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May 2020

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Featured calls
IAS News
Upcoming events
Awards and visitors

Featured calls


Most IAS funding schemes remain open for applications. We particularly encourage applications to create online activities replacing events that would not otherwise be able to take place this year.

GCRF Fellowships
For the development and strengthening of research links with developing countries, with the aim of building long-term collaborations leading to UKRI GCRF proposals. Rolling Deadline

Fernandes Fellowships
For the development of long-term research collaborations in Europe by hosting tenure-track or early career academics from European institutions at Warwick.  Visits can be for three months in total, which can be used flexibly to support several visits. Rolling Deadline

IAS Awards
The IAS awards offer Warwick academics the opportunity to develop new research areas and research-related outputs. Any activity which advances the mission of IAS can be undertaken with the IAS awards and it is intended that academics can use this resource to undertake more speculative activities that may not be funded from other sources.  Rolling Deadline
 

News

Learn how to write and publish a great paper with Nature Masterclasses
As part of our continuing provision of postdoctoral/ECR support and development, the IAS have paid access to the Nature Masterclass online course in Scientific Writing and Publishing for postdocs at Warwick.

This resource is for postdoctoral scholars at Warwick only and they must be members of the IAS. If you're new to the IAS, sign up as an Associate Fellow and gain access to this resource as well as other online training and support. 



WIRL-COFUND Fellow Aspa Chalkidou has co-written an article published in Discovery Society online magazine of social research - Unpacking and undoing 'The Crisis': Database Activism for Strange Times

Upcoming events

Upcoming Online Accolade Workshops
14 May 2020 1pm - 2:30pm,
Supercharged Speaking co-run by Founder of Vensa Coaching James Evans and IAS Early Career Fellow Dr Roxanne Douglas
21 May 2020 1pm - 2pm,
Design Thinking with Dr Bo Kelestyn and Dr Robert O’Toole
 


ECTF Workshop
14th May 2020
Join IATL for a workshop to learn more about early Career Teaching Fellowships available to doctorate students.

Apply for an IAS Salon to hold a speculative gathering to scope out new research ideas

Projects and visitors

IAS Awards
Prof Michael Hatt, History of Art

Prof Richard Aldrich, PAIS

Dr Matthew Broome, Physics

GCRF
Pietari Kaapa - CCMPS

The IAS GCRF Fellowship focusing on Building Capacity for Environmental Communications in Brazil consists of a range of research excursions and exchanges between the University of Warwick and Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN).

Dr Olalekan Uthman – WMS

The aim of this fellowship is to develop a sustainable partnership between the University of Warwick and the University of Ilorin to facilitate multi-centred research to improve the development of digital health, especially eIMCI (electronic Integrated Management of Childhood Illness).
 

Fernandes Fellowship
Prof. Tony McNally – WMG
Dr Fabio Faraguna, University of Zagreb

Prof. Beat Kumin – History
Dr Josepha Schepers, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium

Prof. Neil Stewart – WBS
Dr Mikhail Spektor, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain


Visitors
As things currently stand, 16 International Visiting Fellowships and 3 Residential Fellowships have been postponed due to the current Covid-19 pandemic and we hope that these can be re-scheduled in 20/21.

If you would like to get involved, join the IAS community or apply for funding please refer to our current schemes.
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