IKI Theme Leader Information Session
The Indigenous Knowledge Institute (IKI) aims to advance interdisciplinary research and engagement in Indigenous knowledge systems. IKI is a Melbourne Interdisciplinary Research Institute, which aims to promote research linkages and collaboration across the University and play a lead role in translating University research to external audiences.
The IKI Research Theme grant scheme supports integrated two-year programs of interdisciplinary research that focus on new proposed Themes in Indigenous knowledge. Each Theme will be directed with a Theme Leader at 0.1 FTE, who will be selected for appointment through this application process.
IKI invites proposals for innovative, interdisciplinary research programs with a focus on specific Themes in Indigenous knowledge.
Come along to an information session to find out more about applying:
- Thursday 2 September 2021 (12:30-1:30pm AEST)
- Thursday 9 September 2021 (12:30-1:30pm AEST)
- Monday 20 September (10:30-11:30am AEST)
- Wednesday 6 October (12:30-1:30pm AEST)
IKI staff are available to assist you in your application and encourage you to contact Indigenous‐email@example.com to discuss your proposal before submitting an application.