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2017 Audrey Fagan young women's enrichment grants

Minister for Women, Yvette Berry has announced the opening of the 2017 Audrey Fagan Young Women Enrichment Grants on July 17 2017.

ACT of women giving 2017 grant applications

We invite grant applications from Canberra Region initiatives requiring funding for projects that advance opportunities for local women and girls. Grant Amount updated to $15,000.

The Capstone editing grant for mid-career researchers

The Capstone Editing Grant for Mid-Career Researchers provides up to A$10,000 of seed funding for one researcher per year to undertake an innovative research project.

Caroline von Humboldt Prize

Research Award of 15,000 Euros to be awarded by Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin to post-doctoral female scientists.

Capstone Editing grants for postgraduate students

Capstone Editing’s grants and scholarships aim to invest in the future of academia and reward academic excellence, while easing both the financial burden of study for students and the inequities experienced by academic women in the workplace.

Advanced Leadership Program (ALP) scholarships for women in higher education

$3,000 scholarships are now available to women in the higher education sector to assist them to participate in the Advanced Leadership Program (ALP)

Capstone Editing grants for female academics

Capstone Editing is happy to announce the launch of two new research grants for female academics

Audrey Fagan Churchill fellowship: applications now open

Applications are now open for the Audrey Fagan Churchill Fellowship, valued at $26,000, which encourages ACT women to conduct research into the impact of gender construction and unconscious bias on the lives of women and girls.

YWCA Canberra Great Ydeas program: applications now open

Each year, YWCA Canberra provides small grants of up to $2,000 to women across Canberra through the Great Ydeas program.

The Invisible Farmer: PhD scholarship EOIs now open

The Invisible Farmer, funded as an ARC Linkage project, is the largest ever study of Australian women on the land. It will combine personal narratives and academic research to map the diverse, innovative and vital role of women in Australian agriculture.

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