Arts and Humanities Research Council showcase events
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is holding two events in December to showcase the opportunities available to AHRC-funded PhD students and early career researchers.
The aim of the events is to raise awareness of AHRC international placement activities. These include the successful existing schemes with the Library of Congress in Washington DC and the National Institutes of the Humanities in Japan, as well as new schemes shortly to be launched with the Huntington Library in California and potential partners in India.
With presentations from representatives of the overseas institutions and returning award holders, this will be your chance to hear about how research projects or programmes can be enhanced through an overseas placement.
There are two dates to choose from:
14 December - Edinburgh University - 9.30am - 2.15pm
Thursday 15 December - University College London - 9.30am - 2.15pm
Lunch will be included.
The events are aimed at Research Managers, BGP Coordinators, Heads of School/Department, PhD Supervisors, AHRC-funded Principal Investigators and prospective applicants.
Register for a place at one of the events. Places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
If you have any queries, please contact Sam Roythorne at the AHRC.
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