Postgraduate Research Feedback Session
It is hoped that further events of this nature will be organised during 2016/17.
Contact email@example.com for more information about this event.
IAS Research Postgraduate Fund
The Institute has a small fund available to support the activities outlined above. In addition the IAS can provide seminar space for research postgraduate groups who have a multi-disciplinary remit (i.e. comprises researchers from more than one department) and small sums of funding for postgraduate researchers who are organising multi-disciplinary events such as conferences or workshops. (see below). To apply to this fund, please complete the this online form and submit no later than 30 November 2016. Applications after this date will not be considered. If you have any questions please contact Linda Crowe.
- Postgraduate Funding Proforma 2016/17 (last modified: 27 July 2016)
In 2007/08, under the auspices of the IAS, the online postgraduate interdisciplinary journal called Kaleidoscope.was established. The journal is designed to foster communication between postgraduates in different disciplines and to promote excellence in interdisciplinary research. Since 2013 the journal is jointly supported by Ustinov College, Durham's exclusive postgraduate college. The latest issue within volume five was published in November 2013 (see: current issue).
How to Engage with the Activities at the IAS
To submit a paper to Kaleidoscope, email the Chief Editor at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a member of a multi-disciplinary research group that would like access to the seminar room at the IAS to hold a seminar or meeting, email Pauline Edmondson with your request.
The IAS is a space and resource to explore ideas. If you are a postgraduate researcher keen to explore ideas through a interdisciplinary lens with other postgraduate researchers at Durham then make contact with the IAS.