Joss Family Fellowship for Future Researchers



Opening date

Closing date



Who is it for?

2nd year undergraduates, 3rd year undergraduates, Australian Citizen, Humanitarian Visa, International Student, New Zealand Citizen, Permanent Resident

Where is it available?

Sydney Campus, Online, Albury-Wodonga Campus, Bendigo Campus, City Campus, Melbourne Campus, Mildura Campus, Shepparton Campus


Five research projects detailed in this booklet, under the supervision of Albury-Wodonga campus researchers, are on offer, covering disciplines such as:

  • Australian History, Military History, Gender History, History of Religion
  • Biomedical Science
  • Social Work
  • Social Sciences, Communications, Public Health, Digital Health and Technology and Systems Design.
  • Sociiology and Crime, Justice and Legal Studies

Tenure: Six-week, weekly hours to be negotiated with supervisor. Supervisors will endeavour to design flexible research schedules that fit with part-time work. this is designed to be a taste of research!

Commencement: Commencement and completion dates will be negotiated with the supervising academic staff member. All projects will be completed by 25 February 2024.

Are you eligible to apply?

To be eligible to apply for this scholarship, applicants must:

Undergraduate students from La Trobe University with a minimum of 180 credit points are eligible to apply, however, preference will be given to students based at the Albury-Wodonga campus.

Recipients of the scholarship shall be selected by the University based on their:

Project supervisors will make the final decision. Only one fellowship will be awarded per student.

Recipient obligations

Toward the end of the research period, the Fellows and their supervisors will present their research project at a campus Research Symposium in March 2024.

How to apply

Students are required to submit their resume and the fellowship application form to

Who to contact for further information

Tammy Ebert,