CRADLE Fellowships 2021 for Deakin Academic Staff are Now Open! Applications Due 29 March 2021

Applications for CRADLE’s Fellowship Scheme for 2021 are now open. If selected, you can undertake up to 18 months’ research with the support and mentorship of CRADLE’s leading higher education researchers. So, If you’re a Deakin academic staff member interested in higher education research in assessment, digital learning, or learning through, and for, work, this is the opportunity for you.

CRADLE welcomes applications from postdoctoral researchers at every career stage, from early career to senior scholars. Applicants must be a current Deakin academic staff member and be on a continuing or fixed-term position at Deakin with more than two years remaining on their contract. All applicants must be able to demonstrate the relevance of their proposed research to CRADLE’s current research activities and our current programs of research.

CRADLE Fellowships offer funding of $15,000 to support each Fellow’s research program. It is anticipated that this funding will be used for research costs (e.g. research assistance or transcription), professional development (e.g. methodological training) and dissemination (e.g. conference attendance permitting). In some circumstances, and upon application to CRADLE, buying out teaching time may be considered.

For more information about CRADLE Fellowships, eligibility criteria, the benefits of becoming a CRADLE Fellow, and the online application form, please visit the CRADLE website.

And you can also read more about the experiences of past and current CRADLE Fellows!

For further information:

Download the Fellowship guidelines (PDF, 144KB)

Download our frequently asked questions (PDF, 157KB)

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