Overview of the Gledden Fellowships
Fellowships at UWA for Visiting Scholars in the disciplines of applied science, engineering, mining or cognate subjects.
Applications for the Robert and Maude Gledden Visiting Fellowships are open for researchers in the fields of applied science, engineering, mining or cognate subjects to visit UWA to undertake a period of collaborative research with a UWA host.
The Gledden Visiting Fellowships are part of the estate bequeathed to the University by the late Robert John Gledden to promote and encourage education and research at the University.
The purpose of the Fellowship is to support global research collaborations by providing funding to bring outstanding researchers to UWA.
Previous Fellowships have been awarded to researchers in diverse research fields, including chemical and material engineering, soil science and mining restoration, freshwater ecosystems and geophysics.
There are two fellowship schemes: the Robert and Maude Gledden Visiting Fellowship and the Robert and Maude Gledden Short Stay Visiting Fellowship.
The Robert and Maude Gledden Visiting Fellowships
The Senior Visiting Fellowships are open to researchers who have doctoral degrees or equivalent qualifications or experience, and who are mid-career or senior researchers.
Remuneration: Senior Visiting Fellowships provide a round trip economy airfare and approximately AUD$2000 per week inclusive of accommodation and a modest living allowance for up to sixteen weeks. Funding is not provided for accompanying family.
The Robert and Maude Gledden Short Stay Visiting FellowshipsThe Short Stay Visiting Fellowships are open to researchers who have doctoral degrees, or equivalent qualifications or experience. Early, mid-career and senior researchers are eligible to apply.
Remuneration: The Short Stay Visiting Fellowships provide a maximum of AUD$4500 to assist with travel and accomodation expenses.