Hunterian Associates Programme
Following the success of the first two years, we were delighted to be shortlisted for the Times Higher Education Award 2013 in Outstanding Support for Early Career Researchers. 2014 has been another exciting year for the programme, with 10 new associates working on 9 varied projects. Projects are listed at Hunterian Associates' projects. and were recently presented at our Hunterian Associate Showcase event on 5th November.
To register your interest in the programme for 2015, please contact Ruth Fletcher, Ruth.Fletcher@glasgow.ac.uk
There will be information sessions arranged during December to allow prospective applicants to find out more about the collections (details to follow). Proposals should be submitted by the end of January 2015 using the HAP Application Form 2015
About the Programme
Recognised as a Collection of National Significance to Scotland, The Hunterian provides an inventive platform for postgraduate researchers to share their expert knowledge and to develop their skills through meaningful public engagement and knowledge exchange activities.
By proposing creative ways to present their ideas to the wider public, Hunterian Associates are able to broaden their perspectives on their own research-in-process, seeing the ways in which their topics connect to the collection strategies of past and present, as well as garnering immediate feedback through discussion and debate with a public audience. The Programme encourages Associates to plan their projects to complete by December following their start date.
Projects can take the form of gallery talks and tours, podcasts focusing on particular artefacts, web-based exhibitions, interpretive performance or installation, or any other form that engages with the public effectively.
Through the programme, the cutting-edge research being carried out by postgraduates connects in exciting and unexpected ways with the University’s extensive collections.
contact Ruth Fletcher, Student Engagement Officer, The Hunterian, firstname.lastname@example.org
0141 330 6660