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Applications are now open for Western Sydney University’s new Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellowship Scheme

The scheme will see an unprecedented $30 million investment in 50 new research-focused fellows over the next five years. Targeting outstanding early and mid-career national and international researchers whose work aligns with the University’s research strengths, the Fellowships will build on established and rapidly emerging cohorts of research excellence. Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice President (Research and Innovation), Professor Deborah Sweeney said this call-out marks a significant shift in Western Sydney University’s journey as a research-led


Western Sydney University to invest $40 million in new academic and research strategy

The article was originally published on The Western Sydney University’s Website Western Sydney University is investing up to $40 million over five years in three new Research Fellowship Schemes and expanding its innovative 21C Curriculum Project. Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Barney Glover AO, said these new initiatives will provide the highest quality learning and teaching opportunities to Western Sydney and build on the University’s already world-class research expertise. “This new investment will deliver extensive benefits

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