Over forty Fellowship appointments will be made at academic levels A to D in 2018 for commencement in 2019.
The key distinctive features of the UNSW Scientia Fellowship Program include a tenure track fellowship with a career pathway commitment that has unprecedented flexibility. UNSW Scientia Fellows will have access to a range of development opportunities relevant to career stage across research, teaching and leadership, with a significant support and collaboration package.
To learn more about our Fellows, their research, and the benefits of the Program, watch the videos below:
Emma Kirby - UNSW Scientia Fellow
Arne Laucht - UNSW Scientia Fellow
Elvira Sojli - UNSW Scientia Fellow
Xiaojing Hao - UNSW Scientia Fellow
Simon Rosenbaum - UNSW Scientia Fellow
Katja Ignatieva - UNSW Scientia Fellow
In 2019, at least fifteen of the positions have been reserved for the following priority areas:
For passionate and impactful Indigenous researchers who share our vision to make a difference to people’s lives through their knowledge and work.
For researchers with outstanding track records who can contribute to building on cross-faculty collaboration to create original and innovative interdisciplinary research.
Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM)
For leading female researchers in these fields who are passionate about mentoring women in STEMM education and careers in support of UNSW’s commitment to gender equality.
Applicants for these priority positions should select the faculty most aligned with their research. This will lead to the application form, where there is an opportunity to select one of the above priority areas.
Applications for the Scientia Fellowship Program 2019 have now closed
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Applications for the Scientia Fellowship Program 2019 have now closed. Please register your interest for next year’s application round at the link below: