Early Career Researcher bursaries for the 3rd International SEAHA Conference

The NHSF is pleased to announce that it will be funding five bursaries allowing Early Career Researchers to attend the 3rd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA).

The Conference will be held at the University of Brighton on 19-20 June 2017.

The NHSF bursaries will cover the £120 two-day registration fee for the Conference. Bursary recipients will be requested to write a short summary of their experience at the conference, for use on the NHSF website or blog.

To apply, interested early career researchers should send a 250-word statement explaining how they will benefit from attending the conference to events@seaha-cdt.ac.uk before the 5 May 2017. Statements will be reviewed by two NHST trustees and two representatives of the Student Committee, and successful recipients will be notified mid-May.

Early Career Researchers are defined as individuals within 8 years of the award of their PhD, or equivalent. For enquiries, please visit the conference website or email the conference committee at events@seaha-cdt.ac.uk.