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Cumberland Lodge Scholarships 2021-2023

Cumberland Lodge have announced their two-year scholarships for 2021-2023 and welcome applications from PhD students. They are designed to fit around, and enhance doctoral studies and provide a unique opportunity to develop skills in communications, public engagement and interdisciplinary working. These scholarships open for applications on Monday 1 March 2021.

Application Deadline: The application deadline is midnight Friday 9 April 2021. Interviews will take place during the week commencing Monday 3 May 2021 and will be conducted online via Zoom or (if the pandemic restrictions allow) at Cumberland Lodge in Windsor Great Park.

Shortlisted applicants will be informed by Friday 30 April 2021 and interviews will take place during the week commencing Monday 3 May 2021.

For full details and how to apply please visit web-site link provided above.


British Federation of Women Graduates Awards and Opportunities for women doctoral students 2021

BFWG prizes for outstanding academic excellence

Applications for British Federation of Women Graduates Academic Awards are now being sought. The Awards are made to women doctoral students who will be in, or going into, their third year (or part time equivalent) of work for a research PhD/DPhil etc. in the autumn of 2021. Awards are, in effect, one off prizes varying in value from £1,000 to £6,000 and are given for overall outstanding academic excellence.

Deadline: Sunday 28th February 2021, 5pm.

BFWG Research Presentations Day

This one day meeting in London is a good opportunity for postgraduate doctoral students to present their work to a general audience. A small prize is offered (£120) for the student giving what is judged the best presentation. The day is an opportunity to meet students from other universities and other disciplines and is usually considered friendly, enjoyable and useful for both presenters and audience.

Deadline: Saturday 8th May 2021.

Further information and details on how to apply for both can be found on the link provided above.

Wed 24 Feb 2021, 13:37 | Tags: Current Students PhD funding postgrad

Snowdon Masters Scholarships 2021/2022

The Snowdon Trust are offering funding up to £30,000 for UK Masters Programmes for disabled students to attend Master's courses in 2021/2022. Successful students will receive up to £15,000 towards their fees and a £15,000 allowance while studying. There are a number of scholarships available, and students can apply for any Master's course or University. Applications are open to National and International students, across all courses and institutions.

Deadline: Applications should be submitted by 6 April 2021.

Further information and how to apply can be found on the link provided.


Canadian Centennial Scholarship Fund (CCSF)

The Canadian Centennial Scholarship Fund (CCSF) award competition opens Monday 11 January 2021 for applications by Canadian students pursuing full-time, multi-year postgraduate programmes in any field of study in the United Kingdom. The deadline for applications is Sunday 7 March 2021 at midnight.

Further details and information on how to apply can be found on the link provided.

Mon 14 Dec 2020, 14:34 | Tags: Current Students PhD Scholarships and Funding postgrad

IBM Global PhD Fellowships - 2021

The IBM PhD Fellowship Program advances strong collaboration with faculty, students and universities by recognizing and supporting exceptional PhD students who want to make their mark in promising and disruptive technologies.

Nominations for the 2021 IBM PhD Fellowship Award program will be accepted until 23 October 2020 at 12:00 AM (midnight) US Eastern Time.

Notification of the results will take place in March of 2021.

Further details and information on how to apply can be found on the link provided.


Technology and Global Governance Virtual Forum - Participant Information

For Participants,

As the date of Technology and Global Governance Event approaches, we are writing to inform the participation procedures and revised program.

Please find attached the "letter of code of conduct" to check the procedures, actions and cautions about the event before participation. Please read carefully and follow the guidance strictly.

Please have a look at the revised program as Raquel joins us with an inspiring comparative study. We will update the Program and Speaker information on our official website in the next week.

If you have any concern or question, please feel free to contact us.

Looking forward to talking to you next Friday.

Best regards,

Chang Zhang

Mon 27 Jul 2020, 15:20 | Tags: Conference Current Students PhD postgrad

Ethnic Minority Postgrad Network

A new Ethnic Minority Postgrad Network has been set up this week by two of your PGR Colleagues. You can either contact them directly by email, or check in on the Researcher Development Online – channel- a message from them is here:

Hi everyone,

We're a couple of PhD students planning to set up a network for ethnic minority PhD students at Warwick. We have a few ideas about how to do this, but want to add to them by talking to other people from the community and drawing on a wider variety of experiences. If you're interested in being involved, please email solly.coles@warwick.ac.uk or h.bharth@warwick.ac.uk, and we'll arrange a chat in the near future.

All the best,

Solly & Hanson

Mon 27 Jul 2020, 09:58 | Tags: Current Students MPhil Masters PhD partnership postgrad support

PGR Plenum - the PGR voice...

We intend to build a new PGR Plenum*, run, organised and led by yourselves. Within this structure we would like to see a better representation of the PGR voice; supporting all of you with a voice into committees; for example in my last University we managed to raise and help address Graduate Teaching issues, supervision numbers and funding for Research Development; but obviously it would be representing your PGR needs now and moving forward.

I think that it would be useful also to develop interest groups, that then report back to the PGR Plenum, that focus on specific areas such as PhD Parents/ Carers, BAME, LGBTiQAP, Overseas, Disability . These groups would be there to support each other particularly, but also act as advisors to the Doctoral College team.

My image would be that this is a formal elected committee, but as to what positions would be your decision. I will be able to assist with some administration and a tiny pot of funding (for teas and cake)

If you are interested in being part of this please contact me m.underwood.2@warwick.ac.uk

 

* Plenum (meeting), a meeting of a deliberative assembly in which all members are present; or PGR Congress: a large formal meeting of representatives at which ideas are discussed and information is exchanged.


2020 Feeder Events throughout July and August! £20,000 prize fund for most innovative ideas.

Starts next week @IngenuityImpact 2020 Feeder Events throughout July and August! £20,000 prize fund for most innovative ideas. bit.ly/Ingenuitysumme… #Ingenuityimpact2020 #santander #innovative #ideas


Check out our NEW PGR Matters mini sessions and book now...

These mini information sessions are for you to find out more about topics important to Researcher life. They give you the opportunity to meet other PGR's (online) and have a break! Book onto the sessions by clicking here and selecting the sessions you want to join. You will then receive the Teams meeting request to allow you to join the session.


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