The Centre has four categories of membership:
|Benefit||Full Member||Associate Member||Student Member||Affiliate|
|Research Centre Fellowships|
|Access to the Centre's Internal Grants Scheme|
|Office space (subject to availability)|
|Administrative support for grant applications and project management|
|Promotion to external stakeholders*|
|Access to the benefits of collaboration**|
* Centre website, Quarterly newsletter (the Innovator), media releases, events sponsorship, seminars, workshops, conferences, field site, Ag Enrichment Day, technical forums and agribusiness training, monographs, tech bulletins and factsheets, internal updates (e.g. emails, members' newsletter, Centre meetings)
** Shared facilities, enhanced reputation, strong international links, improved access to information and infrastructure, team membership and capacity building, training and professional development
The membership policy is designed to encourage new staff to aim for membership within as short a timeframe as possible. Whilst not having a record of publications with Graham Centre affiliation or external research income with CSU or DPI does preclude individuals from meeting the requirements of full or associate membership in the short term, we encourage those people to apply for affiliate status (citing previous history, future intentions in your role at CSU/DPI, clear links to the Centre’s research priorities and so on). As soon as you can demonstrate meeting criteria, you should apply for associate or full membership status.
For DPI researchers, affiliate status alone won’t allow you to register your publications in the CSU Research Outputs Collection, so you will also need to apply for Adjunct status with CSU through the Centre. Below is a link to information about the Adjunct appointments policy at CSU. If you wish to apply for adjunct status, please contact email@example.com.
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