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The Sydney Research Excellence Initiative (SREI) — SREI 2020 is a new program to help Sydney researchers test new ideas, push disciplinary boundaries and identify ways to scale up their research.

Closing date for applications is Friday 5.00pm 21 April

This Scholarship (stipend) is offered to current Higher Degree Research (HDR) candidates from the University of Sydney to support their participation in the SREI 2020 project "Understanding and facilitating learning in emerging knowledge co-creation spaces", within the Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation (CRLI). Recipients will work as a part of a multidisciplinary team implementing one of the following six seed projects:

  1. Knowledge co-creation in health and medical technology innovations
  2. Boundary crossing between learning technology research and the educational technology industry
  3. Knowledge co-creation in school-university partnerships
  4. Knowledge practices in learning analytics
  5. Learning for the workplace through innovation and knowledge co-creation
  6. Research dissemination via knowledge co-creation

The scholarship is valued at $4,000 for one year only. All scholarship recipients will be mentored by senior team leaders and will be provided with extensive further opportunities for development of their research expertise in the project areas.

Eligibility:

Current University of Sydney HDR candidates are eligible to apply. This also includes international HDR candidates and those candidates who are not already recipients of a scholarship. The eligibility/selection criteria are:

  • University of Sydney HDR candidate not in the final 6 months of their candidature
  • Interests in, and commitment to, the domain of the project
  • Willingness to learn new research approaches
  • Willingness to work in a research team
  • Scholarly track record

Application guide:
Applicants are required to submit the following to scholarship.applications@sydney.edu.au

A personal statement (one page) that includes:

  1. The candidate’s interest in, and commitment to, the domain of the project.
  2. The candidate’s willingness to learn new research approaches and work in a research team.
  3. Other details of how this scholarship may assist the candidate in their research career.
  4. A resume that includes a list of publications, research presentations and details of participation in other research projects.
  5. Previous academic transcripts.


The candidates should nominate the specific seed project(s) they wish to apply for. If they are applying for scholarships linked to more than one seed project, they should list the projects in a priority order.

Closing date for applications is Friday 5.00pm 21 April

For inquiries about the project, please, contact Dr Celina Mc Ewen (celina.mcewen@sydney.edu.au) or A/Prof Lina Markauskaite (lina.markauskaite@sydney.edu.au).

See Scholarship website: http://agile2.ucc.usyd.edu.au/ro/opportunities/scholarships/1873

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