Ethel Raybould (1899-1987), BA (First Class Honours in Mathematics) was UQ's first female Mathematics Lecturer (later Senior Lecturer) who taught at UQ from 1928 - 1955.  One of UQ's most generous benefactors, her trust funds support fellowships, prizes and teaching facilities - the Raybould Lecture Theatre (opened in 1990) in the Hawken Engineering Building is named in her honour

Photo courtesy The University of Queensland Archives


Applications are invited each year from distinguished researchers in any branch of mathematics cognate to research interests of the discipline who wish to spend a period of some weeks, up to a maximum of six months, in the discipline of Mathematics at The University of Queensland.

The fellowships are valid for 1 year from the date of original offer. If unable to visit during the year of offer it will be necessary to submit another application for re-appointment.

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Application Information
The application forms are available below. Should you wish to apply, both the Visitor and the UQ Host are asked to download and complete their respective application forms. A curriculum vitae (CV) is required to be submitted with the Visitor's application form. Applications for 2016 closed on 7 September 2015.

You may submit the form via email, post, or fax using the details below:

Senior HR Officer
School of Mathematics and Physics (Level 2, Physics Annexe)
The University of Queensland
Brisbane 4072 Australia
Fax: +61 7 3365 3328


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