David Harold Tribe Postdoctoral Fellowship


Terms and conditions

1. Origins

a. Funded by a donation made in 2016 by David Harold Tribe, these scholarships support students who undertake research in symphony, sculpture, poetry, fiction and philosophy.

2. Eligibility

a. Applicants must be currently enrolled to study for a Research Masters or PhD within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences or the Sydney Conservatory of Music at the University of Sydney.

b. Applicants must conduct research in one of the following areas:

I. Symphony,
II. Sculpture,
III. Poetry,
IV. Fiction, or
V. Philosophy.

vs. Applicants must have passed the first year progress assessment of their master’s degree by research or doctorate within the previous 6 months.

3. Selection criteria

a. The successful candidate will receive the scholarship on the basis of:

I. academic merit,
II. field of study and / or research proposal,
III. letter of support from the student’s supervisor,
IV. a personal statement that demonstrates their commitment to the field of study, and
V. copy of the report of the annual progress review meeting.

b. Preference will be given to applicants who experience financial disadvantage or hardship due to at least one of the following:

Identify as Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander as defined in University of Sydney Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identity Confirmation Policy 2015.
II. low socio-economic status,
III. caregiver responsibilities,
IV. long-term health / disability (including lingering effects of violence)
V. responsibilities of single parent,
VI. regional or distant disadvantage, and / or
VII. refugee status.

vs. The successful candidate will receive the scholarship by a selection committee made up of:

I. the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences or their designated delegate,
II. the Dean and Principal of the School of the Sydney Conservatory of Music or their designate, and
III. at least one other academic staff member from each of the following areas:

I. Symphony,
ii. Sculpture,
iii. Poetry,
iv. Fiction, and
v. Philosophy.

4. Value

a. The scholarship is valued at $ 12,000 for full-time and part-time registered beneficiaries.

b. The value of the scholarship will be paid as a one-time payment upon receipt of the scholarship acceptance form.

vs. The fellowship must begin within the relevant research period during which it is offered and cannot be deferred without prior approval.

re. The scholarship cannot be transferred to another area of ​​research.

e. No other amount is payable.

F. The scholarship will be offered subject to the availability of funding.

5. Termination

a. The scholarship will be terminated:

I. the resignation or withdrawal of the scholarship holder of his research diploma,
II. upon submission of the thesis or at the end of the award,
III. when the recipient has completed the maximum application for their degree in accordance with the 2011 policy of the University of Sydney 2011 Rule (Higher Degree Through Research),
IV. if the beneficiary does not resume his studies at the end of a period of approved leave, or
V. if the grantee ceases to meet the eligibility requirements specified for that scholarship, (except during a period in which the scholarship has been suspended or during a period of approved leave).

b. The scholarship may also be terminated by the University before this date if, in the opinion of the University:

I. the study program is not carried out competently and diligently or in accordance with the terms of this offer,
II. the student fails to maintain satisfactory progress, or
III. the student has committed a fault or other improper conduct.

vs. The scholarship will be suspended for the duration of any investigation / appeal process.

re. Once the scholarship is over, it will not be reinstated except due to an academic error.

6. Misconduct

a. When, during the scholarship, a student commits misconduct or other inappropriate conduct (either during the scholarship or in relation to the student’s application and eligibility for the scholarship), which in the opinion of the University, justifies the recovery of the funds provided, the University may require the student to reimburse the payments made within the framework of the scholarship. Examples of such behavior include and are not limited to; academic dishonesty, research misconduct within the meaning of the research code of conduct (for example, plagiarism in the proposal, realization or communication of research results, or failure to declare or manage a serious conflict of interest), violation of the code of conduct for students and misrepresentation in application materials or other documentation associated with the scholarship.

b. The University may demand such reimbursement at any time during or after the scholarship period. In addition, by accepting this scholarship, the student agrees that all aspects of any investigation of misconduct related to this scholarship will be disclosed by the University to the funding body and / or any relevant professional body.

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