National Competitive Fellowship Incubator Program launched for 2012
April marks the official launch of the National Competitive Fellowship Incubator Program at Monash — a program which was successfully piloted in 2011.
This innovative program provides a structured way of supporting Monash researchers with their applications for the following major ARC/NHMRC fellowship schemes:
- ARC Discovery Outstanding Researcher Awards (DORAs)
- ARC Future Fellowships
- NHMRC Research Fellowships
- NHMRC Practitioner Fellowships
- Other (Australian Laureate Fellowship)
Tailored support provided for researchers includes coordination of expert review, budget planning, grant writing and editing support.
Please make a note of these key dates for 2012
Wednesday 4 April 2012
Call for applications*
Wednesday 2 May 2012
Monday 2 July 2012
Applications due: ARC Future Fellowships
Applications due: ARC DORA, NHMRC Research and Practitioner Fellowships
May and July 2012
Wednesday 30 May 2012
Friday 27 July 2012
2012 ARC Future Fellowship cohort announced
2012 ARC DORA, NHMRC Research and Practitioner Fellowships cohort announced
* To Apply
- Application templates and guidelines are available from the MRO webpage: http://www.monash.edu.au/researchoffice/mu/national-competitive-fellowships-incubator-program.html.
- Provide a brief outline of your planned fellowship proposal and a CV (inclusive of publication and grant record) for approval by faculty ADRs.
- Applications should be submitted to Magdaline.Koutsaplis@monash.edu by 5pm, Wednesday 2 May 2012, or 5pm Monday 2 July 2012 as appropriate.
About the selection process
Selection for the Incubator Program will be based on a researcher's likely competitiveness for the relevant scheme. This will be judged by senior Monash academics according to:
- track record, including NCG history, publications, and previous near-miss applications for external fellowships;
- the proposal's alignment with scheme objectives.
|1. Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS)|
|2. Science, Engineering and IT (SEIT)|
|3. Health and Medical Sciences (HMS)|
For more information, please contact Magdaline Koutsaplis in the MRO, or visit our wesbite at the above URL.