An ECA focused seminar, with NECTAR ANU Early Career Academic Network, ANU Research Training and ANU Research Services Director, Dr Douglas Robertson

Wednesday 26 October 9:30am -10:30am– registrations now open, see further details below. Register by 20 October.

NECTAR & ANU Research Training team invite Early Career Academics, including final year PhD candidates, to this research fellowships focused seminar.

Fellowships are an important part of the research funding landscape. They are highly competitive but enhance your CV significantly.
How does a Fellowship differ from a project grant? Are there any major things to look out for?

Come along to this session which will look at a range of different fellowships and discuss how to fine tune your fellowship writing skills.

By the end of this session you will:

1) have been exposed to a number of different Fellowship schemes
2) appreciate the difference between a Fellowship and a Project grant
3) Understand how to approach a Fellowship application process.

Presented by Dr Douglas Robertson, Director of Research Services, ANU. A panel of invited ANU academics will also speak about their Fellowships.

All current PhD candidates and Early Career Researchers are invited to attend.

The Understanding Research Fellowships seminar forms part of the larger PhD to Present one-day program offered by Research Training.

Date & Time: Wed 26 October, 9.30am-10.30am, followed by morning tea
Location: University House, ANU

Register now at Eventbrite

This event is proudly bought to you by NECTAR  and the ANU Research Skills and Training team. For further information, you can contact or the NECTAR Coordinator via email: