The Australian Laureate Fellowship is an
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professorial research fellowship awarded by the Australian Research Council
Up to 17 fellows are chosen each year for five-year awards.
Kathleen Fitzpatrick and Georgina Sweet fellowships
In 2010, the Australian Research Council created the Kathleen Fitzpatrick and Georgina Sweet Australian Laureate Fellowships.
The Kathleen Fitzpatrick fellowship is named for Kathleen Fitzpatrick
and honors a woman candidate in a
Humanities are academic disciplines
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The Georgina Sweet fellowship is named for Georgina Sweet
and honors a woman in a science or technology discipline.
In addition to the funding from the standard Australian laureate fellowship, both of these named fellowships include an additional $20,000 per year to promote women in research.
External links Australian Laureate Fellowships
at the Australian Research CouncilKathleen Fitzpatrick and Georgina Sweet Australian Laureate FellowshipsAustralian Research Council grants database
Research in Australia