Monday 21 March, 17.30 in room G.03, Jessop West
The AHPGR forum is pleased to announce its inaugural Lightning Talks event, open to any PGR in the Arts & Humanities faculty.
We are now accepting proposals for lightning talks, which sum up your project, display evidence or explain arguments. Speakers will have three minutes to deliver their talk, followed by a couple of questions from the audience.
This is a fantastic opportunity to present your research with like-minded students from across the faculty and receive feedback in a friendly and supportive environment. It will also be a chance to hear about a wide range of the fascinating research taking place across the disciplines. The Forum will also be providing free wine and snacks for the audience and speakers.
We only have twenty places available, so get your proposals in now! Places will be distributed on a first-come first-served basis, and we will run a waiting list. If we are overwhelmed with interest the Forum will consider running another event soon.
If you’d like to speak, please forward a provisional title, year of study and departmental affiliation to Tom Rusbridge at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. A full programme will be circulated no later than Monday 22 February.
The AHPGR would like to invite all interested Arts and Humanities postgraduate students to a social at the Red Deer pub on Pitt Street, Sheffield. We’ll be there from 7pm, Monday 14 December 2015.
We would particularly like to invite all successful funding applicants to come to get to know each other, and swap tips on running a successful event!
Thanks to everyone who came to our Welcome Event!
On Monday 9 November, the AHPGR Forum held an open event in Jessop West foyer to advertise the availability of funding to prospective applicants from across the Arts and Humanities.The evening saw a wide-range of ideas in development from all corners of the faculty, including the modernist reading group, the early modern discussion group, and the possibility of developing a conference on the Digital Humanities. Members of the Forum were on hand to talk with applicants, and to foster the interdisciplinary focus in project organisation the Forum aims to facilitate. Attendees were provided with physical documents detailing on how to apply for funding, as well as the Forum’s guidelines (not to mention plenty of wine and snacks…).
It was great to meet so many interested people and we look forward to receiving your applications. Remember the deadline for applications is Monday 30 November.
AHPGR Welcome Event, Jessop West Foyer, Monday 9 November 4-6pm
Want to get involved with interdisciplinary events? Looking for funding to get your project off the ground?
The AHPGR Forum is inviting all Arts & Humanities postgraduate researchers to a free and informal welcome event in the Jessop West Foyer to find out about our funding opportunities for the 2015-16 academic year. The AHPGR team will be available to answer any questions you have about applying for our funding scheme, and you’ll also have the opportunity to meet and share ideas with PGRs from across the faculty. We’ll have drinks and nibbles plus plenty of information for new and returning students interested in getting involved!
For more information just drop us an email at email@example.com or tweet us @AHPGR_Forum
The AHPGR Forum is now inviting applications for funding from PGR led initiatives in the faculty of Arts & Humanities.
This could include arranging conferences, public engagement projects or faculty aimed events. The most important criteria is that they be interdisciplinary.
Around 10 awards will be given out, with a maximum limit of £250. You can find more information in the Cover Letter and Application Form.
The closing date for applications is Monday 30 November 2015, so get your bids in!