2019 Data Impact Fellows – applications open

Apologies for cross posting/ this is a fabulous opportunity..

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Are you an early career researcher or analyst in a UK university or UK registered charity? Are you using UK Data Service data in your impactful research and analysis? Apply to be one of our 2019 Data Impact Fellows.

 

The 2019 Data Impact Fellows will join a supportive peer network of Fellows from 2016 and 2017, who will provide encouragement, sharing their experiences and advice on developing data impact.

 

Five 2019 Data Impact Fellowships are offered to the value of £2,000 per Fellow, and the programme will run over two years from May 2019. For the first time, the scheme is open to early career researchers and analysts working in registered UK charities as well as in UK universities.

 

Data Impact Fellows can use the award to cover impactful activity including:

  • collaborating with organisations and communities
  • working with stakeholders or policymakers
  • holding focus groups
  • conference presentation costs

 

We’ll help the Data Impact Fellows promote their work through blogging, becoming a data citation champion, developing impact case studies and enhancing their profile through a range of social media initiatives.

 

You can:

 

Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, the Data Impact Fellows programme aims to provide career development opportunities for researchers and analysts at a relatively early stage in their career in the academic or charity sectors.

 

Find out more and apply here. We look forward to hearing from you.

 

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