[csaa-forum] QUT Vice Chancellor's Research Fellowships

Terry Flew t.flew at qut.edu.au
Tue May 29 17:06:00 CST 2012

The Queensland University of Technology, Australia, is offering prestigious Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowships for talented early and mid-career researchers, particularly looking for expertise in Digital Media, Communication and Culture and Sustainability and Innovation in Design.

Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellows will have an opportunity to develop and enhance their academic record and make a significant contribution to QUT’s research outcomes.

In addition to competitive remuneration:

Postdoctoral Fellow (Level B, Step 1): $78,542 - $93,277*
Research Fellow (Level C, Step 1): $96,218 - $110,959*

plus superannuation benefits of 17% per annum, Fellows will receive a $20,000 research support grant and can apply for other grant schemes funded by QUT.

QUT received a “5” in the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) evaluations for Communication and Media Studies. It is the equal highest ranked university in Australia in this field, with research that is ‘well above world standard’.


The Fellowships are open to Australian and international applicants. Applications close 31 August 2012. For further information, please contact the Assistant Dean (Research), Creative Industries Faculty, QUT at ci.hdr at qut.edu.au<mailto:ci.hdr at qut.edu.au> or telephone internationally on +61 7 3138 9664. Further information is also available on our website:


* Fellows will normally be appointed at Step 1 of the relevant academic salary scale, and will increment each year for the duration of the fellowship subject to satisfactory performance.

Professor Terry Flew
Professor of Media and Communication
Creative Industries Faculty
Queensland University of Technology

Building z6 – Room 503
Creative Industries Precinct
Musk Avenue
Kelvin Grove QLD  AUSTRALIA 4059

Ph:  (61) 7 3138 8188
Fax: (61) 7 3138 8105
Mobile:  0405 070 980
Email: t.flew at qut.edu.au

Author of The Creative Industries, Culture and Policy (Sage, 2012)

Lead Commissioner, Australian Law Reform Commission, May 2011-February 2012. Final report, Classification – Content Regulation and Convergent Media
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