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Dr Emma Dwyer
Historical Archaeologist & Brummie-in-exile. Research & Funding Facilitator . Hon Res Fellow Tweets are own views, RTs maybe not
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UKRI 23h
Applications now open for Future Leaders Fellowships: . The fellowships help UK universities & businesses to recruit, train & retain the world’s best researchers & innovators. Find out about the work of , fellow at :
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kirsty grainger 16h
Signing off for the day but congratulations again to all the round 2 future leaders fellows! In case you missed it here are the new videos showing three of our most recent fellows and the link to the page where you can see everyone. Have a great weekend! 👇
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Sadie Watson 23h
gave a wonderful speech this week - stressing the urgent need to embed inclusive behaviour into the research environment. The UKRI mean business - a total of £900m invested in 550 Fellows for research with impact
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Mike Pitts 21h
Congratulations on this award, hard to think of a better person to take on such an important challenge
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Sadie Watson 21h
I will also be working with Barney Sloane , European colleagues at the EAC, our professional body and crucially...the largest project of them all
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Beth Thompson Sep 20
Doing a PhD or postdoc? Any subject 📚💻🎓📊 Anywhere🌏 Things to say about how research is done? Or how we can improve ? Take this survey and share with colleagues to help 👇
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janet miller 23h
This SO important, for our , for and for our sector. Congratulations to Sadie
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MOLA 23h
Here's telling us more about her UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship, announced today: “Measuring, maximising and transforming public benefit from UK Government infrastructure investment in archaeology”
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Dr Emma Dwyer 24h
DELIGHTED for 's own , who has today been announced as one of the new Future Leaders Fellows . Here's Sadie telling us more about her project:
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Sadie Watson 24h
I am pretty proud to be able to announce this Fellowship - huge thanks to and for their support with the process. I am really looking forward to picking all those archaeological brains over the next 4 years - this will be a team effort!
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Ruth Nugent 24h
I am utterly, utterly delighted (and twice amazed!) to have been selected as a UKRI Future Leader's Fellow in Archaeology! SO MUCH more to come and can't wait to get started. Come and find me at the University of Liverpool!
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kirsty grainger 24h
We held an event for all our first cohort event for our Future Leaders Fellows earlier this week. Here are over 100 of our round 1 and round 2 Fellows
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MOLA Sep 20
Replying to @DrSadieWatson
Only 2 archaeologists received funding in this round, and is 1 of only a handful of fellows not part of a university. Other projects will look at everything from reducing genetic birth defects to the origins of life on Earth! Find out more:
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MOLA Sep 20
is a project partner - helping to embed the new guidance into the commercial sector - as are , and Europae Archaeologiae Consilium.
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MOLA Sep 20
Replying to @MOLArchaeology
Currently there is no established way to assess the social impact of investment in archaeology on infrastructure projects (🛤 🛣). Over the next 4 years, Sadie and her research team will create a tool-kit and guidance that will be used to inform future policy and practice.
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MOLA Sep 20
Today announced 78 Future Leaders Fellows & we’re so proud that is one of them! Her project will look at ensuring public spending on archaeology for infrastructure leads to relevant research & community participation:
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Richard Sandell Sep 20
Would £1,000 & mentorship from RCMG help you to develop ideas for a museum project that seeks to bring about social, political or environmental change? Announcing the Activist Museum Award (with heartfelt thanks to Robert Janes) Please RT
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Matthew Sweet Sep 20
Just received the most paradoxically beautiful book from - a lavish collation of Booth’s Poverty Maps, one of the most important data-gathering exercises in British history. Contextual info, repros of Booth’s notes, and a subtle rebuke to modern inequalities.
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Lara Band Sep 19
Eriskay and Glasgow by way of a Box Brownie. Waiting in anticipation, the parcel, the joy, the mild disappointment. A holiday pops up again and lasts a little longer.
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Daniel Pett Sep 19
A collaborative doctoral award with looking at ritual and identity, supervised by and Elenor Betts
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