A discussion and announcement platform for music researchers sponsored by the Musicological Society of Australia
PhD Scholarships Opportunity on ARC Future Fellowship
- 8 August 2021 at 10:17 pm EDT #48413
Griffith University is welcoming Expressions of Interest for three PhD scholarships on Professor Brydie-Leigh Bartleet’s Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowship, Creative Change: The Role of Community Music in Addressing Social Inequalities in Australia, located at the Creative Arts Research Institute.
This opportunity will provide successful candidates with a doctoral scholarship (Australian Government RTP Stipend Scholarship), travel and fieldwork expenses on allocated case studies, Griffith’s regular post-confirmation funding support, and the unique opportunity to work as part of a leading team of ARC researchers. Successful candidates will be located in the newly established ‘Creative Change Lab’ at the Queensland Conservatorium on South Bank Campus. They will play a key role in undertaking the project’s case studies with leading arts organisations in QLD, VIC and WA, and have an opportunity to creatively shape their PhD projects in ways that align with their own creative interests, and uniquely respond to the larger topic of music and social equality.
This short online EOI form is due by 5pm AEST 27 August 2021. Successful candidates will then work with Professor Bartleet to submit their applications to Griffith University (due 28 September 2021) for a start date of 28 February 2022.
Griffith University values diversity, inclusion and flexibility, and warmly encourages Australian First Nations’ applicants, women, LGBTIQ+ applicants, people with disability, and people of all backgrounds to apply.
- This topic was modified 4 months ago by Brydie-Leigh Bartleet.
- Only members can participate in this group's discussions.