Daphne Jackson Fellowships now available to Arts and Humanities Researchers
AHRC are delighted to announce that Daphne Jackson Fellowships are now available to arts and humanities researchers. Daphne Jackson Fellowships offer academics the opportunity to return to research following a career break of two years or more when taken for family, caring or health reasons.
The Fellowships, which will be supported by AHRC, are typically held for two years on a part-time basis, in a UK university. The Fellowships are flexible and include a tailored training programme designed to update the fellow’s skills and knowledge to support them in their return to research.
“I am delighted that we are now collaborating with the Daphne Jackson Trust, to support arts and humanities researchers looking to return to work after a career break. Daphne Jackson Trust Fellowships present our researchers not only with the opportunity to engage in high-quality research, but also offer personalised retraining and support, giving fellows the confidence and skills to return to research successfully”
Anne Sofield, Associate Director of Skills and Public Policy at the Arts and Humanities Research Council
For further information on how to apply please visit the Daphne Jackson trust website.Return to news list