The AHRC-TORCH Graduate Fund is now open for the 2019-20 academic year. This fund, established in 2014, provides grants, resources and training to graduate students in the humanities who want to design and lead interdisciplinary academic projects.
Funding is available to support conferences (up to £1,500), public engagement with research projects (up to £1,000), and podcasts (up to £500). Applications must be interdisciplinary - that is, made by researchers in two different faculties of the Humanities Division - and at least one of the applicants should be a DPhil student. Awards are made on a competitive basis; all applications are reviewed anonymously by the Student Peer Review College.
To find out more, including details of eligibility and how to apply, see these webpages AND sign up for the information session on Monday 4th November, 3.30pm-5pm.