Fellowships program


ADM Fellowships support Christian women who demonstrate excellence and leadership in their field of intellectual, creative, cultural or professional endeavour, to undertake a focused project and to pursue avenues for engaging the public with their work. Examples of projects may include the publication of scholarly research in a book or peer-reviewed journal, the creation of new artistic or cultural works, publications in media outlets or research and development towards a new project such as a large grant application (e.g. with the Australian Research Council, John Templeton Foundation). 

Fellows are provided with financial support and space within the ADM offices. Through the Fellows’ Seminar, Fellows receive professional development in public engagement skills as well as opportunities to pursue deeper theological engagement with their field of work. Click the link below to meet our 2017 Fellows.


2017 ADM Fellows


2017 ADM Fellowships Application Pack-Information, Conditions and Application Form  [applications closed]


Visiting Fellows

ADM Visiting Fellowships support short-term visits by Christian women of outstanding talent who are established leaders in their field of intellectual, creative, cultural or professional endeavour. Visiting Fellows typically undertake a number of public engagement activities such as ADM Public Lectures and ADM Master Classes, as well as meeting with current ADM Fellows.  Click the links below for more information about our visiting fellows. 


2016 Visiting Fellow: Elizabeth Oldfield



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