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ESRC Future Leaders scheme - deadline 4 October 2012

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Internal process for ESRC Future Research Leadersh scheme announced for 2012
Date:
06/08/2012

Marie Curie Initial Training Networks - Support for training and career development of researchers

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The objectives are to improve career perspectives of early-stage researchers in both public and private sectors, thereby making research careers more attractive to young people. This will be achieved through a trans-national networking mechanism, aimed at structuring the existing high quality initial research training capacity throughout Member States and associated countries.
Date:
12/07/2012

Cafe Philosophique

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Café Philosophique features a series of events bringing philosophical debate and cinema together. Philosophers from the University of Nottingham will be offering talks based around contemporary and classic films. The inaugural event will feature a rare showing of Olympia, an aesthetic document of the 1936 Olympic Games.
Date:
22/06/2012

Marie Curie Fellowships: excellent career opportunities for researchers

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Marie Curie Fellowships information and event, 31st May 2012
Date:
21/05/2012

Demand Management Strategy released

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Statement on Demand Management Strategy for ESRC and AHRC released, 16th March 2012
Date:
19/03/2012

Another excellent month for successful research bidding

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Another record breaking month for research successes in the Arts & Social Sciences here at Nottingham - congratulations from all at the Centre for Advanced Studies.
Date:
05/03/2012

Recent awards January 2012

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Successes in the AHRC Fellowships scheme a great start to the New Year
Date:
11/01/2012

Children and Childhood network awarded Lottery funding

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The Big Lottery Fund (BIG) has awarded a five-year Evaluation and Learning contract to a consortium including University of Nottingham academics. The award is made under the Improving Futures programme, that aims to improve outcomes for children growing up within families facing difficult circumstances.
Date:
05/01/2012

AHRC appoint new Director of Research

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Professor Mark Llewellyn, holder of the John Anderson Research Leadership Chair in English Studies in the School of Humanities at the University of Strathclyde, is announced as the AHRC's new Director of Research (press release dated 11/11/2011).
Date:
14/11/2011

Picturing Politics – Exploring the Political Poster in Britain

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'Picturing Politics – Exploring the Political Poster in Britain'; an exhibition curated by AHRC-funded researcher Chris Burgess from the School of Politics.
Date:
14/11/2011
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