The Universities of Monash and Warwick have a cross University Alliance, supporting staff and student exchange and innovative international research programs. The Centre for Women’s Studies & Gender Research and the Centre for the Study of Women & Gender in 2015 were recipients of an Alliance SEED Grant. A Workshop held in July at the Monash Prato Campus has resulted in a formal partnership, which will build gender research across the two Centres. Graduate student exchange and research programs focused on sustainability and gender and care are underway.
In February 2016, Associate Professor JaneMaree Maher presented a seminar at Warwick University, hosted by the Warwick Centre.
Applications for the Joint PhD Monash Warwick are particularly encouraged from qualified graduate students seeking to undertake gender focused research. Both the Monash and Warwick Centres have a very strong record in graduate supervision.
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