Hands
25 May 2018

The ARC is committed to research workforce diversity and aims to contribute to a strong and sustainable Australian research workforce through our policies and programs. In particular, we are committed to ensuring all eligible researchers, irrespective of gender, have a fair opportunity to participate in the funding schemes of the National Competitive Grants Program (NCGP).

Image: L-R Hazel Brown, Henry Dabb, Iris Woods, Aubrey Roberts, Clint Bracknell, Gaye Roberts, Kim Scott, Jason Miniter and Roma Winmar working together to record an old Wirlomin Noongar song. Credit: Dr Clint Bracknell.
25 May 2018

Dr Clint Bracknell is a musician and ethnomusicologist, based at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music at The University of Sydney, who is using an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Indigenous grant to bring to life the musical traditions of the Noongar language of South Western Australia.

Professor Glenda Sluga
24 May 2018

Professor Glenda Sluga—an Australian Research Council (ARC) Kathleen Fitzpatrick Australian Laureate Fellow—is head of the Laureate Research Program in International History, based at The University of Sydney. The program is bringing into focus the ‘lost international past’—the history of international ideas, actors, and structures that underpin the global order of the present day. In doing so, they are establishing their position as Australian historians at the centre of the study of international history in the world.