Health Humanities Public Lecture

L022 G01 L022 G01, London Road Campus, Reading

Part of the Monsters and Mutations Season of Events, poet Kelley Swain and anatomical sculptor Eleanor Crook discuss and demonstrate their collaborations in mixed-media approaches to hybrids and human anatomy. Organised by the University's Health Humanities Research Group. Admission Free, no booking required.

Early Career Fellowship Schemes: Event for potential supervisors

A joint session for Heritage & Creativity and Prosperity & Resilience on the topic of Early Career (Independent Post-doctoral) Fellowship Schemes.  This session will introduce the range of schemes and the support provided by the University to develop applications.  You will hear from current post-doctoral fellows and their mentors on what makes a successful application. […]