The Gender Institute is a cross-campus ANU institute launched in March 2011. It has a dual mission: (1) to connect our ongoing work on gender and sexuality in research, education and outreach and (2) to promote innovative research and programs to help redress gendered inequalities at ANU.
Our approach to gender is inclusive and intersectional – embracing women, men, transgendered and gender diverse people – and highlighting the profound interaction between gender, sexuality, race, religion, class, age and ability in structures of unequal power within and beyond the University.
Applications for funding
- Workshops for postgraduate students (up to $4,000)
- Writing workshops for early career researchers (up to $4,000)
- Signature events for subsequent year (up to $10,000) Application in round 1 only
- Distinguished lecture and seminar by a renowned scholar (up to $4,000)
- Gender equity research and innovative initiatives within ANU (up to $10,000)
- Seed funding for cross-disciplinary, collaborative research to be developed for major funders (up to $4,000)
- Workshop, conference or symposium on gender and/or sexuality (up to $4,000)
Who can apply?
When are applications due?
- The closing date for applications for Grant round 1 of funding is June 15 2018.
- ‘Out of round’ applications can also be made in extenuating circumstances using the application form, along with the project description and budget justification, by email to the Gender Institute Convenor Professor Margaret Jolly.
Categories not eligible for funding
Please note that the Gender Institute does not provide funding for personal research projects, team research projects, the hiring of research assistants, scholarships, bursaries, per diems and gifts for speakers. We aim to support events and initiatives that are accessible to and benefit the wider ANU community.
How to apply
- Download the application form from the Gender Institute website.
- Submit the application form along with the project description and budget justification via the online portal.
Proposals will be assessed against the following considerations:
- Alignment with the aims of the Gender Institute in
- Supporting research, education and outreach on gender and sexuality across the University and beyond;
- Promoting collaboration and linkages across ANU Colleges and with the wider community;
- Improving gender equity within the ANU staff profile.
Please state which of these aims your project engages (more than one can be mentioned).
- Opportunity for other ANU Gender Institute academics to be involved in the proposal or specifically benefit from it.
- A justified budget – overall costings should strive for economy (e.g. early bookings for flights and accommodation) and clearly state relevant categories (e.g. transport, accommodation, catering, administrative costs, etc.).
- Evidence of good planning – realistic timeframe, effective communication strategy, project deliverables.
- Information about where other funding is sought or already obtained.
- Endorsement of the College Dean/Divisional Director or Supervisor.
Distinguished speaker CVs
In the case of a distinguished scholar being invited to give a lecture and seminar/workshop, the applicant should provide a short CV – maximum 2 pages or alternatively, a link to their official researcher’s page.
Applicants are given the opportunity to add supporting material to their applications. In an effort to keep the applications concise and reduce waste when printing, we ask that you limit the number of pages to 8.
Administrative and logistical details
Report on outcomes