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- Research Fellows are research degree supervisors from accredited institutions institutions who are active in research pertinent to the interests of the Centre.
- Members are normally postgraduate students registered for a Masters or Doctoral award from any accredited university or college and studying in an area of interest supported by the Centre. A person who has graduated with a Masters degree but is not currently pursuing further study, or a graduate with a Doctoral degree who is not approved to supervise doctoral students may also be elected as a Fellow if they have an active research interest in the work of the Centre.
- Visiting Research Fellows are established scholars who apply to conduct research through the Centre or to avail themselves of the benefits of the Centre.
- Honorary Fellows are elected from established scholars in a field relevant to the interests of the Centre, who support the aims of the Centre.
You can view information about becoming a Fellow here.