Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 16, No. 579.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2003 07:34:38 +0000
From: "Melissa Terras (Dr)" <TerrasM@raeng.co.uk>
Subject: Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Fellows in
Applications are invited to a Visiting Fellows fund sponsored by the Royal
Academy of Engineering. The scheme will provide funding to enable an
academic department in a United Kingdom university to play host to a Senior
Visiting Fellow from an overseas academic centre of excellence. The
length of a visit will normally be between two and four weeks.
The scheme's objective is to promote international relations and networking
within the academic community on the broad topic of global and/or mobile
communications, in keeping with the general interests and mission of the
Vodafone Group Foundation. Whilst it is likely that the Fellowships will
favour aspects of engineering and technology the assessment panel will also
give sympathetic consideration to proposals from other disciplinary areas
within the generality of ICT where a convincing case for support is made.
There is no reason why Humanities Computing scholars cannot apply -- but
note, the deadline Monday 31 March. Given the dearth of applications so
far, and the fact that we have to allocate the funds in the next few weeks,
I would urge anyone who is eligible and interested to think about it and
put an application in, as chances are very high....
Enquiries immediately to the undersigned.
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