Griffith Criminology Institute Membership
The Griffith Criminology Institute offers support to members by providing funding assistance for selected initiatives as well as a variety of opportunities to invite visiting scholars to, run conferences and workshops, organise public lectures and seminars. Support services depend on the type of membership and the strategic relevance of the initiative support is sought for.
Types of Members
As a research centre within Griffith University, the Griffith Criminology Institute follows the membership guidelines set out in the Griffith University Research Centres Policy.
Please find the Griffith University guidelines for Research Centre’s Member Policy here.
Please find the Griffith University and Griffith Criminology Institute’s definition of research active here.
Level A+ continuing or fixed term appointments who meet the University's definition of a research active academic staff member.
Level B+ in receipt of a salary paid by the Research Centre/Institute and who do not hold any other category of membership.
Level A+ continuing or fixed term staff member who does not meet the University's definition of research active.
HDR Student Member
A student that is enrolled in a HDR program at Griffith University, undertaking a research which is aligned with the research of the Institute and have a member of the Institute as their principal or associate supervisor.
Individuals who have been appointed according to the University's procedures for adjunct or honorary appointments, and will be appointed at the Director's discretion.
The Griffith Criminology Institute would like to promote engagement between its members and adjuncts, and as such adjunct appointments will selected based on proposed level of involvement and engagement with current Griffith Criminology Institute members. The current categories of adjunct are:
- Honorary Professor – Level E academics of great distinction, outstanding international reputation and an exception, ongoing and sustained track record of academic excellence (duration two to three years)
- Adjunct Professor – Level E academics or industry professionals equivalent (duration two to three years)
- Adjunct Fellows – Level A to D academics or industry professionals equivalent (duration two to three years)
- Visiting Professor – Level E Professor visiting for a short term, engagement may not be ongoing (duration one to twelve months)
- Visiting Fellow – Level A to D academic visiting for a short term, engagement may not be ongoing (duration one to twelve months)
- Visiting Scholar – PhD student visiting for a short term, engagement may not be ongoing (duration one to twelve months)
If you are a current staff member within the Griffith Criminology Institute who would like to nominate someone for an adjunct position please see here. Please note that each nomination for an adjunct will require the support of two Griffith Criminology Institute staff members.
If you require more information please contact GCIfirstname.lastname@example.org
The GCI members website can be accessed here and provides updates on funding opportunities and other information relevant to our members.