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Past activities

05-Sep-2014 - Past activities that happened as part of the Care for the Future theme.

Strategic Programmes

12-Aug-2014 - Our strategic programmes addressed issues of intellectual and wider cultural, social or economic urgency.

Case Study: Knowledge Exchange

02-Jun-2015 - The Knowledge Exchange in Design (KED) programme aims to enhance public engagement with design and provide career development opportunities for PhD and Early Career Researchers (ECRs). The programme is a collaboration between Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, Nottingham Trent University, Coventry University and Sheffield Hallam University, and involves partnerships with a range of non-academic organisations, both commercial and cultural.

Public Policy Highlight Notice

01-Jun-2015 - The purpose of this highlight is to stimulate the development of innovative proposals under the Research Networking Scheme which explore issues of current public policy interest, bringing together arts or humanities researchers with policy makers and wider policy bodies.

Follow on Funding for Impact and Engagement October 2014 (2)

20-Apr-2015 - Follow on Funding for Impact and Engagement panel which met in October 2014.

Evelyn Waugh: Party Like It’s 1929

21-May-2015 - ‘Party Like It’s 1929’ has been organised by the Waugh Book Club, part of the AHRC-funded Complete Works of Evelyn Waugh project.

Lifelong Health and Wellbeing

07-Aug-2014 - Lifelong Health and Wellbeing is a major cross-council initiative supporting multi-disciplinary research addressing factors across the life course that influence healthy ageing and wellbeing in later life.

AHRC and British Academy Post-PhD Study

03-Feb-2014 - Do you have a doctorate? Are you looking to develop a career in the academic sector?

The Listening Experience Database

22-May-2015 - David Rowland, Ivan Hewett and Simon Brown consider how music affects people in their everyday lives, and how we capture the listening experiences that the critics miss.