Research projects and grants

Over the last ten years our T&I researchers have been involved in various externally funded research projects. Grants have been awarded by organisations such as the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Australia-Japan Foundation, the Victorian Multicultural Commission NAATI and the Copyright Agency Limited. A full list appears below:


  •  Transnationalizing Modern Languages (2013-ongoing/In collaboration with Warwick University)
  • Modes of Interpreting and Digital Pen Technology (2012-ongoing/Oncall Interpreters and Translators)
  •  Development of conceptual overview of a new model for NAATI standards, testing and assessment (2011-2012/NAATI)
  • Perceptions of Australia in Japan through translation (2010-2011/Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade)
  • Windows on Australia: Perceptions in and through Translation (2009-2010/Copyright Agency Limited)
  • Professional development for translators and interpreters in metropolitan and regional areas (2009-2010/Victorian Multicultural Commission)
  • Monash-Vicnet Translation and Technology Project (2007/Library Board of Victoria)
  • The current and future provision of language services to the culturally and linguistically diverse ageing population in Victoria (2007-2008/VITS Language Link)
  • Coordination and evaluation of basic interpreting skills training for potential interpreters in small and emerging community languages (2006-2007/Department of Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs)
  • Where are they now? Employment and training outcomes of graduate students of T & I training courses in Victoria (2006/Dept. for Victorian Communities)
  •  Developing Basic Interpreting Skills Training for Potential Interpreters in Small and Emerging Community Languages (2005-2006/Department of Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs)