Queen’s residents have opportunities to engage with over a dozen visiting international scholars in residence in any one year. Our Visiting Scholars have included Miegunyah Fellows from the Universities of Haifa and Wisconsin-Madison, scholars in law from Cornell, Edinburgh and Victoria Universities, including Canadian First Nations law expert Prof John Borrows, in management and leadership from UCLA and The Brookings Institute, as well as eminent historians such as Professor Margaret MacMillan University of Toronto) and ethicists such as Professor Julian Savulescu (Oxford).
Students are encouraged to converse with Visiting Scholars over dinner at formal Hall on Mondays, or at our Tuesday night ‘Dine with a Scholar’ events. The College also appoints an annual Sugden Fellow to reside at the college for some weeks, usually in conjunction with a University visiting appointment.
Senior Common Room
The Senior Common Room membership comprises the Master and the two Deans of the College, as well as resident tutors, theologians and the Choirmaster. All Visiting Scholars are automatically members of the SCR during their stay.
Members of the SCR publish across a variety of disciplines.
Academic Associates are appointed from various academic institutions strategically partnering with Queen’s. Current Associates are:
Dr Jane Dyson BSc(Hons) MSC (Edin) PhD (Cantab) – Lecturer in the School of Geography at the University of Melbourne; a social anthropologist specialising in research on Northern India, and maker of the acclaimed film Lifelines.
Prof. Craig Jeffrey BA MA PhD (Cantab) – Social anthropologist specialising in research on Northern India, and Director of the Australia India Institute at the University of Melbourne.
Assoc. Prof. Stephen Leslie B.Sc (ANU) DPhil (Oxon) – Statistician working in the field of mathematical genetics in the Faculty of Science at the University of Melbourne.
Ass. Prof. Tim Corney BA, MA, PhD (Melb) – Professor in the Faculty of Education at Victoria University and Senior Fellow in the Graduate School of Education, the University of Melbourne.
Resident Tutors are members of our community, usually PhD students, dedicated to providing outstanding academic support to our residents across a range of academic disciplines. Tutors are expected to offer up to 6 hours of tutorials, consultations and office hours a week during semester, to assist on Open Day and Entrance Day, and attend various black tie events throughout the year. Tutors also carry the duty phone on weekends. Tutors may also have the position of Resident Medical Officer.
Applicants for the role should contact the Dean of Academic Programs in late August for the following year via: email@example.com