Research grants

The faculty manages successful funded partnerships with local schools and communities, state and Federal Government departments, through to international scholarly collaborations on global standards of education and social policy.

In 2010, the faculty received funding from 18 prestigious competitive grants from the Australian Research Council, as well as grants from other national and international sources, including the International Program Development Fund. With competitive research grant income averaging $1.5 million dollars per annum, the faculty commands a significant portion of national research effort in the disciplines of education and social work.

Recent research partners include: Powerhouse Museum, Department of Education and Training, Optus SingTel, AusAID, Catholic Education Office, Northern Territory Dept of Education, Australian Electoral Commission, Fairfield/Liverpool Mental Health Service, Education Centre Against Violence, Joan Harrison Support Services for Women Inc, and the Transcultural Mental Health Centre.