University of Sydney: Rowan Nicks Russell Drysdale Fellowship for Indigenous Health & Welfare 2015

The Rowan Nicks Russell Drysdale Fellowship is designed to support individuals wanting to make a contribution in the area of Australian Indigenous Health and Welfare. The Fellowship particularly aims to support the development of workers and future leaders in Australian Indigenous Health and Welfare.

Australian Indigenous people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Funding & Duration

  • up to $60,000 towards a salary, support or resources for a period of up to 12 months at a level commensurate with the Fellow’s experience, qualifications and project proposal,  OR
  • a stipend and/or payment of course-fees to undertake approved training, education or research.


  • Australian citizens or permanent residents who have appropriate prior experience and/or education and wish to undertake approved programs / activities, OR
  • further a education OR a research project

Submission Requirements

Applications must be submitted to the Research Branch for internal review by 14 August 2015.

Submitted applications must be accompanied by a signed and completed copy of the University’s Grant Application Cover Sheet.

Grants Officer: Dr Don McMaster


Further Information

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