China Strategy Grant

The La Trobe University China Strategy Implementation Grant is administered by La Trobe Asia to support the development of sustainable high quality academic collaboration with China-based partners. This is intended to further the University's commitment to the China Strategy. A variety of collaborations have been funded across the University in research, teaching and student/staff exchange.


La Trobe University China Strategy Implementation Grant Program

2017 recipients

Hossam Abuel-Naga (Civil Engineering) - 2 year funding
Project Title: Geotechnical engineering teaching/research collaboration plan with Chongqing University

Henry Duh (Computer Science and Information Technology) - 1 year funding
Project Title: Interactive Digital Media and Visualization collaboration with Zhejiang University

Trevor Hogan (Social Inquiry) - 2 year funding
Project Title: Developing Formal Partnership between La Trobe University and Sichuan University and Two Social Theory Journals with Sichuan University

Peter van der Kamp (Mathematics and Statistics) - 1 year funding
Project Title: Solitons, Initial Values and Bilinearization for Discrete Integrable Systems with Shanghai University


2016 recipients

Josie Barbaro (Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre) – 3 year funding
Project Title: ASDetect China Translation Project: Facilitating the early detection of autism in China with Nankai University and Tianjin Women and Children’s Centre

Jianfu Chen (La Trobe Law School) – 3 year funding
Project Title: Establishing a Strategic Alliance with Nankai University and Shanghai University Law Schools

Sheila Crewther (Psychology and Counselling) – 1 year funding
Project Title: A Case for Neuro-Opthalmological Assessment in Neurology with South West Hospital Chongqing (Third Military University)

James Leibold (Politics and Philosophy) – 1 year funding
Project Title: China’s Police State in Xinjiang and Tibet: Insights from new data sources

George Liu (Public Health) – 1 year funding
Project Title: Strengthening collaborations in teaching and research in Health Policy and Health Service Management with Sichuan University

John Makeham (China Studies Research Centre) – 3 year funding
Project Title: Strengthening collaboration in Politics and Philosophy with Wuhan University

John Makeham (China Studies Research Centre) – 3 year funding
Project Title: Strengthening collaboration in Philosophy with Peking University

John Makeham (China Studies Research Centre) – 3 year funding
Project Title: Strengthening collaboration with Beijing Foreign Studies University

John Makeham (China Studies Research Centre) – 3 year funding
Project Title: Strengthening collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Susan Martin (English) – 1 year funding
Project Title: Australian Literature and/in China:  Looking in Looking out with East China Normal University and Beijing Foreign Studies University

Kim Plummer (Animal, Plant and Soil Sciences) – 1 year funding
Project Title: Strengthening collaborations  in teaching and research in AgriBio with Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing University and Zhejiang University

Peter Van Der Kamp (Mathematics and Statistics) – 1 year funding
Project Title: Discrete Integrable Systems with Shanghai University