Hillary Clinton Early Career Fellowship
Application closing date 11/10/2021
Salary £34,304 - £40,927 per annum
Job category/type Research
The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciencs is inviting applications from outstanding early-career scholars for a one-year Hilary Rodham Clinton Early Career Fellowship to be taken up during the academic year 2021/22. The Fellowship was instituted in 2020 to mark the award of the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws to Secretary Clinton.
Reflecting Secretary Clinton’s interests and career, the Fellowship is open to outstanding early career researchers in the following broad areas: international relations, conflict transformation; global security; human rights, including women’s rights and children’s rights; international law; international politics; women in politics. One Fellowship is available to begin from 1st January 2022 for a period of 12 months.
Candidates are requested to provide the following information in their application:
- A full curriculum vitae (maximum four pages).
- A paper outlining the project and explaining how it is aligned with the aims of the fellowship (maximum two pages).
- A workplan outlining the key milestones of the project link to the project deliverables (maximum one page).
- A statement of the impact you intend your research to have (maximum one page).
- The names and contact details (incl emails) of two referees who have agreed to support your application and have knowledge of your work.
The University is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all. However, our employment monitoring data tells us that individuals from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities, people with a disability and those who identify as LGBT+ are currently under-represented at the University. As such, we particularly welcome applications from these individuals.
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