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Equity and Diversity Grant Scheme
The Equity and Diversity Grant Scheme is an initiative of the GED Committee and endorsed by the Vice-Chancellor' Committee. The Scheme provides seed funding of up to $5,000 for new and innovative strategies that enhance equity and diversity for students and staff at the University of Adelaide.
The Grants will support initiatives that have a long term impact and bring about positive structural and cultural changes to address equity and diversity issues.
Staff members or groups in the University are encouraged to apply for funding to develop initiatives in their area.
For complete details on the Grants Scheme including the selection criteria and application processes please read:
The annual application closing date is Friday 21 September 2012.
For further information about the application processes please contact the Workforce Strategy Consultant (Equity and Diversity) on extension 38180.
Successful Grant Applications
Successful grant applications for 2007.
Successful grant applications for 2008.
Successful grant applications for 2009.
The following projects made successful grant applications in 2010.
Investigating strategies for achieving greater communication and cooperation between culturally diverse research students to improve interactions, opportunities and outcomes.
Letters Home: stories of international students' research degrees
Researcher Education and Development
Listening to Students from Regional and Remote Areas at the University of Adelaide: Experiences, Challenges and Strengths
Workplace experiences of International Academic staff in South Australian Universities
Dr. Nina Maadad
This study explores how international academic staff from non-English speaking backgrounds employed at the three South Australian Universities experience cultural change, language barriers, challenges in academia, integration as well as different teaching styles and expectations. Results will impact the development of policy.