s support in any publications emanating from the funded research; (3) notify the Clark Center of any such publications in a timely fashion; (4) allow publicity about their research to appear on the Clark Center’s website and in its newsletter.
Deadline and Notification
Applications should be received by 31 January 2014. Applicants will be notified by email no later than 1 March 2014.
Outside Funding Opportunities
The American Australian Association is currently accepting applications for its US to Australia Fellowship Program. The program offers fellowships for up to AU$40,000 to American researchers or students wishing to undertake advanced research or study in Australia.
Through these Educational Fellowships, the Association encourages intellectual collaboration and innovation, building on the strong social and economic partnerships between Australia and the United States.
Deadline: October 15th.
Fields of study/research supported by the fellowships:
- Life sciences (particularly in oceanography/marine sciences and stem cell research)
The University of Queensland supports an incoming student conducting advanced post graduate research in any of the above mentioned fields.
The Morgan Stanley Pediatrics Fellowship supports an incoming researcher in pediatrics conducting advanced post graduate research in the field.
- Applicant's research or study must be at graduate or postgraduate level.
- Acceptance into an Australian educational institution for full time study.
- American citizenship or permanent resident of America.
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About the Education Fund
To date, over 150 Fellows have received awards totaling over US$4.5 million to pursue studies in critical fields - from key medical research to sustainability - at top institutions in the US and Australia such as MIT, Harvard, Columbia, Australian National University and the Universities of Queensland and Victoria.
Proceeds from the Association's Annual Benefit Dinner go towards building the Fellowship along with generous sponsorship by our Corporate Members.