A meeting of TEACHO Ltd. Directors has resolved to establish a biennial Fellowship to promote research in industrial relations, in recognition of Dr Daryll Hull’s significant contributions. Daryll Hull was the first PhD graduate in industrial relations at UNSW, and one of the earliest — if not the first — in Australia.
TEACHO Ltd. Chair Paul Ryan advised Daryll Hull’s family of the decision who in turn, conveyed their support and appreciation.
The establishment of the Fellowship was announced by Professor Michael Quinlan on 8 April at a tribute held for Dr Daryll Hull in Sydney.
Commencing in 2023, applications will be open to students enrolled at UNSW or another Australian university undertaking a research degree (Research Masters or PhD) in the field of industrial relations, industrial relations history, or other sub-fields of industrial relations.
The most noteworthy in terms of industrial relations scholarship, research subject, and policy relevance will be short-listed by a selection committee to be chaired by Professor Michael Quinlan. The recipient of the Award of $15,000 (two annual instalments of $7,500) will be determined by the TEACHO Ltd. Board.
Selection criteria, the application process and other details will be finalised by the selection committee and become available in due course.