The University of Newcastle, Australia

Education and Arts secures International Research Visiting Fellowships

Thursday, 10 September 2015

Three Faculty of Education and Arts researchers have been awarded 2016 International Research Visiting Fellowships from the University's Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation), Professor Kevin Hall.

FEDUA International Fellowships

Dr Julia Coffey, a member of the Newcastle Youth Studies Research Group, will be hosting Jessica Ringrose – a Professor of Sociology of Gender and Education from University College London, UK.

Professor Mel Gray, Program Leader of the Social Work Research Program, will be hosting Eileen Gambrill – a Professor of the Graduate School and Hutto Patterson Charitable Foundation and Professor Emerita in Child and Family Studies at the School of Social Welfare, UC Berkeley, US.

Philip Matthias, a member of the Creative Industries Research and Innovation Cluster and Leader of the Torres Strait Islander Sacred Music Research Network, will host Stephen Goss – Director of Research in the School of Arts at the University of Surrey, UK.

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