Australian Museum Research Institute (AMRI) Visiting Research Fellowship

Australian Museum

The AMRI Visiting Research Fellowship offers researchers up to $8,000 to work on research projects with Australian Museum Scientists. Research fellows must be nominated by a staff member of the Australian Museum who is the leader of a research project. The fellowship is offered to researchers intending to work across any of the museum's collections including cultural, anthropological as well as the natural science collections. Research Fellows are chosen for the skills, knowledge and/or expertise they bring to a specific project. Proposals must aim to further the Museum's research priorities as set out in the 2014 - 2017 Science Research Strategy.
Eligibility: The fellowship is open to researchers intending to work across any of the museum's collections. Selection is based on: demonstrated link with Australian Museum collaborator; relevance of intended outcomes to the research priorities as set out in the 2014-2017 Science Research Strategy; significance of the scientific contribution to the field of study; quality and clarity of the proposal; the extent to which the proposal provides the Museum with access to research skills or knowledge that are not available on site; clear and appropriate budget; and quality of the applicant's research track record.
Application closing date: Mid April
Support Type: Scholarship,
Gender: Co-Ed
Frequency of Offer: Annual
Fields of Study: Humanities & Social Sciences, Sciences,
Location of Study: New South Wales,
Subjects: Anthropology, Archaeology, Zoology, Biology, Geoscience, Taxonomy,

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