MQRIS Large and Small
MQ Research Infrastructure Scheme (Small) is open. The internal Faculty date for compliance checking was the 11th September, so if you have an MQRIS (Small) that you have not yet notified us about, please contact email@example.com as soon as possible. The university closing date is the 18th September 2019/
Please discuss any MQRIS (Large) applications with your Department Director of Research.
Faculty Visiting Researcher Scheme 2019
The Faculty Visiting Researcher Fellowship Scheme is currently closed.
The Visiting Researcher Fellowship Scheme is targeted at researchers of very high standing relative to their career stage, and who are invited to Macquarie University by a Faculty academic staff member for a short period of time. The Faculty will provide up to $5,000 for each visitor to help cover the costs of the visit, depending upon length of stay and travel costs. All visitors to Macquarie University, who are not Australian citizens or permanent residents, must hold a valid visa.
Please note that the signatures are no longer required on the Application form. Submission of the application through Pure is equivalent to the Host signature. Please attach correspondence from the Visitor confirming that they are accepting the invitation to visit Macquarie University. All applications will be approved through Pure by Heads of Departments.
Future Fellowship and DECRA Expressions of Interest
Internal EoIs are open for both ARC Future Fellowships and ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards. EoIs for both schemes are to be filled out using a google form and are due in to Research Services on the 15th August 2019.
Please see the Library PURE Training page for session times.
Please make sure your ORCID is set and linked to your PURE profile:
The steps are:
1) Link PURE to ORCID
2) Set PURE to automatically harvest from Scopus
3) Link ORCID to Scopus
4) Set ORCID to have MQ as number one affiliation
Prof Grant Hose, Associate Dean of Industry and Corporate Engagement, would like to invite you to make an appointment to talk to him early in the process if you are thinking of developing partnership and engagement opportunities. Please see the Resources page for more information.
ARC: Developing your DECRA Project Description
About: This workshop will provide strategic advice and guidance on how to complete your ARC DECRA Project Description, with a focus on structure, content, pitch and format.
Date: Thursday 12 September 2019
Location: E7A 801 (12 Wally's Walk), level 8, room 801
Speakers: Dr Ross Hill (Research Services) and Prof Kathryn Millard (Faculty of Arts)