Opportunity to get involved in the design and delivery of cohort development training programmes
The CHASE AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership will welcome a second cohort of students in autumn 2015, complementing the current 74 CHASE funded scholars. The addition of SOAS and Birkbeck to CHASE means scholars from these institutions will also benefit from Cohort Development Fund training and development opportunities.
The CHASE Training and Development Group (TDG) invites proposals from faculty and students across all CHASE institutions.
The format of activities/events is intentionally open, as the CHASE TDG would like to encourage a diverse array of student proposals. CHASE is committed, however, to organising its advanced training across three ‘strands’.
- ‘Advanced Research Craft’ including, but not limited to; subject specialist skills; developing research methods; language skills; archival training, and digital humanities techniques.
- ‘Public Humanities’ will include a range of events designed to equip students for collaboration and influence beyond the HEI sector and
- ‘Future Humanities’ will embrace truly cutting-edge, innovative skills training.