Monthly Archives: September 2015

Anthony Nutt PhD Studentships 2016

The Open University Business School invites applications for full-time PhD studentships starting in February 2016.

Studentships are attached to specific research projects in the new Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership which are described at The studentships cover tuition fees, a research training support grant and a starting stipend of circa £14,000 per year. These are full-time three-year studentships and candidates would be required to live in the UK within commuting distance of the Milton Keynes campus.

We are looking for highly motivated candidates who have a good honours degree at a minimum of 2:1 or equivalent in a related subject, plus around 120 credits of advanced research methods skills or ideally a Masters in research methods.  more…

HLF: Board and Committee Vacancies

There are 12 committees across the UK, supported by our local teams. Each year we recruit to replace committee members who have reached the end of their appointment period. Chairs and members are normally appointed for three years in the first instance with potential for a second term.

East of England, Committee Chair and Member
South East England, Committee Chair and Member
South West, Committee Chair and Member
West Midlands, Committee Chair and Member
North West, Committee Member
Scotland, Committee Members

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Subsidised Training -Traditional Building Repair & Maintenance

Historic Scotland is once again running a programme of heavily subsidised training events in Stirling over the winter 2015-16.
These seminars also counts towards RIAS, RICS and IHBC CPD.
Training focuses on the repair and maintenance of traditional buildings and covers topics which range from the repair of earth structures, roof leadwork and chimney heads to energy efficiency measures.

International Innovation & Research Awards

Celebrating Excellence: Showcase your innovative achievements!

Can you help us build a better future? Do you have a great idea? Have you produced ground-breaking research? Are you transforming life on site? If the answer is yes, we want to hear from you.

CIOB International Innovation & Research (I&R) Awards celebrate achievement across the built environment, from academic research to industry innovation. The I&R Awards 2015 are bigger and better than ever before, with cash prizes of up to £2,000.

The closing date for entries to all categories is 2 October 2015, and except the Masters Dissertation Award which closes for entries on 20 November 2015.