University of South Australia, Hawke Research Institute
Hawke Research Institute Call for Expressions of Interest: ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) and Future Fellowships applications
Hawke Research Institute (HRI)
The Hawke Research Institute at UniSA is the largest concentration of humanities and social science researchers in Australia and carries out the best of humanities and social sciences research in programs dedicated to building a sustainable and vibrant Australia.
With the recent appointments of Professor Anthony Elliott as Director in October 2012, and Associate Professor Jennifer Rutherford who will commence as Deputy Director in February 2013, the HRI will continue to strengthen existing research clusters and develop exciting new research opportunities within the humanities and social sciences.
With a strategic aim to drive research excellence with relevance, the university has made a commitment of significant funding for HRI over the next 5 years enabling HRI to invest in outstanding researchers from Australia and overseas by supporting innovative and high calibre applicants for the following 2013 Australia Research Council (ARC) initiatives:
DECRA proposals from eligible early career researchers (up to 5 years post PhD)
(see the website: http://www.arc.gov.au/ncgp/decra.htm)
Future Fellowship proposals from eligible mid-career researchers (5 -15 years post PhD)
(see the website: http://www.arc.gov.au/ncgp/futurefel/future_default.htm)
HRI Research Program
Our research focuses on producing outcomes that influence public policy and assist communities locally, nationally and globally to build better societies.
Our research strengths include:
Social and Cultural Theory
Work and Life
Equity and Gender Issues
Education and Literacy
Please note that applicants seeking endorsement of HRI need to complete an Expression of Interest form which may be requested from Ms Lynette Copus, Institute Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org) and should be returned to her by 9:00am Australian Central Standard time on 7 January 2013.
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