Author Archives: jwither

ARC funding success

The Faculty of Arts has seen outstanding results in the most recent…

The Faculty has enjoyed a long history of success at winning nationally…

Linkage Projects

Linkage Projects support collaborative research and development projects between higher education researchers…

Discovery Projects

Discovery Projects support excellent basic and applied research by individuals and teams. …

Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRA)

The DECRA scheme provides support for promising early career researchers.  The aim…

Future Fellowships

Future Fellowships promote research in areas of critical national importance by giving…

Faculty of Arts Dean’s Award for Excellence in Postgraduate Supervision

As part of our commitment to rewarding excellence in research and research…

Faculty of Arts Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research for Early Career Researchers

The Award recognises, rewards and encourages excellent early career researchers in the…

Faculty of Arts Dean’s Award for Excellence in Innovation and External Collaboration

The Dean’s award for Research Impact recognise, reward and encourage excellence by…

Members of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

Fellows of the Academy are elected by their peers on the basis…

Members of the Australian Academy of the Humanities

The Australian Academy of the Humanities advances knowledge of, and the pursuit…

Members of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (external site) Dr…

Members of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering

Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (external site) Professor Mark Wahlqvist

Understanding Cultures

This research area promotes understandings of past, present and future cultural and social forces, and considers new and evolving forms of global citizenship. It includes investigation of normative concepts about human rights, ethics, aesthetics, examination of our use of reason and the epistemology of human inquiry.

Resilient and Inclusive Societies

Resilient People and Inclusive Societies is an integral part of ‘health and wellbeing’, designated by Monash as a leading research capability, and highlights the social and community contexts of health and wellbeing outcomes. It draws on disciplines such as sociology of health and mental health, ethics and bioethics, gender studies, religious studies, and criminology.

Peace, Security and Borders

Peace, Security and Borders research advances our understanding of the sources of conflict, violence and harm at local, national, regional and global levels. It will identify ways to improve Australia’s capacity to deliver national security and identify the means by which personal security in Australia will be safeguarded, considered in the context of global uncertainty and changes in the Asia Pacific region.