AFGW – Beryl Henderson Memorial Grant – 2014
The Beryl Henderson Foundation and the Australian Federation of Graduate Women (AFGW) offer a grant of up to $1500 to assist in completion of a research project being undertaken by a female student or researcher in an Australian University. The purpose of the grant is to assist with practical aspects of research, such as board and lodging as intra-or interstate travel to consult library sources, or to consult with research collaborators.
The Beryl Henderson Memorial Grant is offered every second year to a female student or researcher in an Australian university to assist in the completion of a research project. The grant is made to honour the memory of Beryl Henderson (1897-1990), a leading women’s rights campaigner in Britain, Israel and later in Australia. Women students in any branch of learning may apply. Selection will be based on merit but research focusing on issues related to the rights and welfare of women and children will be viewed favourably.
For further information about the grant, please click here. For further enquires, please contact AFGW directly.
Applications for the grant will reopen in June of 2014.
Women who are enrolled in Honours IV or postgraduate programs in Australian tertiary institutions, or embarked on research work with publications in Australia in view.