The scholarship was established in 2017 and is maintained by the income of a perpetual endowment fund from a bequest to The University of Queensland under the will of Paula Ruth Kinnane, who graduated from The University of Queensland in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. The scholarship recognises Tony and Paula Kinnane who were lifetime lovers of art, art galleries, and collected art for their own pleasure, and to support emerging art museum professionals and art museums, especially in rural and regional Australia.
|Enrolment status||Currently enrolled students|
|Student type||Domestic students, International students|
|Level of study||Higher Degree by Research|
|Study area||Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences|
|HDR funding type||Grant, Top-up Scholarship|
|Scholarship value||Top-up scholarship to the value of $10,000/year and a research costs allocation to the value of $5,000/year|
|Scholarship duration||The scholarship may be held for the maximum duration stipulated in the 4.80.01 UQ Research Scholarships Policy|
More info: https://scholarships.uq.edu.au/scholarship/kinnane-phd-scholarship-art-history-exhibition
The University of Queensland is a public research university located primarily in Brisbane, the capital city of the Australian state of Queensland. UQ is one of Australasia’s leading universities.