Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) awarded major funding

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Congratulations to the team at the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) for securing research funding for seven different projects!

Professor Chris Leishman  (Director, Centre for Housing, Urban and Regional Planning, and Director, Hugo Centre, School of Social Sciences), Dr Debbie Faulkner (Research Fellow, CHURP, School of Social Sciences), Dr Selina Tually (Research Fellow, CHURP, School of Social Sciences), Dr Helen Barrie (University Research Fellow, Hugo Centre, School of Social Sciences) and Dr Victoria Cornell (AHURI Postdoctoral Fellow, CHURP, School of Social Sciences) who, along with colleagues Dr Lyrian Daniel (University Research Fellow, School of Architecture and Built Environment), A/Prof Emma Baker (ARC Future Fellow, School of Architecture and Built Environment), Dr Megan Moskos (Senior Research Fellow, Future of Employment and Skills Research Centre, Professions), Dr Linda Isherwood (Senior Research Fellow, Future of Employment and Skills Research Centre, Professions) and Dr Anh Pham (School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, Sciences) have secured category 1 AHURI research funding for the following Inquiry projects:

  • Professor Chris Leishman: Population growth, migration and agglomeration $568,103 ($106,221 to the University of Adelaide)
  • Dr Debbie Faulkner: Housing: an effective and appropriate tenure for ageing well? $148,006 ($52,759 UoA)
  • Dr Linda Isherwood: Understanding the role of assistive technologies in supporting independent living in the home $149,860 ($116,092 UoA)
  • Dr Lyrian Daniel: Warm, cool and energy-affordable housing solutions for low-income renters: A Panel Investigation $128,739 ($56,150 UoA)
  • [Swinburne lead] Housing and housing assistance pathways with companion animals $59,819 ($18,679 UoA)
  • [UniSA lead] Indigenous and homeless in urban settings $58,000 ($23,183 UoA)
  • [UNSW lead] Impacts of new and emerging Assistive Technologies for ageing and disabled housing $149,854 ($17,101 UoA).

The University of Adelaide is the sector best performer in terms of funds held by a University partner in this round and number of grants awarded.

Well done to everyone!

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