Our residency program provides an opportunity for experienced practitioners to bring their research project to life through academic support and training at the University.
Applications for the 2022 Practitioner in Residence program open in December 2021.
The program includes:
Please note that fieldwork is not encouraged as a part of this residency and will require ethics approval if undertaken.
Practitioners working on a project that aligns with the interests of our Research Incubator Program are encouraged to apply.
Selection criteria for candidates include:
The residency program is intended to last between two to four months on a part-time basis.
If the practitioner works full time, an arrangement can be negotiated with their employer.
Where the practitioner has no other full time income, an honorarium will be negotiated. The standard rate is $10,000 paid upon project completion.
Applications for the PIR program are accepted subject to their suitability and the availability of space in the program.